Buhari receives letter of credence from three countries

President Muhammadu Buhari will receive letter of credence from ambassadors of three countries.

This was announced by the presidency on Thursday through the official Twitter page of Nigeria’s president, @MBuhari.

The letters would be received from ambassadors of Vietnam, His Excellency Pham Anh Tuan; Togo, His Excellency Pham Anh Tuan; and Benin, His Excellency Emmanuel Mpfayokurera.

The Presidency wrote: “President @MBuhari is today receiving Letters of Credence from:

1. H.E. Mr. Pham Anh Tuan, Ambassador-Designate of Vietnam to Nigeria

2. H.E. Mr. Lene Dimban, Ambassador-Designate of Togo to Nigeria

3. H.E. Mr. Emmanuel Mpfayokurera, Ambassador-Designate of Benin to Nigeria”.

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