President MUHAMMADU BUHARI has said his administration remains committed to realizing the key priorities of securing the country, fighting corruption, and salvaging the economy in spite of current challenges.
Receiving the Letter of Credence of the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. WILLIAM STUART SYMINGTON, at the State House, President BUHARI said the security situation in the North East had improved significantly following support in training of the military and supply of hardware after the G-7 meeting in Germany in 2015.
The President said the target of reversing the ‘‘culture of corruption’’ in the country had received support from Nigerians, with many realizing the depth of damage done by some previous administrations from the ongoing investigations and prosecutions.
In his remarks, the U.S ambassador, SYMINGTON said their interest in the well-being of Nigeria was of mutual benefit.
President BUHARI also received Letter of Credence from the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco, Mr. MOHA OUALI TAGMA, assuring him of Nigeria’s willingness to improve bilateral relations between the countries.