Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo says he places high value on the virtues of integrity, transparency and social justice.
According to a statement from Osinbajo’s spokesman, Laolu Akande, the vice-president said this when he interacted with a group of Harvard Business School students who visited him at the Presidential Villa.
The students, currently on an African excursion, asked questions about leadership, faith, spirituality, government policies in education, health, economy, and national image, among others.
Osinbajo said that the virtues of integrity, transparency and social justice were also exhorted in the different faiths and religions in the country.
On the perception on Nigeria in the international community, Osinbajo said that it was in understanding the size of Nigeria that the international community could better appreciate the enormity and complexity of some of the country’s challenges.