President Muhammadu Buhari Advocates Regular Meetings Amongst Countries Of The Gulf Of Guinea Commission As A Critical Route Towards Achieving Peace And Security In The Region.

Buhari’s Media Aide, Femi Adesina, In An Issued Statement, Said The President Made The Assertion At The 3rd Extraordinary Session Of The Assembly Of Heads Of State And Government Of The Gulf Of Guinea Commission, Ggc, Taking Place In Accra, The Ghanaian Capital.

The Nigerian Leader, Noted That The Theme Of The Session: “Building A Safe, Secure And Prosperous Gulf Of Guinea Region For Sustainable Development“, Is Quite Apt And Significant Towards Addressing The Challenges In The Region.

Buhari, While Reiterating Nigeria’s Commitment Towards Fighting Maritime Insecurity In The Gulf Of Guinea, Encouraged Member States To Enact Laws Against Piracy And Other Criminal Acts As Nigeria Has Done. In His Welcome Address, Ghana’s President And The Chairperson Of The Assembly, Nana Akufo-Addo, Who Expressed Delight At The Physical Summit, Also Reminded Delegates Of The Challenges The Commission Faced, Enjoining Member States To Promptly Discharge Their Financial

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