Buhari Sends Another Message To US Government Photo Credit: People's Gazette President Muhammadu Buhari’s regime has appealed to the U.S., UK and other developed countries to pay the $100 billion they promised to support developing countries to attain the ‘Nationally Determined Contributions’ (NDC) target.
The Honourable Minister of State, Power, Goddy Jedy Agba, OFR, on Friday paid the United Nations (UN) Deputy Secretary General, Dr. Amina Mohammed a courtesy call at her office in the organization's headquarters in New York, United States. Jedy-Agba had traveled last week with a delegation comprising the Managing Director /Chief Executive Officer of Rural Electrification Agency, REA, Engr.
Nigeria is indeed home to many wonderful and beautiful resources, blessed also with numerous talented individuals who are pushing together for a better future, despite series of insecurity challenges and issues surrounding our economic development. Not long ago, a certain statement made by a United Nations Deputy Secretary, Amina Mohammed, according to a verified publication has caused series of questions, after she said 'Nigeria is still the best in the world'.
Nigeria is indeed a land of rich natural resources, and it is blessed with many talented people who strive to work together for a better future, despite the many insecurity and issues surrounding our economic development. Recently, a statement by the UN Under-Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed, according to an authentic book raises a number of questions,after she said 'Nigeria is still the best in the world'.
Amina Mohammed, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General has disclosed that regardless of Nigeria’s security and economic setbacks, the country is still the best on earth. The United Nations Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed alleged that all hope is not lost, adding that Nigeria can be salvaged from the present unfavorable situation rocking the country.
Amina Mohammed, the United Nations Deputy Secretary General, has claimed that Nigeria is still the best country in the world, not withstanding the challenges confronting Nigerians at the moment. Amina Mohammed went on and made it known that successive governments in Nigeria have failed at one time or the other, but she further stated it clearly that there is still hope for the most populous black nation.
Photo Credit: Premium Times Nigeria According to Sahara Reporters, Amina Mohammed who is the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, has lauded Nigeria as the best country in the world despite the terrible challenges she has been going through in recent times. Speaking further, she made reference to cases where some successive government in the reputable African country had suffered setbacks, and yet they did not give up.
The United Nations Deputy General-Secretary, Amina Mohammed has called on Nigerian Youths to ensure the growth of the country because if Nigeria breaks, no country will accommodate 240 million people. Image Source: Sahara Reporters. She made this statement known in an event at Baze University, Abuja over the weekend, according to a statement signed by the UN National Information Officer in Nigeria, Oluseyi Soremekun.
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"Nigeria Is Better Than US, UK Others"- Amina United Nations Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed, has said that Nigeria is still the best country in the world despite numerous challenges confronting its people. The UN chief admitted that successive governments in the most populous African nation have failed at one time or the other, but insisted that all hope was not lost to restore the country.
Nigeria is better than all other countries on the Earth — UN Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohamed
Amina Mohammed, the UN Deputy Secretary-General, has urged young Nigerians to be proud of their country and to refrain from condemning it. According to Amina Mohammed, Nigeria is not only blessed by God but is also the best country on earth, even despite the challenges facing the country.
UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Sends Strong Message To Nigerian Youths Concerning Nation-Building
UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed has asked Nigerian youths to do their best to build their country because that is their number one duty as citizens and youths of Nigeria. Amina Mohammed reiterated that she believes that Nigerian youths can make Nigeria a better place despite the flaws of the country at this present moment.
Amina Mohammed, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General, has urged Nigerian youths to be patriotic and stop condemning Nigeria. Amina who is also the United Nations Sustainable Development Group chairwoman, said this during a public lecture that was held in Abuja on Thursday. The lecture was organized by the law faculty of Baze University, and the topic of the lecture was “The use of ceasefire agreements in avoiding escalation of armed conflicts.”
The UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed sends a message to all Nigerian youths, read it below
The UN Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed, has urged Nigerian youths to use gracious words when speaking about Nigeria, rather than condemning the country. Ms. Amina, who is also the UN Sustainable Development Group chairwoman, claims that it is unpatriotic to use derogatory words when speaking about Nigeria, because what we say impacts people's lives, positively or negatively, and can also affect the country at large.
UN DSG Speaks To Nigerian Youths. Photo Credit: Goggle United Nations Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed has appealed to Nigerian youths not to lose hope in the country. Mohammed said this at an event in Abuja over the weekend. The statement signed by the National Information Officer, UN Office, Nigeria, Oluseyi Soremekun, quoted the DSG as saying that there is no reason for citizens, especially the younger generations to throw stones at any institution of government.
Following the threat to Nigeria's unity through agitations for secession by some groups in the country, the UN has advised against disrupting peace in the country. The United Nations advised that the population of the country is too enormous to be managed by the world if anything happens to Nigeria.
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There has been a lot of comments, opinions and statements concerning the activities of IPOB members, who are seriously seeking to separate from Nigeria. But I have considered some reasonable facts about this whole issue and realized that separation cannot occur in our country, Nigeria, because no present or incoming president will allow such thing.
Buhari Sends Another Message To US Government Photo Credit: People's Gazette The regime of President Muhammadu Buhari has voiced out an appeal to the United States, United Kingdom and several other developed countries to pay the 100 billion Dollars they promised. The countries had promised to support developing countries like Nigeria with $100 billion in order to attain the 'Nationally Determined Contributions' (NDC) target.
Amina Mohammed who is the Secretary_General of the United Nation has reached out to the Nigerian youths to stop condemning the country concerning the current situation of Nigeria. A statement made by a UN National Information Officer, Oluseyi Soremekun, said Mrs Amina Mohammed made the call to the youth while addressing students in Baze University, Abuja the capital city of Nigeria.