Tobi Soniyi in Abuja
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday pledged in Abuja that Nigeria would continue to meet all its obligations to the ECOWAS Commission.
Receiving the new President of the Commission, Mr Marcel Alain de Souza, at the Presidential Villa, Buhari assured him that Nigeria would go on playing its leadership role in ECOWAS.
The president told Mr de Souza that the Federal Government would also strive to show a good example to others by meeting all its financial obligations to the sub-regional organisation.
Mr de Souza commended President Buhari for Nigeria’s recent successes in the war against terrorism and insurgency.
He noted that with terrorist attacks spreading to countries like Mali, Burkina Faso, Cote D’Ivoire and others, security had to be accorded more priority by ECOWAS.
“Without security, there can’t be development and progress,” the new ECOWAS Commission President stressed.
FURTHER DETAILS LATER