Nigeria, Ethiopia To Strengthen Bilateral Relations
L- R Sen. Esther Nenadi Usman, The Senate President, David Mark, Ethiopian Ambassador To Nigeria Ali Abdo Suleman And The Chairman Senate Committee On Foreign Affair Sen. Mathew Ifeanyi Nwagwu During The Ambassador Courtesy Call To The National Assembly, Yesterday.
President of the Senate, Senator David Mark and the Ethiopian Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Ali Abdo Suliman have pledged their nation’s preparedness to improve and sustain bilateral cooperation between the two countries for the good of both nations.
Paul Mumeh,chief press secretary to the president of the senate said both leaders spoke in Abuja yesterday when the Ambassador paid a courtesy call on the President of the Senate.
Senator Mark noted that Nigeria and Ethiopia have had a long standing relationship that needed to be oiled and improved upon for mutual benefits to the cooperating parties.
He was pleased that Ethiopian Airline has continued to boost the economy of the East African country saying that it is a good example that Africans can manage their affairs given the right atmosphere.
Senator Mark extended invitation to the parliament of Ethiopia for cooperation and exchange of programmes that would improve the quality of law making in Africa.
Earlier, the Ethiopian Ambassador called for mutual cooperation between his country and Nigeria to improve the economic benefits just as he urged Nigerian investors to take advantage of the favorable economic environment to invest in the country.
Suliman promised to work hard to improve the economic and cultural relationship between Ethiopia and Nigeria.