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By Ajuma Edwina Ogiri

A former UN Secretary-General, Mr Ban Ki-Moon, has described the appointment of Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, as Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, as a great asset to Nigeria and Africa.

In a congratulatory message addressed to Prof. Gambari, the former UN Secretary-General said the invaluable experience he gained while serving the UN will help address the challenging times caused by COVID-19.

”I would like to sincerely congratulate you on your recent appointment as Chief of Staff to H.E. President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria.

”Your appointment is a great asset not to the President of Nigeria but also your country Nigeria and Africa in a broader sense.

”I am confident that your invaluable experience gained while serving the UN, with various important leadership roles, will help your leadership in addressing these challenging times caused by COVID-19,” he wrote.

The 8th Secretary-General of the UN, who penned his congratulatory letter from his base in Seoul, South Korea’s capital, said he looked forward to meeting his former colleague at the UN again, while wishing the accomplished Nigerian diplomat success on his new assignment.

Similarly, UK High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, has also expressed delight with the appointment of Prof. Gambari.

The High Commissioner said the mission looks forward to working closely with the Chief of Staff on ”our shared agenda in the challenging COVID-19 times.”
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