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‘Jonathan wasn’t expected in Canada’: Embassy denies cancellation of state visit Back To List
‘Jonathan wasn’t expected in Canada’: Embassy denies cancellation of state visit
Following reports that a proposed state visit by President Goodluck Jonathan to Canada was cancelled, the country’s embassy has responded. The Canadian High Commission has described the rumours as false while also saying that there was no such scheduled visit. There were widespread insinuations that the Canadian government cancelled the Nigerian president’s visit following his signing of a law criminalizing homosexuality. Leadership reports: The reports also said that the Nigerian Ambassador to Canada, Ojo Madueke, was told to inform President Jonathan that the state visit to..,

 

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