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Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Companero, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. Companero

    Companero Platinum Member

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    Lini Miafrika itaacha tabia hii ya kutumia mifedha ya umma bila mpangilio?

    Report of six man delegation to Saudi Arabia

    1. Recall that on the 17th of February Council constituted a six-man cabinet delegation to visit President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua who was hospitalized in Saudi Arabia . They were also to convey the appreciation of the government and the good people of Nigeria to the Saudi Monarch for the care and support given to our President.

    2. Membership of the delegation was as follows:

    (i) Mahmud Yayale Ahmed, CFR, Leader of the Delegation

    (ii) Chief Ojo Maduekwe, CFR, Member

    (iii) Dr. Rilwanu Lukman, CFR, Member

    (iv) Prince Adetokunbo Kayode, SAN, Member

    (v) Prof. Babatunde Osotimehin,OON Member

    (vi) Dr. Abba Sayyadi Ruma, Member

    3. Preparatory to this visit the acting president had addressed a letter to the Royal Majesty, King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, introducing the delegation as a special envoy from the presidency. In the letter, the acting president conveyed the profound appreciation and deep gratitude of the government and the entire people of Nigeria to the king, for the kindness, hospitality, fraternal care and excellent facilities extended to President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua.

    4. The delegation reported that they departed Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, early hours of Tuesday, 23rd February 2010, some minutes after midnight. On their arrival in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, they were received by the Nigerian Ambassador, Alhaji Abdullahi Aminchi and the Royal Protocol Personnel and driven straight to the Conference Palace, where they were accommodated.

    5. Prior to their arrival, the Nigerian Ambassador had secured appointment for them to be received by His Highness, Prince Saud Al-Faisal, Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs at 18.00 hours on the 23rd February, 2010. The Foreign Minister received us on behalf of the Saudi King and re-affirmed the commitment of the Saudi Government to promoting good relationship with Nigeria. He also assured the delegation that the Health of President Yar’Adua was improving. The delegation thanked the Saudi Foreign Minister for the warm reception and the hospitality which the kingdom accorded to them and delivered the Acting President’s letter to him, for onward transmission to His Royal Majesty, King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud.

    6. Thereafter, the Nigerian Ambassador, Alhaji Abdullahi Aminchi informed the delegation that he had received information that President Yar’Adua had been discharged and was on his way back to Abuja. From all indications, the President must have departed Jeddah Airport at about 10 pm, Saudi time on Tuesday 23rd February 2010. With news that the President had left Saudi Arabia for Nigeria, the delegation did not consider it necessary to proceed to Jeddah, where the President was hospitalized. Accordingly, they decided to return to Nigeria .

    7. The delegation departed Riyadh at about 5.30am on Wednesday 24th February 2010 and arrived Abuja at about 10.30 am.

    8. The Acting President was accordingly briefed on their return.

    http://www.saharareporters.com/reports/exclusive/5358-report-of-six-man-delegation-to-saudi-arabia.html
     
  2. Magulumangu

    Magulumangu JF-Expert Member

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    hayo yote yalisababishwa na Presdaa na hao waarabu wake....
     
  3. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu, kule kila kitu ni 419.
     
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