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Finally, Buhari approves posting of envoys, six months after Senate confirmation

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President Muhammadu Buhari has finally approved the postings of ambassador-designates to Nigerian Missions abroad.

The Nigerian Senate had six months ago confirmed nomination of the envoys. While 43 of them are career ambassadors, 52 are non-career ambassadors.

However, in a statement on Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Permanent Secretary, Amb. Gabriel Aduda, announced that the positing of the envoys has received the president’s approval.

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He said requesting agreement from the prospective host countries has started.

“There will be an induction course for the Ambassador-designates and their spouses which will hold on a date to be announced shortly to prepare and facilitate the movement of the envoys to their respective missions,” Aduda said.

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