“I wish to reassure that Nigerian Government will continue to work with South African Government” – Onyeama
The Nigerian government has reassured the Republic of South Africa that it will keep strengthening the bilateral relationship between the two countries. Information Guide Nigeria
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Geoffrey Onyeama, said this yesterday at the Ministerial Meeting of the 10th Nigeria-South Africa Bi-National Commission in Abuja. THE GUARDIAN reports.
Onyeama added that he was hopeful that the just-concluded meeting would help the implementation of all signed MoUs/Agreements between both countries.
“I look forward to the implementation stage of all signed MoUs/agreements between the two countries”.
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“While the formal part of this meeting ends today, I hope that this visit will add some practical insight to the discussions you have had”. jamb results
“I wish to reassure that Nigerian Government will continue to work with South African Government towards advancing the cooperation between the two countries for the benefit of our citizens’.
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