Vice President Namadi Sambo met Vice President Joe Biden at the White, USA

7 April 2012

In a meeting at the White House, Nigerian Vice President Namadi Sambo and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden discussed opportunities to advance trade between the two countries and promote stability in West Africa. The Barrack Obama-led administration in the United States of America on, 9th April, 2011, spoke on Nigerian security challenges, the engagement of his country with Nigeria and as well give a one-year assessment on the elections that were conducted in the country in 2011.

 
 
 

 

     

 

 

Dr Baba J Adamu has participated in the Canadian Trade Missions to Africa   - South Africa, Nigeria, and Senegal following the G-8 commitment towards Africa:

He also participated as a team-member of the former Canadian Prime Minister John Turner in the Ukraine Presidential Election with co-operation with the EU, and 2005 National Political Conference (Confab) in Nigeria:

   

       

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Vice President Biden welcomed Federal Republic of Nigeria Vice President Mohammed Namadi Sambo to the White House yesterday as part of the United States’ commitment to peace and prosperity for Nigeria and for the entire West African region.  The Vice President offered his condolences and those of the American people to Vice President Sambo for the lives lost in the Boko Haram attacks on Easter weekend in Kaduna and Kano.  Vice President Biden reiterated our strong support for Nigeria and its efforts to improve socioeconomic and security conditions across the country, including in the north.  The Vice Presidents discussed opportunities to deepen cooperation on issues of mutual interest such as advancing trade and investment, promoting peace and security in West Africa, and countering terrorism.  Vice President Biden thanked Vice President Sambo for Nigeria’s important role on the continent, and its exemplary leadership during the unrest in Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, and elsewhere.  Vice President Sambo reaffirmed to the Vice President his Government’s commitment to expanding services and access to electricity, enhancing infrastructure to aid development, and improving the quality of life for all of Nigeria’s citizens.

 The Barrack Obama-led administration in the United States of America on, 9th April, 2011, spoke on Nigerian security challenges, the engagement of his country with Nigeria and as well give a one-year assessment on the elections that were conducted in the country in 2011.

The event took place at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington DC featuring the US Assistant Secretary on African Affairs, Ambassador Johnnie Carson who spoke on different U.S. engagements with Nigeria.


   

 

 

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