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Buhari returns from state visit to Portugal

President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Abuja after a five-day state visit to the capital of Portugal, Lisbon.

The President arrived the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja around 5pm.

Buhari, who also participated in the 2022 UN Ocean Conference, which held in Lisbon during his stay in the country, led the Nigerian delegation to the signing of several agreements and memoranda of understandings (MoUs).
The MoUs signed include Political Consultations; Diplomatic Training, Research and the Exchange of Information and Documentation; Cooperation in the Field of Culture; and Cooperation in the Field of Women and Girls Development, Empowerment and Gender Affairs; Youth; and Sports.
At a business forum organised during the visit, at which some of the MoUs were finalised between the two countries’ investment promotion agencies and chambers of commerce, President Buhari had described the progress in signing the agreements ‘‘as excellent foundations for increased bilateral trade.’’
The President, who also met with some representatives of Nigerian residents of Portugal, assured them that the 2023 elections would be credible and peace.
He also cautioned them against inciting political crisis back home, through the use of the social media.

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