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US declares support for Nigeria’s unity as tension continues over Biafra

The United States of America has spoken about Nigeria as the latter continues to battle with agitations from the south-eastern part of the country for secession

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US declares support for Nigeria’s unity as tension continues over Biafra

 

The United States ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Stuart Symington, spoke when he paid a visit to Governor Abiola Ajimobi in Ibadan – Mr Symington said the United States was interested in Nigeria and this was why he was visiting states within the country.

 

The United States of America has spoken about Nigeria as the latter continues to battle with agitations from the south-eastern part of the country for secession

 

According to the US ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Stuart Symington, the foreign country and one of the world powers would continue to support Nigeria’s unity. Symington said his country will continue to work towards the promotion of unity in Nigeria.

 

He described Nigeria as the strength of the world’s most populous black nation. It was reported that the ambassador made this known when he led top officials of the embassy on a working visit to the office of the governor of Oyo state, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, in Ibadan.

 

The envoy said that the US recognizes the strategic importance of Nigeria in Africa, adding that his visit was in the furtherance of his country’s mission to explore new frontiers of partnership for development with African countries. This is why, he said, he was touring every part of the Nigeria.

 

He urged the government of Ajimobi to work with the US towards setting a new pace in socio-economic development. “This visit is not just a courtesy call; It is in continuation of America’s vision and mission.

 

We are looking forward to working with your state to set up a new pace in development.

 

“We are happy to be here and I’m telling you that Nigeria as a country is loved by all Americans and even in the world for the sake of the unity the country uphold,” he said.

 

learnt that Ajimobi, while speaking earlier, sought the assistance of the US government in his administration’s efforts to promote human capital development and technical education in the state.

 

The governor noted that technical education was the missing link in the country’s curriculum.

 

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