As President Muhammadu Buhari addresses the United Nations General Assembly, his spokesperson, Femi Adesina, believes the world would learn from the Buhari government how to handle an economic slump during a pandemic.
On Monday night, Mr Adesina stated in an interview with Channels TV that some nations attending the summit had yet to recover from the pandemic-induced recession, in contrast to Nigeria.
According to him, Nigeria’s economy “had a GDP increase of 5.01,” and President Buhari was going to show the rest of the world how it was done.
According to the president’s spokesman, his principal “would talk about security.” There were numerous topics on which he would expound, such as the plight of the female child and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Mr Buhari left for New York on Sunday to attend the United Nations General Assembly’s 76th Session, which began on September 14.
The theme for this year’s UNGA is “Building Resilience Through Hope – To Recover from COVID-19, Rebuild Sustainably, Respond to Needs of the Planet, Respect the Rights of People and Revitalize the United Nations.”