The NIDCOM Boss also informed the delegation that about 34 States out of 36 and Abuja have appointed Diaspora State Focal Point Officers as FRONTLINERS as they engage with Nigerians in Diaspora from their respective states.
In the same vein, the Anambra State Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs,
Culture and tourism Dr. Christian Madubuko said the purpose of the
visit was to strategize on how they can work together and improve Tourism in Anambra State. He said Anambra State has a lot of tourist attractions like the unique Waterfall, the Ogbunike Cave and lots more which are very significant but needed to be developed to International standards.
NIDCOM was a sure way to maximizing investment portfolio for the State and Nigeria. Dr Madubuko also disclosed that through NIDCOM, Anambra state was working with her citizens in the Diaspora to help in mitigating the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic.Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa and Dr. Christian Madubuko also agreed to work on the issue of data massaging (mapping) for accurate and reliable figures of Nigerians in the Diaspora.
The NIDCOM Boss urged the Diaspora Affairs Commissioner to always interface with Nigerians abroad to be good Ambassadors of their Country, Nigeria.