Nigeria’s ruling party, the All Progressive Congress (APC) has sought more collaboration with the Communist Party of China for the mutual benefit of both countries.
Mr John Akpanudoedehe, National Secretary, Caretaker Committee of the APC, said this on Monday, at a meeting between the two political parties in Abuja.
“Electricity is one of the most important infrastructures all over the world and one of the needed ones in Nigeria.
“China has the technology for solar power, pharmaceutical development and it has industrial and electrical appliances which Nigeria has benefited from.
“We also believe that there should be some form of programme for technology transfer that will teach Nigeria how to maximise technology.
“There should also be exchange programmes between the universities of our different countries for mutual benefit,” Akpanudoedehe said.
In his remarks, Cui Jianchun, the Ambassador of the Peoples Republic of China to Nigeria, said the Communist part of China (CPC) was ready to collaborate with Nigeria’s All Progressive Party (APC) to deepen relations.
According to him, after the COVID-19, there are three sectors to deepen relations between the two country and parties; Salt exchange, Human Resources and Security.
According to him, China has a lot of policy programmes it will like to share with Nigeria.
“I will like to mention, we can build a secured society; the Chinese and its CPC leadership have achieved this.