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President Buhari leaves 4th Africa-Arab Summit, comes home

President Buhari leaves 4th Africa-Arab Summit, comes home

President Muhammadu Buhari has departed Malabo, Equatorial Guinea capital, for Abuja after participating at the 4th Africa-Arab Summit on November 23.

President Buhari leaves 4th Africa-Arab Summit, comes home

President Buhari with President of Niger H.E. Mahamadou Issoufou shortly before departing Malabo for Abuja

President Muhammadu Buhari spent two days in Equatorial Guinea where he attended the 4th Africa-Arab Summit.

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President Buhari leaves 4th Africa-Arab Summit, comes home

President Muhammadu Buhari has departed Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, for Abuja

The summit which was visited by leaders of various African and Arab countries gave special emphasis to the following five priority areas:

- political developments/terrorism,

- development financing,

- agricultural development and food security,

- disaster response fund,

- migration;

President Buhari leaves 4th Africa-Arab Summit, comes home

It also focused  on promotion of trade and strengthening of economic ties to implement priority projects in trade, investment, transportation, communication and energy in Africa among other issues.

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President Buhari leaves 4th Africa-Arab Summit, comes home

Top officials saw President Muhammadu Buhari off on Wednesday, November 23

According to Femi Adesina, the special adviser to President Buhari on media and publicity, the president also held discussions with Arab leaders to review agreements that will strengthen partnerships anf bolster agriculture and infrastructure development in Nigeria through long term concessionary loans and technological skills transfer.

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