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Nigeria’s New Foreign Policy Drive: Our Tasks at AU, UN

Ministry for Foreign Affairs Building

In this interview, Foreign Affairs Minister, Ambassador Aminu Wali, indicated the direction of Nigeria’s foreign policy, especially now that the catalogue of domestic issues and problems are defining the context of the nation’s interaction with the rest of the world more than ever before. Besides the creeping insurgencies, the sanctity of Nigerian lives abroad and the country’s strategic plan for …

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Nigeria in Response to the EBOLA Virus Disease

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria presents its compliments to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Royal Kingdom of Sweden as well as all Diplomatic Missions and International Organizations accredited to Sweden and has the honour to convey information on the measures so far taken by the Federal Government of Nigeria in response to the EBOLA Virus …

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Travel Advisory As a Result Of Ebola Outbreak

Ministry for Foreign Affairs Building

 

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Awakening Agriculture Production

Nigerian Minister of Agriculture

Ladies and gentlemen, nothing is more important than food. A nation that does not feed itself becomes a threat to its own sovereign existence. Growing our own food, processing what we produce, becoming competitive in export markets, and creating jobs all across our economy, are crucial for our national security. Nigeria was food self-sufficient in the 1960s and was well …

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African craft gains higher profile as designers break the mould

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Africa has long been a source of inspiration for the design world, from the now ubiquitous black-and-white Beni Ouarain rugs from the mountains of Morocco to the bright wax fabrics from Ghana. More recently however, contemporary designers, both African and international, have been reinterpreting African craft in innovative ways. There are also more venues in which to showcase their work: …

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