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President of Nigeria, Buhari Celebrates 50 Years Of Nigeria-China Diplomatic Relations

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President of Nigeria, Buhari Celebrates 50 Years Of Nigeria-China Diplomatic Relations

President Xi Jinping
People’s Republic of China,
Beijing, China. 28th January, 2021

LETTER OF FELICITATIONS

“It is now 50 years since the establishment of Nigeria-China diplomatic relations, and I am delighted that the bilateral ties have achieved far reaching and fruitful results, on the basis of close coordination and mutual trust, bringing great benefits to our countries and peoples.

“As celebrations of the Chinese Year of the Ox by all Chinese across the world commence on February 12th this year, on behalf of the Government and people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, I use this opportunity to extend my warmest and most sincere greetings and wishes to you and the Chinese people for a promising and auspicious Lunar New Year.

Nigeria is very satisfied with the progress of bilateral relations, and we thank China for its support to us in various ways; in building of rail, road, power, defence, and many other areas.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, China has been working with Nigeria and other African countries to safeguard the lives and health of our citizens, adding new dimensions to our friendship. We acknowledge that Chinese support tremendously strengthened our effort against the pandemic.

In recent years, Nigeria and China have also witnessed steady development of their strategic partnership. In the face of significant challenges faced by international community, the two sides are upholding a common position of preserving multilateralism, not interfering in other countries’ internal affairs and safeguarding common interest of developing countries.

This year is vital for China-Nigeria relations. The FOCAC has become a model of mutually beneficial cooperation between Nigeria and China, as well as between Africa and China. Nigeria is ready to work with China to make the new session of FOCAC this year a success.
Please accept Your Excellency, the assurances of my highest regards.

Yours sincerely,
Muhammadu Buhari

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Mark It On The Wall: A Woman Will Succeed Buhari As President In 2023 – Zainab Marwa Makes A Bold Prophecy

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Mark It On The Wall, She Is Next: A Woman May Succeed Buhari In 2023 - Zainab Marwa Makes A Bold Prophecy

The president and founder of the Aspire Women Forum, Barrister Zainab Marwa-Abubakar, said that it remains a possibility for a woman to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.

She said this on Sunday, in Abuja, during a women’s stakeholder meeting as part of this year’s International Women’s Day.

“As 2023 draws near, I believe that women are going to take their rightful place as leaders, policymakers and decision-makers in this power play.

“Right now, we have not come together quite yet to choose a woman that would succeed His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari. But why not? Anything can happen, anything is possible, but with time to come,” she said while responding to a question on the possibility of a woman emerging as president in the 2023 elections.

She added, “You (women) must educate yourselves, especially for the fact that all politics is local. So, you must go to your locality, and align yourselves with a political party.’

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‘Handsome’ Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo Celebrates His 64 Birthday Today – Photos

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Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo Is 64 Today
Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo is blessed with a new age as he celebrates his 64 birthday today. 
 
The handsome political figure of Nigeria is loved and cherished by many, and it remains our privilege at GhanaCNN to celebrate him. 
 
Oluyemi Oluleke “Yemi” Osinbajo GCON, is a Nigerian lawyer and politician who is currently serving as the Vice President of Nigeria, in office since 29 May 2015
 
Born on March 8, 1957 (age 64 years), Lagos, Nigeria worth it when it comes to achievements: Check out some handsome photos of the sage below:
 
 
 
 
 
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Breaking: Supreme Court Justice Is Reported DEAD

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Ahuraka Isah, Spokesperson of the Supreme Court, confirmed the incident to GhanaCNN.com’s Rita Edochie.

According to Isah, the Justice who had been ill for some time died on Sunday morning.

He said Ngwuta’s illness took a turn for the worse on Thursday and was subsequently taken to the intensive care unit.

The Supreme Court Spokesperson, however, said Ngwuta tested negative for COVID-19.

“He has been ill for a while. He was supposed to preside over a matter on Thursday but the illness became severe,” he said.

“He was moved to the intensive care unit on Friday. They even conducted COVID-19 test on him but he tested negative.

“We were already preparing for his valedictory service slated for March 30.”

Ngwuta is the third most senior judge on the bench of the apex court, behind Justices Tanko Muhammad CJN and Bode Rhodes-Vivour (who is due for retirement on March 22, 2021).

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