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OBAMA's NUCLEAR SUMMIT,Washington DC invites Nigeria's Acting Pres Goodluck Jonathan April 12

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LIVE;RIP POLAND PRES, wife&95.Feat Dr. Harris Enabulele, Fmr Commissioner for Human Rights. New York African Film Festival April 7-14, 2010@Lincoln Ctr. FREE Download of this show avail. Feat music by Afrobeat King FELA 'SHAKARA' Jonathan to Meet Obama April 12,Acting President Goodluck Jonathan will visit the United States of America on April 12-13 for the Nuclear Security Summit on the invitation of President Barack Obama. Acting President Jonathan was earlier expected to visit the US on April 7.The nuclear summit is being promoted by President Obama and will attract over 40 heads of state in Washington. Meanwhile, the Nigeria-U.S. close to the Nigerian Embassy in Washington D.C and the U.S. State Department confirmed to NAN that the Last week, in his maiden news conference with reporters in Washington D.C., the new Nigerian Ambassador to the U.S., Prof. Ade Adefuye, described the agreement as a major step forward for the country. Adefuye noted that the signing of the agreement was coming few days to Acting President Goodluck Jonathan's historic visit to U.S. Clinton and the former Minister of Foreign Affairs Ojo Maduekwe held discussions on how to forge a new partnership under the BNC.Obama Administration Broadens Ties to Nigeria Nigeria's acting president, Goodluck Jonathan will take part in the Nuclear Security Summit at the White House, where he is also expected to meet President Obama. On April 6, the administration took what Secretary of State Hilary Clinton called a "concrete step forward that will strengthen and deepen the partnership between our two nations" with the launch in Washington, DC of the U.S.-Nigeria Binational Commission. In an interview, U.S. Ambassador Robin Sanders calls Nigeria an "extraordinary friend of the United States" and says American want to see Nigeria succeed. "But we can't want more for Nigeria than Nigeria wants for itself." Nigeria's Acting Pres GoodLuck JONATHAN; The 50th Anniversary of Nigeria’s independence

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