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Published On: Thu, Jul 25th, 2019

PDP seeks stronger Nigeria-UK ties

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By Lateef Ibrahim, Abuja

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus on Wednesday congratulated the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Mr. Boris Johnson, as he assumes office.
The PDP also congratulated the Government of United Kingdom on the successful election of a new Prime Minister.
The party made the felicitation in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Mr Kola Ologbondiyan in Abuja.
The leading opposition party said that it is looking forward to an enhanced synergy that would boost democracy and good governance within Commonwealth States as well as reinvigorate trade and economic activities, free press, increase access to education and transfer of technology; greater cooperation in security and military needs, among many other areas of mutual interests between Nigeria and the United Kingdom.
The statement reads, “The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus, on behalf of the National Executive Committee and teeming members of the PDP congratulates the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Mr. Boris Johnson, as he assumes office.
“As we look forward to the days ahead, the PDP is confident of a more proactive Britain, in her relationship with Nigeria in critical sectors of our national life.
“We look forward to an enhanced synergy that would boost democracy and good governance within Commonwealth States as well as reinvigorate trade and economic activities, free press, increase access to education and transfer of technology; greater cooperation in security and military needs, among many other areas of mutual interests between Nigeria and the United Kingdom.
“The PDP also congratulates the Government of United Kingdom on the successful election of a new Prime Minister”, it said.

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