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Monday, 5 September 2016

Nigeria Replies U.S. Congressman, Says Letter Is 'Off key With Reality'

The Federal Government of Nigeria has portrayed as 'off key with reality', the distributed letter from U.S. Congressman, Tom Marino, to Secretary of State John Kerry, asking the U.S. to withhold security help to Nigeria on the quality of some claimed infraction by the Buhari organization.

In an announcement issued in Abuja on Sunday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Mr Lai Mohammed, said congressman Marino was inadequately educated about the issues he remarked on.

He asked why he didn't go to considerable lengths to get firsthand data from the U.S. Government office in Nigeria or whatever other sound source before taking part in what is only a 'purposeful publicity of his own creative energy'.

'Tired Argument'

Mr Mohammed said: "Instability anyplace is shakiness all over the place. Had congressman Marino comprehended this, he would not have made the sort of call he made concerning the U.S. security help to Nigeria.

"The Boko Haram rebellion that Nigeria has unequivocally managed under President Muhammadu Buhari is a Nigerian issue as well as a local and global emergency".

The Minister further portrayed congressman Marino's depiction of the organization's against defilement endeavors as "specific" as a drained contention that unmistakably demonstrates that the us official more likely than not affixed his mark to somebody's composed line.

He said Nigeria is pleased that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, to whom the congressman tended to his letter, is more proficient, better informed and certainly more active concerning Nigerian issues.


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