Ambassador Omar meets President Felix of Congo, presents a letter of credence

Omar while signing the visitors’ book

The Nigerian Ambassador appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Engr Omar Suleiman has officially presented his letter of Credence to President Felix Tshisekedi.

Officials Photo with Nigerian Diplomat in Congo with President Felix

Omar in a Phone interview with our correspondent said the official exercise is a guide that is making him hit the ground running in building bilateral ties in the area of mineral products Congo is known for.

According to him Mineral Products constitute most of the country’s total exports and Diamonds account for almost one-half of the trade revenue, these are some of the areas the duo countries will establish stronger ties.

He said the Republic of Congo is also good in copper, cobalt, gold, Coltan, Zinc, Tin, Tungsten, and good in consumer products which include textiles, Plastics, Footwear, Processed foods, beverages so many that can attract Nigerian investors.

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“I presented a letter of my credence with which President Muhammad Buhari appointed me as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Democratic Republic of Congo, President Felix Tshisekedi,” Omar said

The Adamawa born politician had a successful career in Nigeria Port Authority and retired as Managing Director of the organization assured to make a good representation that will sell Nigeria well in DR Congo.

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