What APC Woman Leader told delegates at Beijing Conference

Hajiya (Dr.) Ramatu Tijani Aliyu with global delegates from India, Cyprus, Cambodia, Sri Lanka and numerous other nations at the ICAPP Conference in Beinjing, China.

The
possibility of a win-win relationship in the economic future of Nigeria-China
relations of the 21st century was re-emphasized penultimate Thursday
October 15 in far away Beijing, capital city of People
s Republic
of China during a Special 3 days Conference on the objectives of the
Silk Road project
for a dynamic Afro-Asian relationship which held between Wednesday October 14th
and Thursday October 16th, 2015.

Famous
Indian Bharatiya Janata Party Leader & Paliamentarian Honorable
Shri Vijay Jolly Presents a Special Honorary Award to Hajiya (Dr.)
Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu of CAPP & APC


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The Summit
which held under the auspices of International Conference of Asian Political
Parties (ICAPP) at her 25th Standing Committee Meeting in Beijing is
a re-awakening process for major governments and political parties who drive
the socio-economic policies in the relevant regions of the world.
The
conference which was themed
New Vision of the Silk Road: Action for Common
Development
explored issues of political leadership, economic integration,
cultural bond and new impetus for emerging economies which are all ingredients
of a successful regional economic development. The event brought to the fore
once more, the role of China as an emerging world power in Afro-Asian diplomacy
and that of Nigeria as the center-piece a prosperous Afro-Asian economic
revival.

L-R;
Hajiya (Dr.) Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu (CAPP President), Dr. Ali Nafie (CAPP
Secretary General) with Vice President of China’s People’s Congress,
Madam Shain WeihWeih with offials

In her
presentation during an interactive session at the Summit, the President of
Council of African Political Parties (CAPP) Women wing; and National Woman
Leader of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) Hajiya (Dr.) Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu noted that the introduction of
the One Belt, One Road development plan by China was a great direction in a new
world of economic Cooperation among nations.
She further
highlighted the diplomatic benefits of the Silk Road initiatives in her
presentation.
Nonetheless, the project could enhance a people-to-people
cultural exchange, and mutual learning among the peoples of the relevant
countries, and enable them to understand, trust and respect each other and live
in harmony, peace and prosperity
.
Dr. Aliyu who is a Doctorate Degree holder
from Commonwealth University, UK said the project couldn
t have come
at a better time like this when the world is facing a plethora of problems in
various strata of the global economic chain.

L-R;
Vice President of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Li Yuanchao,
Indian Parliamentarian & Leader of BJP Party, Hon. Vijay Jolly with
CAPP President, Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu

She however
enthused that Africa remains a willing partner in progress and that the
countries along the Belt will definitely benefit immensely from what Africa,
and indeed the APC led government of Nigeria has to offer. These range from not
only natural resource-extractive commodities, agricultural goods such as
cotton, Cocoa and other traditional African exports, but also, diversified,
nontraditional exports such as processed commodities, light manufactured
products, house-hold consumer goods, food, and tourism

President,Conference
of African Political Parties Hajiya (Dr.) Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu with
Secretary General of CAPP Dr. Ali Nafie at the ICAPP Conference in
Beijing, China

Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu equally
noted the importance of women in global economic development as well as the
development of her country, Nigeria and her continent, Africa. She went ahead
to commend the President and Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces of Nigeria,
President Muhammad Buhari for having
the foresight to give six portfolios to the women folk in his incoming cabinet.
She said the decision to give women roles to play in the new cabinet is a
reflection of a gender friendly government.   

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