President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday sought working cooperation with the United States (US) President, Joe Biden. The Nigerian president had stated that his government is ready to work with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, expressing hopes that a strong point of cooperation and support for Nigeria as well as the African continent will be marked.
Biden and Kamala were administered oath of office on Wednesday.
President Buhari in a statement his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, congratulated the President Biden and Americans on the successful transition, which, he said marked an important historical inflection point for democracy as a system of government and for the global community as a whole.
Buhari had declared: “We look forward to the Biden presidency with great hope and optimism for the strengthening of existing cordial relationships, working together to tackle global terrorism, climate change, poverty and improvement of economic ties, and expansion of trade.
“We hope that this will be an era of great positivity between our two nations, as we jointly address issues of mutual interest.”
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