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NIGERIA NATIONAL DAY CELEBRATION- THE MAIN EVENT OF DIPLOMATIC LIFE IN BUCHAREST

Nigeria celebrates 50th Independence Anniversary.

Today, Nigeria celebrates her 50th Independence Anniversary as she remembers the sacrifice of the founding fathers of the nation, as well as our own responsibility to present and future generations.

Nigeria is a multi-cultural and multi-religious society with a population of about 150 million and over 350 spoken languages and dialects. There is therefore unity in diversity, and the freedom to live practice one’s creed freely and anywhere are upheld in the constitution. The Government and people are firmly committed to holding free, fair and credible elections during the next cycle of local, state and national elections. In this regard all the necessary steps to ensure the success of the process has been taken care of.

      The Nigerian Government is also working to strengthen the institutional structures for combating corruption, financial crimes, and other vices like human and drug trafficking. The reform of the financial sector to make it more accountable and transparent continues. This is to ensure that Nigeria enjoys political stability, social harmony and economic growth. To this end, Nigeria as the largest market in Africa, welcomes serious investors from Romania and elsewhere, as the investment climate continues to improve and gives very good returns, especially in power, oil and gas, mining, agriculture and finance sectors.  

President of Federal Republic of Nigeria Dr.Goodluck Ebele Jonathan                                                            

Nigeria emerged from colonialism in 1960 into a whole new world of independence and sovereignty, to take on the task of nation-building, and to play the international role that destiny had conferred on it. And although it has not been easy-going, the achievements so far outweigh whatever demerits against it. The country continues to tackle its myriad problems with sincerity of purpose and all the seriousness they deserved.

At the international scene, it had participated in numerous UN peacekeeping missions, as well as in similar regional endeavours like the ECOMOG that successfully brought peace to Liberia and Sierra Leone. In its capacity as Chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Nigeria is pleased to report that substantial progress has been made in bringing peace and stability to countries in the Community that were until recently embroiled in political crises. Nigeria has and will continue to be an active participant in the work of the United Nations, striving therein to promote national, regional and global objectives.

       Like other developing countries, Nigeria has had its own fair share of challenges like the problems of restive youth, which it must overcome. On the positive side, Nigeria has recorded remarkable progress in the provision of universal basic education and is also in the process of harmonizing baseline data that would assist in the proper monitoring and evaluation of all MDG projects.

      Nigeria greatly values its long and cordial bilateral relations with Romania and strives to find avenues for taking these relations to greater heights. Romanian scholarships given to Nigerian students over the years, including those on self sponsorship, have enabled them to make meaningful contributions to the various sectors of the Nigerian society like industry, academics, medicine and others. Conversely, Romanians are employed in the various sectors of Nigerian industry as skilled managers and engineers.

          Long live Federal Republic of Nigeria, long live Romania, and long live Nigeria Romania relations.

 

Mba Ama Mba

Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to Romania.

       1st October, 2010

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ZIUA NIGERIEI SARBATORITA CU FAST SI STRALUCIRE LA BUCURESTI

NIGERIA SARBATORESTE CEA DE-A 50-A ANIVERSARE A INDEPENDENTEI

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Astazi Nigeria sarbatoreste cea de-a 50-a aniversare amintindu-si de sacrificiul parintilor fondatori ai natiunii ca si responsabilitatea fata de actuala si viitoarele generatii.

 Nigeria reprezinta o societate multi-culturala si multi-religioasa cu o populatie de aproximativ 150 milioane de locuitori si peste 350 de limbi si dialecte vorbite. Este, asadar,  o unitate in diversitate, si libertatea de a practica fiecare crezul sau in mod liber si oriunde sunt confirmate de constitutie. Guvernul si poporul sunt ferm angajate pentru desfasurarea de alegeri libere, corecte si credibile in timpul viitoarelor alegeri locale, nationale si de stat. In acest scop au fost luate toate masurile necesare pentru a asigura succesul acestui process.

Guvernul nigerian se preocupa de consolidarea structurilor institutionale de prevenire a coruptiei, delictelor financiare si alte vicii cum sunt traficul de droguri si fiinte umane. Reforma sectorului financiar de a devenit mai usor de verificat si transparent continua de asemeni. Aceasta pentru a asigura ca Nigeria sa se bucure de stabilitate politica, armonie sociala si crestere economica. In acest scop, Nigeria fiind cea mai mare piata de desfacere in Africa, intimpina pe investitorii seriosi din Romania si de pretutindeni, de vreme ce climatul de investii continua sa se imbunatateasca si sa genereze rezultate foarte bune, in special in sectoarele de electricitate, petrol si gaze, minerit, agricultura si finante.

 

Presedintele Republicii Federale a Nigeriei Dr.Goodluck Ebele Jonathan 

Nigeria a iesit din colonialism in anul 1960 si a intrat in cu totul alta lume noua de independenta si suveranitate, asumandu-si sarcina de a construi o natiune care sa joace un rol international pe care destinul i l-a conferit. Si desi nu a fost usor, realizarile de pana acum depasesc lipsurile care s-au impotrivit. Tara continua sa resolve cu sinceritatea si seriozitatea pe care o merita numeroasele probleme.

La scena internationala, tara a participat la numeroase misiuni de mentinere a pacii ale Natiunilor Unite, si de asemeni in incercari regionale similare ca ECOMOG care a adus cu success pacea in Liberia si Sierra Leone.  In functia sa de Presedinte al Comunitatii Economice a Statelor din Africa de Vest  (ECOWAS), Nigeria este incantata sa mentioneze ca un progress substantial a fost facut in aducerea pacii si stabilitatii in tarile Comunitatii care pana de curiand au suferit crize politice. Nigeria a fost si continua sa fie participant activ in munca Natiunilor Unite, straduindu-se sa promoveze in cadrul lor obiectivele nationale, regionale si globale.

Ca si alte tari in dezvoltare, Nigeria s-a confruntat cu framantari cum ar fi problemele tineretului nerabdator care trebuie invins. Un lucru pozitiv, Nigeria a inregistrat progrese remarcabile in pregatirea educatiei de baza universala si este de asemenea in procesul de armonizare a datelor de baza care vor ajuta la o monitorizare si evaluare corecta a tuturor proiectelor MDG.  

Nigeria pretuieste in mod deosebit relatiile vechi si cordiale cu Romania si se straduie sa gaseasca cai pentru ca aceste relatii sa atinga culmi mai inalte. Bursele romanesti care au fost acordate studentilor nigerieni de-a lungul anilor, incluzand si pe aceia pe cont propriu, le-a dat posibilitatea acestora sa aduca o contributie semnificativa in sectoarele diverse ale societatii nigeriene ca industria, invatamintul, medicina si altele. Pe de alta parte, romanii sunt angajati in sectoare variate ale industriei nigeriene ca ingineri si manageri iscusiti.

Traiasca Republica Federala Nigeria, traiasca Romania, traiasca relatiile dintre Nigeria si Romania.

 Mba Ama Mba

Ambasador al Republicii Federale Nigeria in Romania

1 octombrie 2010

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