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Saudi-Arabia, France, Others Act on Nigeria Presidential Election.

Different part of the World had been showering praises and blessings to the elected president, Muhammadu Buhari in just concluded General election.

Spokesman for president Muhammadu Buhari, Mr. Garba Shehu said in his statement that King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia congratulated President Buhari on his re-election for a second term. The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques wished the President success and good health in his second term in office. President Buhari has also received congratulatory messages from his counterparts in Zimbabwe – Emmerson Mnangagwa, South Africa – Cyril Ramaphosa, and Kenya – Uhuru Kenyatta.

The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, also sent a  congratulatory message to President Buhari on his re-election, wishing him success and the Nigerian people further development and progress.

Alexey Shebarshin, Russian Ambassador to Nigeria sent a congratulatory message to the President on behalf of his country.

Shebarshin said, ““I am honoured to extend my congratulations to you personally, Mr President, and the people of Nigeria on the successful conduct of free, transparent and credible Presidential and National Assembly elections on February 23, 2019, that will shape the destiny of this nation for the upcoming four years and beyond.

“It is my conviction that your decisive victory will pave the way for yet stronger and more prosperous Nigeria that you will be able to deliver on the people’s mandate.”

Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs in its congratulatory message said, “France congratulates President Muhammadu Buhari on his re-election on February 23.”

He added, “It will continue to stand by Nigeria and to provide its full support for the implementation of the country’s priorities, especially economic diversification, job creation, counter-terrorism and the fight against corruption.”

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