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PRESIDENT TINUBU RE-AFFIRMS NIGERIA’S COMMITMENT TO ENSURE MARITIME SECURITY AND SAFETY                                                                   12-03-24

President Bola Tinubu has re-affirmed Nigeria’s commitment to enhancing maritime security and safety in the Gulf of Guinea.

He stated this while receiving the Special Envoy of the President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, at the State House, Abuja.

The Special Presidential Envoy and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Simeon Oyono Esono Angue, had conveyed a message from President Mbasogo requesting a state visit by President Tinubu, emphasising the need to revitalise the Nigeria-Equatorial Guinea Joint Commission.

He also highlited the importance of fostering greater co-operation in various sectors, including oil and gas, and trade.

Responding, President Tinubu reaffirmed the longstanding bilateral ties between Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea, describing the relations as strong and brotherly.

He recalled his previous meeting with President Mbasogo, during which they discussed strategies for enhancing economic relations, particularly in the context of ocean and marine economy, and collaborating to address the challenges posed by climate change.

President Tinubu expressed confidence that the formal meetings between the two nations would lead to further strengthening of their relationship.

“Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea are brotherly nations, and we enjoy very longstanding mutual relations. I am sure when next we meet formally; the relationship between our countries will grow from strength to strength,” the President said.

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