President Muhammadu Buhari today at the State House received the Indian Vice President, Mohammad Ansari, who flew into Nigeria yesterday with his wife.
While welcoming him, the President said Nigeria had over the years benefited from the cooperation of the Asian country in trade and investment, agriculture, technology and the fight against terrorism. He also said Nigeria will continue to expand its relationship with India in the areas of health, education, agriculture, technology and trade.
Mr Buhari welcomed the proposed investment of $5 billion in the Nigerian economy by the business
delegation that accompanied the Vice President, while noting that India had already invested $10 billion in the Nigerian economy.