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Monday, February 22, 2016

President Buhari Off To Saudi Arabia Today With Oil Price Stability High On His Agenda...

President Muhammadu Buhari will begin a week-long official visit to Saudi Arabia and Qatar today Monday, February 22, 2016.




President Buhari, who will be accompanied by a high-powered Federal Government delegation, including the Minister of State (Petroleum) and Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, (NNPC), Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, will first fly to Riyadyh for talks on Tuesday with King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and senior officials of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Ongoing efforts by Nigeria and other members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to achieve greater stability in the price of crude oil exports are expected to be high on the agenda of discussions between President Buhari and the Saudi Monarch.


Crude oil prices and market stability will also be on the front burner when President Buhari goes on to Doha on Saturday for talks on Sunday with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.


The President is also scheduled to meet with leading Saudi and Qatari businessmen in Riyadh and Doha, and invite them to support his administration’s efforts to revamp the Nigerian economy by taking advantage of the great investment opportunities currently available in Nigeria’s mining, agriculture, power supply, infrastructure, transportation, communications and other sectors.

President Buhari’s other engagements in Saudi Arabia include meetings with heads of international financial organisations and multilateral associations.
Before going on to Doha, the President will also visit Medina and Mecca to pray for greater peace, prosperity and progress in Nigeria.


Safe Journey President Bubu and team

62 comments:

  1. Jegede! ! ! Always checking out and in.
    I'm out of here

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    1. Not jegede. Its Andrew.. i'm checking out! Or do u mean Ajala, Ajala travel all over the globe.

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    2. Ajala ni o.








      Jesus is Lord.

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    3. Them put bowless abi wetin dem de call am, for this una president leg sef. Every week he go just stand for plane de wave bye bye for una. Wakawaka president.

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  2. He keeps running away from his responsibilities.
    What a weakling.

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    1. please help me chi in the name of God,, i used grace duo serum for my dark knuckles and it peeled half of my knuckles,, am so crying now please help me,, what do i do? thanks in advance

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    2. please help me chi in the name of God,, i used grace duo serum for my dark knuckles and it peeled half of my knuckles,, am so crying now please help me,, what do i do? thanks in advance

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    3. Use shea butter first, and coconut oil. Let it heal first, then go and seen no more, by avoiding harsh chemicals.

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  3. Is this junketting not too much on his health?
    But if it's to bring better things, no qualms.

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  4. Baba Bubu, the globetrotter. I dey hail O! Wherever next?

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  5. Journey Mercies Sir.

    I pray the Agenda(s) of ur Meetings are met.
    The War against ISIS and its direct effect on Crude Oil products and their falling prices is not a light one but its a war we have to win.As I don't really see wot else we can do to incapacitate ISIS and finally DESTROY the Monster Except what is currently bn done. Find alternative sources of power other Dan Oil.
    It's a tough one but den...

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    1. Mrs Isis and oil price no correlation.

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    2. Useless fool, read what you wrote. Any sense? No!

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    3. Leave her.. she thinks she's mrs politically inclined. Is it ISIS that is making d price of ur crude oil in Nigeria fall? Even if d prices rise do u think d common man will reap its benefit? Honestly d only benefit I see in rising oil prices is dat oil company workers have a pay rise. Is ISIS our presidents responsibility? Have u forgotten we have out own customized version called Bokoharam. Ur president is restless nd has no clue what d common man is passing thru. He is a fraud so stop supporting him blindly abeg. Change.. for the worst

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  6. Always giving gullible Nigerians nonsense reasons to run away from his responsibilities...
    This is what you get when you give an aboki cattle rearer power...

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    1. People like u make naija wat it is.i guess u ar not educated

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    2. What does being educated got to do with what I wrote?....
      Is your Buhari educated??...with all your education,it's an uneducated cattle rearer that can't speak English that is ruling you!...
      Abeg cover your face with shame and smell out of comment...

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    3. @anon 9:15: Oya receive your customised leprosy

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  7. #touristpresident#

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  8. Sai Ka yi Mr President. Goan do watchu do

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  9. Safe trip to our visiting Prez. When will you visit Naija again?

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    1. Irene please help me I used grace duo for my dark knuckles and it peeld half...please help me I don't know what to do anymore... Thanks so much

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    2. Irene please help me I used grace duo for my dark knuckles and it peeld half...please help me I don't know what to do anymore... Thanks so much

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    3. Eyaaah. I'm an illiterate,cream-wise. I am dark,so I don't serum-surf.

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  10. Heheheheheheheehehehhehehehe
    Change indeed!
    Stella, say something naa

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  11. Dis man can waka sha... I hp it works!

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  12. Pmb will soon break objs number on travels during hia time as president.
    This man should also not collect any estacode ooo as he said hes bringing change cos i think a president gets 100k usd every day he spends abroad and 10k usd any time he leaves abuja.

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  13. No be only oil price stability on Buhari's mind.
    Did he truly know anything about economics?
    The dollar won't be N400 if Buhari knows the basics of economics.

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  14. God bless u for this post, giving accurate information is one of criteria of good journalism, I just read abt his trip on a popular blog and all u will say is curse out Buhari with knowing his mission to those countries.

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  15. That's the only thing that makes him drag to become the president.... Wakawaka president. It's now very one understand the kind of change he meant.... Every body were shouting apc... Change without knowing that the change meant is worst.

