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  • Secretary Kerry addresses reports in Lagos, Nigeria - 01/25/2015

    Secretary John Kerry - Remarks at a Press Availability in Lagos, Nigeria

  • Secretary of State, John Kerry Travel to Lagos

    Secretary Kerry will travel to Lagos, Nigeria, on January 25 to emphasize the importance of ensuring the upcoming elections are peaceful, non-violent, and credible.

  • President Obama's 2015 State of the Union Address

    President Obama's 2015 State of the Union Address

  • Ambassador Entwistle answers questions from CNN’s Chris Cuomo about U.S.-Nigeria security cooperation and the fight against Boko Haram

    Ambassador Entwistle Speaks to CNN about Nigeria’s Security Situation

  • Several people holding up small signs. (Photo Credit: Idika Onyukwu)

    2015 Elections: Youth Leaders of Political Parties Pledge Non-violence

  • U.S. Consul General, Jeffrey Hawkins, Chief of the Naval Staff, UO Jubrin, U.S. and Nigerian officials and members of the Naval Officers Wives Association at the reception of NNS, Okpabana. Lagos Consulate Photo

    On behalf of the United States, we are very excited to see the arrival of the NNS Okpabana - Consul General Jeffrey Hawkins

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  • U.S. Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Borno State

    The United States condemns the recent escalation of attacks on civilians carried out by Boko Haram, which shows no regard for human life. All those responsible for these recurring terrorist attacks must be held accountable. 

  • United States Condemns Suspected Boko Haram Attack in Gumsuri

    The United States condemns in the strongest terms an attack on the village of Gumsuri reported to have been perpetrated by Boko Haram that took place on December 14. Nigerian military sources confirm at least 16 dead, including the chief imam of the village. 

  • United States Condemns Bombings in Jos and Kano

    The United States condemns in the strongest terms the December 11 twin bombing attack in the central Nigerian city of Jos that killed dozens of people and injured scores more.  

  • US Embassy staff join in the walk for humanity to mark 2014 Human rights Day in Abuja -- Photo by Lawrence Nwabata
    Human Rights—A Daily Walk

    Speaking at a forum to commemorate Human Rights Day at Nigeria’s National Human Rights Commission in Abuja, Ambassador Entwistle said that when human rights becomes a daily task, “it is possible to produce a more perfect union and a more perfect world, where every human being lives freely and with dignity.”  

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