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Why Buhari Names Abuja Road After President Of Niger Republic Exposed 

Why Buhari Names Abuja Road After President Of Niger Republic

President Muhammadu Buhari has named a road in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), the Outer Southern Expressway (OSEX), after Issoufou Mahamadou, his counterpart from the Niger Republic.

At a ceremony in Abuja on Tuesday, FCT minister, Mohammed Bello, said the expressway was named after the Nigerien president for his role in the promotion of peace in Africa.

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Bello said, “Earlier today, the first phase of the ongoing Outer Southern Expressway (OSEX) in Abuja was named the ‘Mahamadou Issoufou Expressway’ in honour of the President of the Republic of Niger, Mahamadou Issoufou.

“The road was named after the Nigerien President by President @MBuhari as a mark of deep appreciation for the maintenance of the brotherly relationship between Nigeria & the Rep. of Niger & in recognition of the Nigerien President’s significant role in the promotion of peace in Africa.”

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In a tweet, the Niger Republic President, Mahamadou said the gesture shows that his relationship with Buhari and that of both countries is ‘excellent’.

His tweet read, “My brother and friend, @MBuhari, did me the honour to call an Abuja expressway ‘Mahamadou Issoufou expressway’.

“This testifies, beyond our relations, to the excellent relations that exist between #Nigeria and #Niger. His caring touches me. I thank him very much.”

Why Buhari Names Abuja Road After President Of Niger Republic 

My brother and friend, @MBuhari, did me the honor to call an Abuja express way “Mahamadou Issoufou expressway”. This testifies, beyond our personal relations, to the excellent relations that exist between #Nigeria and #Niger. His caring touches me. I thank him very much. pic.twitter.com/6bEOIjAwuf

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— Issoufou Mahamadou (@IssoufouMhm) March 16, 2021
Last week, Mahamadou won the 2020 Mo Ibrahim prize for achievement in African leadership.

He is the sixth recipient of the award which recognises and celebrates excellence in African leadership.

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