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Buhari mourns former UN chief, Kofi Annan

President Muhammad Buhari has sent his condolence to the government and people of Ghana over the death of the death of the former Secretary General of United Nations Kofi Annan.

President Buhari called the President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo of from London,  mentioning how the Late Annan has worked in repositioning West Africa and the world at large.

This is a big lose for all ecowas state and they world will miss him. As the first elected staff of the United Nations to lead the world organisation, the President noted that Annan’s humility, nobility and love for humanity set him apart for global greatness, achieving recognition and commendation for the reform of the United Nations’ bureaucracy and multiple interventions to bring peace to the world.

President Buhari said Mr Annan’s origin and home will always be traced to Ghana, but his exceptional leadership roles, humanitarian spirit and contributions to global peace and development will remain indelible in the history of the entire world, especially the efforts to combat HIV/AIDS in Africa and launch of the UN Global Compact.

The president sent condolences to the wife of the diplomat, Nane Maria Annan, and his family members, staff of the United Nations and the global organisations he was heading, like The Elders, which was founded by Nelson Mandela.

President Buhari prayed that the almighty God will comfort his family and all his loved ones.



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