SSA TO THE PRESIDENT ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND DIASPORA, ABIKE DABIRI-EREWA HOSTED BY CONSUL-GENERAL ADAMA

SSA TO THE PRESIDENT ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND DIASPORA, ABIKE DABIRI-EREWA HOSTED BY CONSUL-GENERAL ADAMA

On Wednesday, 18th April 2018, the Consul General hosted Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa (SSA to the President on Diaspora) at the Official Residence, during which she interacted with a cross-section of Nigerians and let them into Government Policies and adjured them to be of good conduct in their host country and that Government was working assiduously to ensure Nigerians in South Africa were treated with utmost dignity.

She also charged them to be abreast of developments back home, as it is hoped that one day, Nigerians in Diaspora would be able to exercise their franchise in electing their leaders back in the country. The Hon. Consul General was also commended for his selfless and transformative work at the Consulate.

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