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See What Buhari Said To Jonathan During Meeting In Aso Rock

The meeting between President Muhammadu Buhari and former President Goodluck Jonathan has received more information.

The two presidents met on Wednesday at the Aso Rock Villa in Abuja to discuss the political climate in the Republic of Mali, as previously reported by Anaedoonline.ng.

The ECOWAS special convoy to Mali is Jonathan.

Mali and Cote d’Ivoire have been at odds over the detained Ivorian soldiers for some time.

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Only the three female members of the team—out of 49 Ivorian soldiers—who had been held in Mali for “illegal entry” have been freed, leaving 46. The event raises the possibility of the two nations’ relationship breaking down.

The need for ECOWAS leaders to intervene, as urged by the Special Envoy, former President Jonathan, is evidenced by Cote D’Ivoire’s condemnation of the act as “hostage taking” and its declaration that it may take action.

According to a statement provided to our reporters on Wednesday by President Buhari’s special assistant on media and public affairs, Femi Adesina, the Nigerian president had pledged an intervention that would result in a peaceful conclusion.

The need for ECOWAS leaders to intervene, as urged by the Special Envoy, former President Jonathan, is evidenced by Cote D’Ivoire’s condemnation of the act as “hostage taking” and its declaration that it may take action.

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According to a statement provided to our reporters on Wednesday by President Buhari’s special assistant on media and public affairs, Femi Adesina, the Nigerian president had pledged an intervention that would result in a peaceful conclusion.

“Nigeria is committed to promoting peace and harmony among ECOWAS countries,” President Buhari said in the statement.

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The Nigerian leader further “pledged an initiative from Nigeria, towards immediate resolution of the impasse.”

On Tuesday, September 13, 2022, President Muhammadu Buhari will travel to Imo State on a scheduled working visit in order to dedicate two important new roads.

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Governor Hope Uzodinma stated that in a letter to journalists that was penned by his chief press secretary and media adviser, Oguwuike Nwachukwu, that President Buhari will also officially open the recently renovated Imo State House of Assembly Complex.

The 53-kilometer dualized Owerri/Okigwe Road and the 36-kilometer dualized Owerri/Orlu Road are both anticipated to receive presidential commissions.

 

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