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Nigeria’s Muhammadu Buhari, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet at AU summit in Addis Ababa Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 24, 2021

President Buhari and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with L-R: Nigerian Ambassador to Ethiopia Amb. Bankole Adeoye, Chairman/CEO Nigerians in Diaspora Commission Abike Dabiri, Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State, Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State and Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama during a Bilateral Meeting with Canadian Prime Minister in Addis Ababa on 9th Feb 2020.
President Buhari in a Bilateral Meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Addis Ababa on 9th Feb 2020
President Buhari and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with Nigerian born Masai Usiri, Coach Toronto Raptors, who led his team to victory at the last USA NBA finals during a Bilateral Meeting with Canadian Prime Minister in Addis Ababa on 9th Feb 2020.

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