- US President Joe Biden has disclosed this plans for Nigeria under the administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu
- Biden revealed that he looks forward to working with President Tinubu to further deepen the partnership between both countries
- He made this known in a statement issued on Monday, May 29, adding that Nigeria’s success is the world’s success
Washington DC, US - President Joe Biden of the United States (US) has sent his best wishes to Nigeria's new government as he unveils his plans for Nigeria under President Bola Tinubu’s administration.
Biden disclosed that he looks forward to working with President Tinubu to support economic growth and advance security between the two nations.
According to the U.S. Mission to Nigeria, @USin Nigeria on Twitter, the US President, in a statement issued on Monday, May 29, said:
“On behalf of the people of the United States, I send warm wishes to the government and people of Nigeria as they inaugurate a new President.
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"My administration has worked to strengthen ties between the United States and Nigeria, and I look forward to continuing this work with President Tinubu to support economic growth, advance security, and promote respect for human rights.”
Deepen US partnership with Nigeria
Speaking on the US partnership with Nigeria, Biden stated that his administration will strengthen its partnership with Nigeria.
He described Nigeria as “Africa’s largest democracy and economy, " adding, "Nigeria’s success is the world’s success.”
The US President's words:
“The people-to-people connections between our two countries run particularly deep, nurtured by a vibrant Nigerian Diaspora in the United States. As we further deepen our partnership with Nigeria, I look forward to drawing even more on the ideas and energy of this dynamic connection between our countries.
"As Africa’s largest democracy and economy, Nigeria’s success is the world’s success. Elected leaders owe it to their people to show that democracy can deliver for their needs. And the United States will continue to work closely with Nigeria, as a friend and partner, to deliver a more peaceful and prosperous future for our world.”
May 29: Photos emerge as Presidents, US and Canadian delegations arrive for Tinubu’s Inauguration
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, has experienced an influx of presidents, diplomats, and heads of international organisations as the country prepares for the inauguration of President-elect Bola Tinubu today, Monday, May 29, at the Eagles.
The United States Mission Nigeria, on Sunday, May 28, via its Twitter handle @USinNigeria, announced the arrival of the United States delegation led by the US Secretary for Housing, Secretary Marcia Fudge, at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.