UNGA: Nigeria Seeks Stronger Global Partnership For Africa Against Terrorism


By Cecilia Ologunagba

The National Security Adviser of Nigeria, Nuhu Ribadu has called for a stronger partnership with the global community against terrorism in Africa.

Ribadu made the call at the opening of the Preparatory Ministerial-Level Meeting of African Member States on the 2024 African Counter-Terrorism Summit, with the theme “ Strengthening Regional Cooperation and Institutional Building in Adress the Evolving Threat of Terrorism in Africa.’’

The UN correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the meeting held in New York on the sidelines of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly was to discuss the 2024 Africa Counter-Terrorism Summit slated for Nigeria in April 2024.

“For terrorism to be defeated, we need to see the development of new and strengthened partnerships, both between African member states and between Africa and the rest of the international community, to tackle the threat of terrorism and violent extremism.

“It is in this…

Source: News Agency of Nigeria