We'll Work With Nigeria on the Elections in 2023 - India


India, the world's largest democracy, is eager to work with Nigeria to ensure the success of the general elections in 2023.

Vellamvelly Muraleedharan, the Indian Minister of State for External and Parliamentary Affairs, made this statement on Tuesday at State House in Abuja while being visited by President Muhammadu Buhari.

His participation in the Nigeria-India Business Council took place in Abuja, where he referred to Nigeria as the "hub of our interaction with Africa."

Buhari, according to him, is a "deserving alumnus of our Defense Services College."

Nigeria and India have strong links in commerce, defence, education, and many other areas, according to Muraleedharan, who brought greetings from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

At the Defence Services College in Wellington, Buhari reflected back on his one-year military officer training in India and remembered the trip in 1973.

It was a really positive experience, he said. I spent a year in India at that time and I believe I was a Lt. Colonel. We went and interacted with individuals from other nations. It was incorporated into my military career's success tale.

The president claimed that Indians founded the Nigerian Defense Academy.

He claimed that there was a strong bond between the two nations on the political, political, and security fronts.

According to Buhari, the long-standing connection between Nigeria and India must be strengthened for the sake of both nations.


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