Tinubu meets Mark Rutte, Pushes for Stronger Ties Between Nigeria and Netherlands (Photos)

By Chris Udochukwu

ABUJA – The president of most populous black nation, Nigeria, Bola Tinubu on Thursday held a meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Dutch businessmen where he pushed for stronger bilateral ties between Nigeria and the Netherlands.

Precise Post gathered that during the meeting, Tinubu stressed on the need for both countries to explore more creative channels of collaboration, be it is through partnerships, joint ventures, or strategic alliances in order to build bridges that connect markets and facilitate the flow of goods, services, ideas and peoples.

Disclosing this in a statement released via his verified X account @aonanuga1956, Bayo Onanuga hinted that president Tinubu administration is executing business friendly reforms, such as encouraging transparency in the Forex market and the CBN providing the necessary window to allow foreign companies repatriate their profits.

The statement reads in full:

President Bola Tinubu at a meeting today with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Dutch businessmen pushed for stronger ties between Nigeria and the Netherlands.

He said both countries must explore more creative channels of collaboration, whether it is through partnerships, joint ventures, or strategic alliances in order to build bridges that connect markets and facilitate the flow of goods, services, ideas and peoples.

He said his administration is executing business friendly reforms, such as encouraging transparency in the Forex market and the CBN providing the necessary window to allow foreign companies repatriate their profits.

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