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Malloum Bamanga Abbas

From L-R- Dean, African Group of Ambassadors, Geneva, H.E Ambassador Malloum Bamanga Abbas of the Chadian Permanent Mission, Mrs. Hauwa Kadiri, Ambassador Audu Kadiri, and Professor Ibrahim Gambari

Nigeria seeks support for re-election into ITU

Nigeria’s belief in multilateralism and readiness to serve as exemplified by its many international commitments makes its bid for re-election into the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) worthy of support from countries within Africa and the globe, the Ambassador/Permanent Representative of the Nigerian Permanent Mission in Switzerland, Ambassador Audu Kadiri, has said.

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