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African Ambassador Becomes President-Elect of UN General Assembly

Nigeria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations is the second Nigerian to preside over the world’s governing body. He will preside over 193 member countries.

African Ambassador Becomes President-Elect of UN General Assembly
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