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FG appoints 62 Ambassadors In Situ gives them letters of commission


By Princess-Ekwi Ajide – Abuja

The Federal Government of Nigeria has appointed 62 ambassadors in Situ and presented letters of commission to them in recognition of their commitments to placing the country in the global space.

Ambassadors-in-situ, are diplomatic officials of the highest rank often sent by one country as its long-term representative to another in recognition of their selfless service to nation building as officers of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Ambassadors in Situ, often move from one country to another at the expense of their children and families just to make Nigeria a great nation hence the recognition by the government.

Presenting the letters at an investiture ceremony in Abuja, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, said the ambassadors had worked tirelessly to boost diplomatic relations in their respective countries of assignment, and hat recognizing their contribution is key to achieving success.

He said, President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration has proven its commitment to rewarding those who have worked diligently in positioning the country in a positive light just like the gesture has brought to light the gathering of Nigerians who have contributed immensely to building the nation’s diplomatic relations.

Minister Onyeama, commended their service and dedication to duties, noting that the essence of the presentation is to rewrite the historic injustice that has been metted to them in the past years, and assured them that their sacrifice will not be forgotten.

Responding on behalf of the ambassadors, Adesola Adejumoke applauded the federal government for the recognition adding that it is a call for more commitment and pledged that they will be good ambassadors across the globe.

In an interview, Chief Ifeanyi Omeokachie, said the recognition will spur him to further selfless services for the country and cautioned youths to desist from get rich quick syndrome and embrace hard work as it pays better than cutting corners.

He encouraged youths to emulate them who have done their best in service of the nation and are being recognised for their sacrifices so the world will be a better place.


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