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Buhari leaves Nigeria for Niger Republic

Buhari departs Nigeria for Niger Republic

President Buhari this afternoon of November 24 left Abuja for the Republic of Niger the place he’ll attend an African Union (AU) summit.

An announcement launched by Presidential Spokesperson Garba Shehu says the President will attend the “African Union Summit on Industrialization and Financial Diversification, in addition to the Particular Session on the Continental Free Commerce Space Africa (AfCFTA),” the assertion learn.

“The President may even attend the launch of the French model of the e-book entitled ‘Muhammad Buhari: The Challenges of Management in Nigeria’, in addition to the inauguration of ‘Muhammadu Buhari Boulevard’, named after him by the Authorities of the Republic. from Nigeria.

The naming of the Boulevard and the launch of the French model of the E book, written by John Paden, professor of worldwide research at George Mason College, in northern Virginia, in the US, precedes the Summit of the AU of Friday, November 25, 2022.

President Buhari is predicted to ship his nationwide assertion on the African Union Summit on Industrialization and Financial Diversification, below the theme “Industrialization of Africa: Renewed Dedication to Inclusive Industrialization and Financial Diversification and sustainable”.

The Excessive-Stage Summit, held as a part of the annual Africa Industrialization Week commemorative actions, is predicted to undertake a declaration highlighting the significance of industrialization and financial transformation on the continent and learn how to progress on this regard.

Among the many president’s entourage are Geoffrey Onyeama, overseas minister; Bashir Magashi, Minister of Protection; Adeniyi Adebayo, Minister of Trade, Commerce and Funding; Zainab Ahmed, Minister of Finance; Babagana Monguno, Nationwide Safety Advisor; and Ahmed Abubakar, director basic of the Nationwide Intelligence Company.

President Buhari is predicted to return to the nation on Friday, November 25.

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