President Joe Biden and President Bola Tinubu had a meeting during the G20 summit in New Delhi, India.
The two leaders met to reaffirm their steadfast commitment to the connection between the United States and Nigeria as well as the longtime affinity between our two nations and peoples, according to a statement posted on the US government website.
News.ng had reported that President Tinubu visited India on a special invitation by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a roundtable Nigeria-India economic partnership.
This medium had reported that Nigeria has received about $14 billion from the G-20 Summit Indian-Nigerian economic partnership.
President Biden praised the measures taken by the Tinubu administration to restructure Nigeria’s economy.
Additionally, he complimented President Tinubu for his steadfast leadership in upholding democracy and the rule of law in Niger and the larger region as the head of the Economic Community of West African States.
The G20 Summit’s invitation to Nigeria is a sign of the country’s acknowledgement of its significant global position as Africa’s largest democracy and economy.