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President Buhari receives departing German Ambassador; Hosts Speaker, Niger Republic House of Assembly

President Muhammadu Buhari received H.E. Michael Zenner, the outgoing Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Nigeria in Statehouse on 21st July 2016. Ambassador Zenner was accompanied by Regine Hess, Deputy Head of Mission of Germany to Nigeria. Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama was present.
President Buhari also, on 20th July ,2016, hosted the Speaker of the House of Assembly of Niger Republic, H.E. Ousseini Tinni who was accompanied to the State House by the Speaker of Nigeria’s House Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara.

President Buhari with L-R: Regine Hess, Deputy Head of Mission of Germany to Nigeria, H.E. Michael Zenner, the outgoing Ambassador and Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama as President Buhari receives in farewell audience, H.E. Michael Zenner, the outgoing Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Nigeria in Statehouse on 21st July 2016
President Buhari with L-R: Regine Hess, Deputy Head of Mission of Germany to Nigeria, H.E. Michael Zenner, the outgoing Ambassador and Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama as President Buhari receives in farewell audience, H.E. Michael Zenner, the outgoing Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Nigeria in Statehouse on 21st July 2016
A gift for the departing diplomat
A gift for the departing diplomat
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 President Buhari receives Speaker of House of Assembly Niger Republic, H.E. Ousseini Tinni accompanied by Speaker of House Representatives, Nigeria, Hon. Yakubu Dogara in Statehouse on 20th July ,2016
President Buhari receives Speaker of House of Assembly Niger Republic, H.E. Ousseini Tinni accompanied by Speaker of House Representatives, Nigeria, Hon. Yakubu Dogara in Statehouse on 20th July ,2016
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