Promoting Diplomacy: Nigerians Strengthen Brotherly Relationship With Niger Citizens Residing In Nigeria

By Bukar Abba, Kaduna

Religious Leaders and non-governmental organizations dedicated to peace and unity, have embarked on a visit to residents of the Niger Republic in Northern Nigeria.

This is parts, of a concerted effort to advance peace and cultivate robust diplomatic ties across the 54 nations of Africa.

The primary objective of this initiative is to fortify fraternal relationships and facilitate cultural exchange, thereby enhancing diplomatic endeavors and nurturing amicable friendships.

Among the delegations were prominent Northern Nigerian religious leaders, traditional title holders, Community Peace Observers members of the Conflict Mitigation Management Regional Council and the Network of Peace Journalists.

The Sarkin Gabas in Tudun-Wada, Kaduna, Alhaji Ibrahim Gambo, said the essence of "this visit underscores the dedication towards enhancing the positive and amicable ties that bind these two great African nations".

Also, Pastor Yohanna Buru, the General Overseer of the Christ Evangelical and Life Intervention Ministry, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna emphasized the pivotal role that such interactions play in regional harmony, highlighting the enduring and deeply entrenched connections that unite Nigeria and the Niger Republic.

While a member of the Conflict Mitigation Management Regional Council in Kaduna Bernard Musa conveyed a message of unity, underscoring the shared identity of Niger Republic residents in Nigeria and emphasizing the urgency of peace and unity as the continent's guiding ethos.

In his response, the Secretary-General of the Nigeriens Residing in Nigeria (Haut Conseil), Alhaji Sidilghabit Ahmat Tarwaq, expressed sincere appreciation for the visit by the diverse groups from Northern Nigeria. Tarwaq underscored the shared tapestry of history, emphasizing the multitude of commonalities that intricately connect Nigeria and the Niger Republic.

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