We Need To Re-Establish Nigeria’s Integrity – Buhari

 We Need To Re-Establish Nigeria’s Integrity – Buhari

Buhari-ICAO-1President Muhammadu Buhari has stressed the urgent need to ensure that the potentials of Nigeria are harnessed and used for the good of the country.
Receiving the President of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Dr. Bernard O. Aliyu on Monday at the State House, Abuja, President Buhari said: “Nigeria needs to work on her potentials, so that we don’t remain permanently at the level of potentials.
“A Lot Of Indiscipline”
“If Ethiopia is sustained largely by her airline industry, we have greater potentials here. But we must move out, engage with the rest of the world, as we need to re-establish the integrity of this country. We need to rebuild this country again”.
The President recounted that for the greater part of the last 16 years, oil was sold above $100 per barrel but expressed regret that the nation did not have much to show for it.
“In the First Republic, more enduring infrastructure was built with meagre resources. But in the past 16 years, we made a lot of money without planning for the rainy day.
“We showed a lot of indiscipline in managing our economy, and that is why we are where we are today. But this time round, we’ll do our best.”
The Nigerian-born ICAO President commended President Buhari for strides on anti-corruption and urged President Buhari to pay more attention to development of civil aviation.
“Civil aviation is a catalyst for economic development. The level of aviation development in any country mirrors the economic development of that country,” Dr. Aliyu said.
The ICAO President pledged to support the development of the aviation industry in Nigeria, urging the country to improve on training and capacity development, aviation security, aerodromes and air navigation, runways, control towers, terminal buildings among others.

LTV

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