‘’We have a lot to share, and lot to contribute in the fight against terrorism. What Nigeria is facing today, Pakistan has been fighting it for the past 20 years. I think it is a common challenge, and we are hopeful that Nigeria will conquer its challenges,” the envoy said.
He expressed satisfaction on the level of relationship in terms of military training and education, stressing that Nigeria and Pakistan have a lot to share and contribute towards the development of the two countries.
“Pakistan and Nigeria are two nations logically and socially close to each other, and even ideologically, they share lots of ideas. Historically, in the 70s, 80s and 90s, Nigeria and Pakistan have a very close relationship in terms of agriculture, medicine, education, among others, and today, we do remember those teachers of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry.
Source: Leadership / Tunde Oguntola