President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said Nigerian economy under his watch was looking good.
He, however, promised his administration’s commitment to making it better.
According to a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, the President spoke while receiving the new Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark to Nigeria, Mr. Jesper Kamp, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
“The Nigerian economy is looking good and we look forward to making it better,” the President told the Danish Ambassador after receiving his Letter of Credence.
Buhari said Nigeria welcomed further strengthening of relations with countries, especially in the areas of agriculture and trade.
He told the Danish Ambassador that he was pleased that relations between Nigeria and Denmark have remained strong.
He, however, admitted that in the economic sphere, there is still some more work to be done.
The President also received Letters of Credence from the new High Commissioner of Pakistan to Nigeria, Maj.-Gen. Waqar Kingravi (retd.); the new Ambassador of Senegal to Nigeria, Mr. Babacar Ndiaye; and the new Ambassador of Belarus to Nigeria, Mr. Vyacheslav Beskosky.
He told them that Nigeria valued the existing cordial and friendly relations with their countries.
The President described the long-standing military cooperation between Nigeria and Pakistan as very commendable and beneficial to both countries.