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Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos and France's Emmanuel Macron

President Macron: Why I visited Afrika Shrine

Macron who recalled his days in Nigeria about 15 years ago, noted that it was an emotional come-back, especially as he never imagined he would return to Abuja one day as President of France.
President Buhari receives in audience President Emmanuel Macron of France in State House on 3rd July 2018

President Macron: France can’t fix Africa’s problems

The French President, Mr Emmanuel Macron, on Tuesday, at a press conference after his meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari, expressed his country’s readiness to assist African countries to overcome their security challenges.

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