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  16. Safe journey,our bubu,i trust you but please hurry up and create jobs because I need job seriously,just the way I campaigned for you.

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    1. I can see u r still holding on to ur last thread of support for this man.. u campaigned on an empty stomach nd 1 year after u r still jobless... if u like no go learn work or go into Agric. dey wait make him give u CHANGE. Hahaha conductor president

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  17. Like seriously this man hsnt spent 2wks in Nigeria since he became president. Kai u too wakawaka!

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  18. Mtschew.... not feeling ds man jawe

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  19. why did he not go straight from Egypt?
    All this his travelling shaa....baba Tourism enjoy ohhhh,since u dont have any representative or maybe u dont trust them enough n u can handle the whole problems of Nigeria alone as an EXPERT.

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  20. jorney mercy mr president.
    wishing u a succesful trip.

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  21. Mumu president.....Ode cattle rearer.....Aboki Awusa.

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  22. Wishing him the worst trip, we are dying in hunger here, u are there wishing this weak and old man safe trip, go to market now to buy something even ordinary vegetable leaf which was 50 naira is 100 nd 200 naira now... The worst president i have ever see.

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    1. As in,i wan cry when they sold two small ugu for me for 200naira yesterday.This morning,I bought pure water for 1k. Something I used to buy for 600.

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  23. The ever globetrotting presido Nigeria ever had. Before he completes his four years, the man would have globetrotted all over the world. Please visit Afghanistan next week

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  24. Wahala dey this country oh. This man is really a nomad. Hardly does he ever spend 24 hrs in a place. O na achi nnama as citizens. Yet to see any tangible thing all these waka go yield. This is getting out of hand oh.

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  25. Good,good. I like!

    I am glad that he is meeting with other OPEC countries. Saudi Arabia is the most influential of all the Opec's 12 member country.

    With the stability of oil prices, a lot of things will automatically normalise.



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  26. Please, is Buhari the President or Mr. Tourism???

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  27. Buhari is running from the heat. How do u pple expect him to survive this heat with this agbada that he is always wearing. The guy dey go abroad go take breeze cos d heat in this country fit boil egg. Carry on bubu, nothing do you.. Abeg bubu, i fit join you on your next trip?

    Oil meeting ke, banga meeting ni
    Change has come oo

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  28. My sister @Linda Eze, we also had PhD holder that watched his men loot us to stupor. What we are witnessing today is due to Jonathan's failure to manage our resource with his fellow looters. When crude oil was $110, tell me what he (Jonathan) achieved with those fund apart from embezzlement? Dollar crises started going up during last campaign when politicians were rushing foreign currencies should incase Nigeria break after election.

    It's only painful a corrupt government who looted our economy dry had exchange rate at 150naira per $ while a government who is trying to clean up their mess is seeing exchange rate at 400 per $. It means corruption is the only way out for our country with current situation.
    As we have it so bad now is due to PhD holder cluelessness, YES we shall all continue to call him out as he was clueless and looted our common wealth with his gang of looters with impunity. PhD president did not look like someone who throughly did research as part of his thesis if he did, he surely be smarter than what Nigerians witnessed during his time.

    My only take in all the drama going on with our economy is that our politicians are all clueless, including PMB. They are all interested in ruling a huge country called Nigeria but everyone failed to do their proper home work before hand. PMB is already acting like another clueless president with the way he is handling our economic situation. Yes his corruption approach is a welcome one and i give it to him then again, you can not fight corruption while economic situation is getting worst. I am yet to witness the active work of his ministers after 3months. What happened to light,fuel,exchange rate? Current CBN Governors policies are not working. CBN governor need to be shown the way out, he is a PDP man and will frustate your policies.
    PMB need to stay at home and assemble economic team from all sectors to salvage the situation. Oyibo/Arabs are not interested investing in a country with bad economic situation no investor will do so. It is left for we Nigerians to do it ourselves by embarking on local production reduce importation.
    PMB should have been aware of the mess he is getting into if he was prepared with his team because when one is prepared,one knows how to tackle issues and foresee the future.
    This same problem caught across all government sectors, governors are even the worst. Most of them are only interested in being governors but do not have road map on how to achieve good governance before election reasons, they end up loading their pockets with cash within the first 3 years.
    PMB is a strong leader, am happy we have a change in government seeing Dasuki and Dezani case but same time he need to raise up to Nigeria new challenges, now is not the era of 1983.

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    1. Hahahahahaha...It's only your 3rd paragraph that I saw...
      But enough of the blame game on Jonathan...let's focus on the present!...
      Thank God you are not following Buhari blindly,..I like you for that..you will always be my boo here and am not gonna drag you with anybody not even Ezenwanyi!...

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    2. LOL funny you@Linda. We always have to keep it real with our leaders Nigeria belong to all of us. I do not do sentiment, i'm after good governance.

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    3. After one year, una still de blame jonathan lmao

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  29. This his journey was explained better
    At least we have a detailed reason for his trip
    May his meetings be successful
    But sometimes I think some of his trips should be handled by the minister of foreign affairs, tourism, finance and petroleum. This people would have better view to such matters and would help us save money.

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    1. Exactly that is why we have ministers,the man sure likes travelling

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  30. The only visiting President .....

    #change has overtaken us

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