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Nigeria’s president arrives DC for U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday arrived in Washington DC via Joint Base Andrews, Air Force Base, Maryland at about 6.25pm to attend the United States-Africa Leaders Summit.

President Buhari will join other African leaders at the High Level Meeting holding between Tuesday, Dec. 13 and Thursday, Dec. 15 at the instance of the United States President, Joe Biden.

“African governments, civil society, diaspora communities across the United States, and the private sector to continue strengthening our shared vision for the future of U.S.-Africa relations,” Garba Shehu, presidential spokesman, said in a statement.

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On the first day, Buhari would speak on the topic: Conservation, Climate Adaptation and a Just Energy Transition”, dwelling directly on the ”Just Energy Transition” component.

The Nigerian leader would also address some of the other sub-themes of the summit as well as participate in the US-Africa Business Forum (USABF).

The forum will be hosted by the U.S. Department of Commerce which focuses on increased trade and investment between the Unit

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