UAE Drums Support for Nigeria in Fighting Poverty and Others

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has conveyed its readiness to collaborate with the federal government to address humanitarian and poverty-related challenges in Nigeria.
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The UAE expressed this commitment while also commending the efforts of President Bola Tinubu in this regard.

The UAE Ambassador to Nigeria, Salem Saeed Al Shamsi, delivered this message during a visit to the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation in Abuja.

Leading a delegation from the embassy and the Noor Dubai Foundation, the Ambassador explained the UAE's willingness to join forces with Nigeria to tackle these pressing issues.

The statement reads, “The Envoy who described  the relationship between his country and Nigeria as symbiotic, said; “Nigeria remains a strong ally of UAE and we would continue to partner with Nigeria in key areas like humanitarian aid, job creation, Nutrition, health care development and poverty alleviation,”the statement said.

“Responding, the Minister for Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr Betta Edu, applauded the government and people of the United Arab Emirates for their timely interventions in critical sectors in Nigeria. The Minister specifically thanked the Ambassador and his team for taking steps to support Nigeria in many ways. She noted that the President has a great plan to eradicate Poverty under his 8 point agenda and has begun full implementation as such it is important that the identify areas to collaborate for the good of Nigerians

“Also Speaking, the CEO of  Noor Dubai Foundation, Dr Manal Taryam, said the Foundation has been on humanitarian-related interventions including an eye treatment program which commenced with Katsina State while lagos and Abuja will soon be launched. She said the Dubai foundation has over several areas, which directly links to the ministry’s mandate and will be happy to support.

“Present at the meeting was the SSA to the President on Community Engagement SW Hon Moremi ojodu and the SSA on school feeding Hon Yetunde. Amongst others."

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