President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly stated that the competitiveness which Nigerians display abroad is a result of the good education they acquired before travelling out of the country.
This is as he urged Nigerians in Diaspora to always abide by the rules of their host countries.
The President reportedly made this known when he met with the Minister of State Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Shaikh Shakboot Alnahyan, at the sidelines of the Paris Peace Forum on Friday.
According to him, “Nigerians are all over the place, very competitive. And the competitiveness starts from home, where they have acquired a good education, gone into businesses, and then take all that abroad.”
The President reportedly urged Nigerians abroad to “subject themselves to the rules and standards of the country in which they live either as working class, or doing businesses.”