The Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in Abuja, David Young, has called on Christians and Muslims in Nigeria to work for peace and love of all Nigerians.
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The Oba of Benin, Oba Ewuare II, has urged the United States Agency for International Development to step into the fight against human trafficking and the rehabilitation of victims.
The Deputy Chief of Mission, David Young, announced this at the presentation of the grants on Friday Abuja.
US Mission to Nigeria has awarded 221,902 dollars grants in response to applications to the Ambassador’s Small Grants Programme for 27 projects in 14 states in Nigeria.
The Deputy Chief of Mission, United States Embassy in Nigeria, David Young on Wednesday, commended the Independent National Electoral Commission for the decision to conduct re-run election in Osun, saying it would enhance democracy.
The US contributes one billion dollars annually to develop Nigeria’s human capital, David Young, Deputy Head of US Embassy in Nigeria has said.
The Deputy Chief of Mission and Charge de Affaires of the US Embassy in Nigeria, David Young, made his country’s position known on Sunday night in Jos, Plateau State during his fellowship with church leaders
The development was made known by the Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong, who said President Muhammadu Buhari has instructed him to bring Abubakar to Abuja for “a handshake and national honour”
Yari made the appeal while receiving the Acting US, Ambassador to Nigeria David Young, who paid him a courtesy visit at the Government House in Gusau.
David Young, Deputy Chief of Mission, US Embassy in Nigeria, has condoled with the people of Plateau over the recent killings in the state.
The ministry’s Spokesperson, Dr Tope Elias-Fatile, in a statement, said that the Ambassador was represented by the Embassy’s Charge d’Affairs, David Young.
The US Charge d’ Affairs in Nigeria, David Young, said at the inauguration in Lagos that the platform was meant to make Nigerians join in the ongoing fight against corruption in the country
Young said that the repatriation of the stolen funds was a “systemic effort that would take time”, adding that there were legal obligations that had to be met