30 Nigerian students to study China’s high-speed trains

Thirty Nigerian students studying at the Chang’an University, China, are reportedly learning the secret of China’s high-speed trains.
The 30 students visited the train stations last Friday to learn the secret of China’s high-speed trains.
The students, according to the NAN, reportedly visited China’s high-speed railway training base, in Xi’an, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province recently.
According to Xinhua, a news platform in China, the Nigerian students visited the innovation workshop and train maintenance plant on last Friday.
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari, during an interactive session with the Nigerian community in China on Sunday, met with some of the students present at the meeting.
Buhari, who was in China to attend the Forum on ChinaAfrica Cooperation (FOCAC) summit which held from September 3-4, 2018, met the Nigerian community in China at the Nigerian Embassy in Beijing.
Recall that in August, a final year student at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Anthony Ekwensi has reportedly emerged as the African champion at the 17th Chinese Bridge Language Proficiency Competition for foreign students in China.

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