Posts Tagged ‘Ban Ki-moon’

Amina Mohammed Sworn In As UN Deputy Secretary General

Former Nigerian Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed has been sworn-in as the Fifth United Nations (UN) Deputy Secretary-General on Tuesday at the UN Headquarters in New York. The UN Secretary General, António Guterres, after administering the Oath, said: “I am very, very proud that you accepted to join our team.” In her first engagement, Amina […]

UN Secretary-General Marks Boko Haram Attack on UN House in Nigeria

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon laid a wreath in the capital of Nigeria, Abuja on Monday to commemorate the fourth anniversary of a deadly attack on the global body by Boko Haram. The secretary-general hugged several relatives of the victims of the bombing during a ceremony at United Nations House and praised the “the extraordinary […]

Ban Ki-Moon in Nigeria in Wake of Attack on Army Chief Tukur Buratai

UN chief Ban Ki-moon began a two-day visit to Nigeria Sunday in the wake of a suspected Boko Haram ambush on the army chief, saying it was “a time of hope” despite the rise of extremism. Combating Islamist violence is expected to be high on the agenda as the secretary-general holds talks with President Muhammadu […]

UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, to Visit Nigeria August 23

United Nations Secretary-General, Mr Ban Ki-moon, will visit Nigeria from August 23 to 24 and will meet with President Muhammadu Buhari and State Governors. Talks during the meetings with the nation’s leaders would focus on “Pathways to a new Nigeria-Role of Sub-National Governments”. Mr Ki-Moon will also lay wreath to commemorate the 4th Anniversary of […]