His Excellency President Bola Ahmed Tinubu made his first powerful outing at the United Nations General Assembly where he delivered his speech to the 78th United Nations General Assembly in New York.
He equally urged established economies to furnish more public and private sector investment in Africa's preferred climate change projects and industries as well as poverty alleviation.
His Excellency President Bola Ahmed Tinubu called the World Leaders attention to Nigeria's eagerness for business, likewise challenged the willingness of the world to engage in mutually beneficial economic partnerships with Africa, enclosing direct investments, export opportunities, and debt relief.
The President spoke of the significance of building political conformity around climate change by emphasizing on actions that will benefit both the economy and the environment, such as local water management and irrigation projects.
He ended his Debate session with a strategic assertion that Africa is not a continent to be avoided or pitied but that Africa is the key to the world’s future.