Nigeria Has Withdrawn Peacekeeping Troops From Mali – Mark

The president of the Senate, David Mark, on Monday said the activities of Boko Haram insurgents had compelled government to withdraw its peacekeeping troops from Mali.
He made the remark at a two-day retreat on Nigeria’s foreign policy jointly organised by the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs in Lagos.
The Senate president said Boko Haram insurgency had become a major challenge to Nigeria’s efforts at forging relationships with her French-speaking neighbours.
“The activities of Boko Haram insurgents are beginning to affect Nigeria’s foreign policy,’’ said Mark, represented by his chief of staff, Sen. Anthony Manzo.
He held that any government’s foreign policy was an extension of its domestic policy

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So heart touching…..

Victor Ndah

this is serious…


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