President Buhari receives United Nations Deputy Secretary General, Amina J. Mohammed

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PRESIDENT BUHARI RECEIVES UN DEPUTY SEC GEN 1A. Presient Muhammadu Buhari receives The United Nations Deputy Secertary General, Ms Amina J. Mohammed during a courtesy visit at the State House. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. NOV 26 20198
PRESIDENT BUHARI RECEIVES UN DEPUTY SEC GEN 2A-C. ; President Muhammadu Buhari Receives the United Nations Deputy Secretary General, Ms Amina J. Mohammed on a courtesy visit at the State House in Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. NOV 26 2019
PRESIDENT BUHARI RECEIVES UN DEPUTY SEC GEN 4A. ; President Muhammadu Buhari and the United Nations Deputy Secretary General, Ms Amina J. Mohammed flanked by her delagtion on a courtesy visit at the State House in Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. NOV 26 2019
PRESIDENT BUHARI RECEIVES UN DEPUTY SEC GEN 2A&B. ; President Muhammadu Buhari receives the United Nations Deputy Secretary General, Ms Amina J. Mohammed. on a courtesy visit at the State House in Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. NOV 26 2019
PRESIDENT BUHARI RECEIVES UN DEPUTY SEC GEN 4. R-L; President Muhammadu Buhari receives the United Nations Deputy Secretary General, Ms Amina J. Mohammed accompanied by the UN Resident  and Humanitarian Coordinator, NigeriaMr Edward Kallon during a courtesy visit at the State House in Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. NOV 26 2019
PRESIDENT BUHARI RECEIVES UN DEPUTY SEC GEN 3A. ; President Muhammadu Buhari receives the United Nations Deputy Secretary General, Ms Amina J. Mohammed. With them are Nigerian Minister of foreign Affairs, Mr Geoffrey Onyeama and the UN Resident  and Humanitarian Coordinator, Nigeria, Mr Edward Kallon during a courtesy visit at the State House in Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. NOV 26 2019

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