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President Buhari pledges to help South Sudan overcome economic challenges




President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday stated Nigeria is able to lengthen a serving to hand to South Sudan in direction of the political and financial stability of the nation.

President Buhari made the promise in Addis Ababa throughout a bilateral assembly with President Salva Kiir of South Sudan.

Buhari additional assured the total help of Nigeria to place all efforts into bringing long-term stability and prosperity to the complete continent.

‘‘Nigeria will contribute its quota as a lot as attainable to the event of South Sudan. Take us into confidence and ask us what we are able to do,’’ Buhari advised the South Sudanese chief.

He careworn that the necessity for cooperation amongst growing nations, the Nigerian chief stated with investments in schooling, improved financial system, and healthcare, issues will certainly enhance.

On the state of affairs in Guinea and Mali, President Buhari reiterated that African leaders should help efforts geared in direction of the return of democracy within the nations.

The President expressed concern that so long as Libya remained unstable, the proliferation of arms and the issues within the Sahel would proceed.

In his remarks, President Kiir, who acknowledged Nigeria’s management position in Africa, appreciated the nation’s effort within the liberation wrestle of South Sudan.

He additionally recommended the First Woman of Nigeria for aiding within the schooling of many South Sudanese ladies within the nation.

‘‘In West Africa, ECOWAS intervenes instantly every time a rustic has an issue. That needs to be adopted in East and Central Africa,’’ he stated.

President Buhari and President Kiir had been amongst a number of African leaders that attended the inauguration ceremony of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia for a second five-year time period in workplace.

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