- President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday, October 23, departed Abuja for Seoul, South Korea to participate in the First World Bio Summit, 2022
- Femi Adesina, the president’s spokesman, confirmed the development through a statement issued on Saturday in Abuja
- Meanwhile, Adesina noted that Nigeria was invited to the summit based on her selection with five other African countries by WHO and the European Union (EU)
President Muhammadu Buhari, on Tuesday, October 25, attended the opening ceremony of the first World Bio Summit in Seoul, South Korea.
Buhari and his delegation arrived in South Korea on Monday, October 24.
The personal assistant to the president on broadcast media, Buhari Sallau, disclosed this via his Facebook page on Tuesday, sharing photos of his principal at the opening ceremony.
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"President Muhammadu Buhari participates at the Programme of Opening Ceremony of the First World Bio Summit in Seoul South Korea on 25th Oct 2022.
"President Buhari with President Yoon Suk-Yeol of South Korea and other participants during the Programme of Opening Ceremony of the First World Bio Summit in Seoul South Korea, on 25th Oct 2022."
Nigerians took to the Facebook page of Legit.ng and reacted to the development.
Galazie Emmanuel wrote:
"Always attending events that he knows nothing about."
Rosemary Nwachukwu noted:
"Always traveling to other better country!
"Why our country is collapsing
Nnachi Gideon queried:
"Abeg what did he tell them about Nigeria?
President Buhari lands in top Asian country ahead of important summit
AIT online reports that the President arrived for the summit jointly organised by the government of South Korea and the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The two-day Summit which would be taking place between October 25-26 is themed, 'The Future of Vaccine and Bio-Health'.
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Nigerian citizens should get ready for the unveiling and commencement of the national carrier, Nigeria Air.
This was the promise of President Muhammadu Buhari during the 3rd Ministerial Performance Review Retreat held in Abuja.
At the retreat, the Nigerian leader disclosed that the national carrier for the country is at 91% completion.