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Togo is Strategic Partner in Africa's Search for Security – Says Nigerian Envoy

He stands tall both in measuring physical height, and again in terms of rich Nigerian political pedigree. For his pedigree stood tall in Africa’s first involvement at the UN Peace Keeping Force in Congo Kinshasha in the 1960s when his father, Lt. General Aguiyi-Ironsi of Nigeria took the bull by the horns in assuming command of the UN Peace Keeping Forces in Congo Leopoldville now Kinshasha during the epoch of UN Secretary General Dag Hammerskjold. His father later became Nigeria’s first military Head of State. But Ambassador T. I. Aguiyi-Ironsi, a chip of the old block, son of Nigeria’s pioneer UN Peace Keeping Forces Commander repeated in Lomé over the weekend that Nigeria’s untiring pursuit for International Peace and security always remains unequivocally complementary to the challenges of development on the African continent. Full Story

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