The President has declared support for the creation of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, and assured that Nigeria would remain steadfast in following up to ensure that the country would regain stability.
President Muhammadu Buhari receives letter of credence from the Saharawi Ambassador to Nigeria, H.E Malainine Sadik-Bachir at the State House in Abuja.
While he received the Letter of Credence from the Ambassador of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, Malainine Sadik-Bachir, at the State House, Abuja on Monday, President Muhammadu Buhari said Nigeria would continue to support the country as it strove to realize its goals of development.
“You can be assured that Nigeria will remain steadfast in her support for Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic. We will continue to do our best for you,” he said.
According to Vanguard
, the president who made the comment, said that he was disappointed by the disturbing political developments in South Sudan which had lingered due to the non implementation of peace accord signed by the leaders.
The President however assured that the Federal Government of Nigeria would remain steadfast in following up to ensure that the country would regain stability.
President Muhammadu Buhari receives letter of credence from the South Sudan Ambassador to Nigeria, H.E Mr Paul Akaro at the State House in Abuja.
The President in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on media and publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, also called for stronger commitment to the implementation of the peace process in South Sudan assuring that the Federal Government will remain steadfast in following up to ensure that the country regains stability.
According to Shehu, Buhari gave the commitment while receiving the Letter of Credence of the Ambassador of the Republic of South Sudan, Mr. Paul Malong Akaro, at the State House, yesterday.
He said delay in implementing the peace accord had affected the development of the country in spite of the lofty potentials for growth.
"I was a little disappointed with the subsequent developments in your country. I was hoping that we can move forward and develop the great potentials of your country after the peace accord.
"The African Union will continue to hold your leaders to account in implementing the peace process. And the leaders should be able to accommodate one another for the good of your people," the President said.