Abuja - As the United Nation’s General Assembly week kicked off in New York on Monday, President Goodluck Jonathan met with experts to review progress on various projects in the country.
Jonathan spent hours reviewing the progress made on polio in the country, the gatesnotes reports.
Nigeria had 43 confirmed cases of polio up until August 2013, a 50 percent drop from the previous year, experts said at the meeting.
The meeting will also address the progress of a partnership with Brazil to aid farmers in the Cerrado region to produce larger yields to benefit the country’s emerging economy.
Read more at the gatesnotes.