President Bola Tinubu has met with Nigerians in Paris after attending the Global Financing Pact Summit in France.
He assured Nigerians of repositioning the education and health sectors, while the ongoing reforms on the economy will be sustained and expanded.
The President said he would do so with a view to relieving families struggling with the burden of poverty and insecurity.
The Nigerian leader said more creative and innovative policies will be unfolded and implemented in areas that directly impact the livelihood of Nigerians, like electricity sports and energy.
Nigeria’s Ambassador to France, Kayode Laro, thanked the President for accepting the proposal for the meeting with Nigerians on short notice and tight schedule, while the Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa introduced some of the experts in France
The members of the Nigerian community living in France praised President Tinubu for taking bold, decisive and visionary steps in fixing the economy.
Prof Emmanuel Iga, Abiodun Odunuga, Anino Elawa and many others commended the President for the great steps taken in three weeks to reposition the economy.
Nigerians at the event assured President Tinubu of their full support for his progressive ideas.
This is his first presidential diaspora engagement in Paris, France