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Tinubu calls for peace in Africa, global trouble spots

President Bola Tinubu has appealed for global peace and stability in Africa and other trouble spots around the world, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)…

President Bola Tinubu has appealed for global peace and stability in Africa and other trouble spots around the world, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

Tinubu stated this while addressing members of the Diplomatic Corps and Heads of International Organizations during Ramadan Iftar on Friday in Abuja.

The president urged the ambassadors to convey the message of peace and stability to their respective countries.

“It is an honour for me to speak to you collectively and share with you the diverse culture that Nigeria embodies. Sharing this moment with you is a privilege for us,” he said.

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Reflecting on the essence of Ramadan, Tinubu emphasised the values of tolerance and perseverance, noting their importance in fostering peace and stability worldwide.

“Ramadan is a period of self-denial, sharing, tolerance, and perseverance. It is a time for us to bring peace and stability to the world. I appreciate your coming and sharing of peace with us,” the president said.

Tinubu appealed to members of the Diplomatic Corps to extend their care and support to the needy and the vulnerable, noting the collective responsibility to promote peace and stability globally.

Ambassador Salaheddine Ibrahim, High Commissioner of Cameroon and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, expressed gratitude for the invitation to share Iftar with Tinubu. (NAN)

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