Bola Tinubu took the stage at the G20 Investment Summit and the Compact with Africa Conference held in Berlin, Germany.
The Nigerian President traveled to Berlin on Saturday, November 18, aiming to attract investments in energy, infrastructure, and bolster trade, as confirmed by his office.
The conference, under the stewardship of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, concentrates on fostering economic and business collaborations between African nations and G20 countries, according to spokesperson Ajuri Ngelale’s statement.
During his address, President Buhari emphasized Nigeria’s readiness for investment: “I’ve reiterated on numerous occasions that Nigeria is primed for business. We’ve experienced transformative growth and have consistently held democratic elections since 1999, seamlessly transitioning between governments and political parties.”
He continued, “Nigeria stands as a beacon of civil democracy. Since assuming office in May this year, we’ve initiated transformative reforms. We’re steadfastly removing barriers obstructing our business environment.”
Highlighting their commitment, he said, “We’re steering our economy based on the tenets of good governance. With the largest population and the most robust economy in Africa, we are reshaping our nation to welcome foreign investors.