Muhammadu Buhari has said his administration will always uphold the sanctity of the rule of law in governing the country, while assuring German Chancellor Angel Merkel that all agreements will be fully respected.
President Buhari told Chancellor Merkel, who was accompanied by top government officials and a business delegation, that the rule of law embodied all the rightful mechanisms for conflict resolution, both within the country and in dealing with all foreign partners.
He assured that his administration would remain focused on delivering a peaceful, economically viable and politically stable polity to all Nigerians.
He said Nigeria remained grateful to the German government for the fair treatment of migrants.
According to him, Nigeria looks forward to improving its trade figures with Germany, which had taken strong interest in investing in the country.
The president also lauded Germany for supporting Nigeria in providing effective services in security, education and creation of jobs.
He revealed that his administration instituted reforms in the economy to make it more internationally attractive and business friendly for investors.
He further noted that infrastructure development had been a priority, especially in power supply, road and rail constructions.
President Buhari said the economy was already responding to the diversification, reforms and the stimulus of the government as growth was now largely driven by the non-oil sector.
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