First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu, has canvassed a world where terrorism, along with its severe impact on society, is effectively combated. THE GUARDIAN reportsJAMB Portal
She said the world must not only draw strength from the sacrifice of those serving the cause of peace but recommit to the values of unity, understanding, and cooperation that the UN represents.JAMB Result
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At the ceremony, Mrs. Tinubu was joined by the Under Secretary General of UN, Office of Counterterrorism, Valdimir Voronkov, who harped on the need for solidarity and support for victims of terrorism across the world, as terrorism continues to threaten peace and security, leaving in its trail hundreds of thousands of victims and survivors.
He said: “Nigeria knows the consequences of terrorism within and around its borders too well. Indeed, parts of Africa have experienced the highest impact of terrorism for many years.informationguidenigeria
“The UN itself is not immune from terrorism. Two weeks ago, we marked the 20th anniversary of the devastating attack on Canal Hotel in Baghdad, Iraq, on August 19, 2003.”
The solemn and brief wreath-laying was witnessed by heads of some of the UN agencies in Nigeria.
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