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Aisha Buhari receives Burundian first lady ahead of First AFLPM Summit

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  First Lady Aisha Buhari on Saturday received the Burundian first lady Madam Angeline Ndayubaha ahead of the 9th General Assembly of the African First Ladies Peace Mission AFLPM in Abuja Nigeria Mrs Buhari who received the visiting first lady at the State House said the spouses of African heads of state and government are keen to reactivating the African First Ladies Peace Mission after long years of silence As you are aware AFLPM has not been active for some time now so we decided to revive it to give our contribution as mothers towards the development and peaceful coexistence in our continent she said On her part the visiting first lady of Burundi Madam Angeline Ndayubaha said she was at the state house to extend the warm greetings of people and government of Burundi Ndayubaha informed the gathering that she was in Nigeria to participate in the 9th session of the General Assembly of African First Ladies Peace Mission The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the AFLPM was established in 1997 as an umbrella body of wives of African Heads of State and Government to play a supportive role to the African Union regional organisations and national governments in fostering peace and reducing conflicts and their effects on the African continent also reports that the event is expected to be attended ladies of Ghana Burundi Congo Brazzaville Cote D voire Democratic Republic of Congo Liberia Niger Sao Tome and Pricipe Mauritania Sierra Leone and Namibia Source NAN
Aisha Buhari receives Burundian first lady ahead of First AFLPM Summit

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First Lady Aisha Buhari, on Saturday received the Burundian first lady, Madam Angeline Ndayubaha, ahead of the 9th General Assembly of the African First Ladies Peace Mission (AFLPM) in Abuja, Nigeria.

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Mrs Buhari

Mrs Buhari, who received the visiting first lady at the State House, said the spouses of African heads of state and government are keen to reactivating the African First Ladies Peace Mission after long years of silence.

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“ As you are aware, AFLPM has not been active for some time now, so we decided to revive it to give our contribution as mothers towards the development and peaceful coexistence in our continent,“ she said.

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Madam Angeline Ndayubaha

On her part, the visiting first lady of Burundi, Madam Angeline Ndayubaha, said she was at the state house to extend the warm greetings of people and government of Burundi.

General Assembly of African First Ladies Peace Mission

Ndayubaha informed the gathering that she was in Nigeria to participate in the 9th session of the General Assembly of African First Ladies Peace Mission.

News Agency of Nigeria

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the AFLPM was established in 1997 as an umbrella body of wives of African Heads of State and Government to play a supportive role to the African Union, regional organisations, and national governments in fostering peace and reducing conflicts and their effects on the African continent.

Democratic Republic of Congo

also reports that the event is expected to be attended ladies of Ghana, Burundi, Congo Brazzaville, Cote D`voire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Niger, Sao Tome and Pricipe, Mauritania, Sierra Leone and Namibia.

Source: NAN

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