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Inside details of Abike Dabiri’s December 2019 meeting with Buhari

The Federal Government has said Nigerians in the Diaspora remitted approximately $25 billion into the national economy last year. Inside details.

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nigerian Diaspora Commission, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, who spoke with State House Correspondents in Abuja also said Commission has started engaging the National Assembly to see to the possibility of Nigerians abroad participating in the country’s future elections.

The Diaspora Commission chief, who said she was at the State House to brief President Muhammadu Buhari on progresses so far made by the Commission since it was inaugurated in May last year, also said a lot of engagements were ongoing as part of plans to give the Commission a sure foundation.

The Federal Government has said Nigerians in the Diaspora remitted approximately $25 billion into the national economy last year.’

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The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nigerian Diaspora Commission, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, who spoke with State House Correspondents in Abuja also said Commission has started engaging the National Assembly to see to the possibility of Nigerians abroad participating in the country’s future elections. Inside details.

The Diaspora Commission chief, who said she was at the State House to brief President Muhammadu Buhari on progresses so far made by the Commission since it was inaugurated in May last year, also said a lot of engagements were ongoing as part of plans to give the Commission a sure foundation.

The Federal Government has said Nigerians in the Diaspora remitted approximately $25 billion into the national economy last year.

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nigerian Diaspora Commission, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, who spoke with State House Correspondents in Abuja also said Commission has started engaging the National Assembly to see to the possibility of Nigerians abroad participating in the country’s future elections.

The Diaspora Commission chief, who said she was at the State House to brief President Muhammadu Buhari on progresses so far made by the Commission since it was inaugurated in May last year, also said a lot of engagements were ongoing as part of plans to give the Commission a sure foundation.

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