Nigeria is one of the most enjoyable countries to stay – President Buhari

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President Muhammadu Buhari has said that Nigeria remains one of the most hospitable and enjoyable countries to visit or stay, despite its many challenges.

The president said this on Thursday, July 12, at the graduation ceremony of the senior course 44 of the armed forces command and staff college, Jaji, Kaduna.

Addressing the graduates, he said, “This Graduation is a milestone in the careers of the 247 graduating students today. You have made a success of this Course after 48 daunting weeks and I say to you all, Congratulations!

It is particularly gratifying to note that amongst the graduating students are international officers from sister African countries. Gentlemen, I am confident that you have enjoyed our friendliness during your stay here. I am also sure you would have observed that despite our diversity and challenges, Nigeria is still one of the most hospitable and enjoyable countries to visit and stay.”

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