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PRESIDENT TINUBU, MUSAWA VISIT HISTORIC QATAR NATIONAL MUSEUM

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PRESIDENT TINUBU, MUSAWA VISIT HISTORIC QATAR NATIONAL MUSEUM                                                        04-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      The Minister of Art, Culture and the Creative Economy Hannatu Musa Musawa has expressed optimism that Nigeria’s partnership with Qatar in areas of art and cultural exchange will create better opportunities for Nigerians in the future.

The Minister made this known in Doha during a State visit to Qatar with His Excellency, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and some other cabinet members on Monday.

Musawa stated that the visit which included a tour of the spectacular National Museum of Qatar highlighted the importance of culture and heritage in nation building which also underscores Nigeria’s commitment to revitalising the country’s museums and monuments.

“It is with the collaborations and the partnerships with countries like Qatar, that we can be able to do that.
I think this is huge for both countries in terms of many sectors, and I think Nigeria and Qatar can have very meaningful partnerships.

“When it comes to the Islamic art and the way they have been able to cultivate that, there is a huge community in Nigeria that also wants to cultivate these Islamic arts.

The President’s entourage was taken on a tour of various Qatari monuments and the National Museum of Qatar by its Director, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Hamad Al Thani.

Minister Musawa will later hold talks with Dr. Al-Kawari , the President of the Qatar National Library and former Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage of Qatar from 2008 to 2016.

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