Nigeria can consider importing medicines from Bangladesh
22 February 2015, Nirapad News: President Abdul Hamid on Sunday said Nigeria can consider importing medicine from Bangladesh at a competitive price and its thriving pharmaceutical industry is now exporting quality drugs to a number of countries in the world.
“Bangladesh has a thriving pharmaceutical industry and is now exporting quality medicine to about 73 countries,” the President said when High Commissioner of Nigeria to Bangladesh Ndubuisi V Amaku made a farewell call on him at Bangabhaban, President’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim told the press quoting the meeting.
During the meeting, the President also said Nigeria can also import knitwear, cement, jute, jute goods, ceramic ware and leather products from Bangladesh at competitive prices.
The President expressed his satisfaction at the present state of relations between Bangladesh and Nigeria. Ndubuisi V Amaku apprised the President that there are Nigerian students studying in Bangladesh. He also said that agriculture and IT are the sectors where cooperation can be taken place between Bangladesh and Nigeria. Finally he thanked President Abdul Hamid for extending cooperation in discharging his duties.