Chargé d’Affaires David J. Young – Remarks for “Report Yourself” Website Launch

Distinguished guests, I want to thank you once again for participating in this outstanding initiative to address corruption in Nigeria.  Nigeria is the single most important strategic partner for the United States in Africa and in order to successfully further our shared goals, the U.S. Mission in Nigeria has made combating corruption a central priority.  ...
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U.S. Embassy Abuja Deputy Chief of Mission David J. Young Remarks for International Anti-Corruption Day Roundtable

Welcome Honorable Justices of the Appeals Court, Honorable House and Senate Anti-Corruption Committee Chairs all other protocols observed. Good morning and welcome to the U.S. Embassy.  We sincerely appreciate the opportunity to host this distinguished group to discuss one of the most important policy issues of our time – fighting corruption.   Tomorrow, we will commemorate ...
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Assistant Secretary Thomas-Greenfield Lauds Religious Leaders Fighting Corruption in Nigeria

Lagos ––The U. S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, met with five steering members of the Religious Leaders Anti-Corruption Committee on August 25 to discuss their ongoing efforts to counter corruption in Nigeria through teaching, preaching, and government advocacy. Reverend Ladi Thompson of the Living Waters Unlimited Church and Imam Shefiu ...
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Readout: Secretary Kerry’s Meeting With Federal Republic of Nigeria President Buhari (May 12, 2016)

The following is attributable to Spokesperson John Kirby: Secretary Kerry met today in London with Federal Republic of Nigeria President Buhari. They met on the sidelines of the Anti-Corruption Summit hosted by UK Prime Minister David Cameron. The Secretary thanked President Buhari for his efforts to address corruption issues and for his decision to join ...
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