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  • Ambassador James Entwistle delivering his remarks at 
workshop opening.  --Embassy photo by Sani Mohammed

    “We support an election process that protects the rights of Nigerians.” --Ambassador Entwistle

  • Ambassador Entwistle pose with the Emir of Kano Malam Muhammadu  Sanusi II. Embassy Photo by Sani Mohammed

    Ambassador Entwistle Meets Kano’s New Emir

  • Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of African Affairs with MS. Jensen - LiveatState: The U.S. and Africa

    LiveAtState: U.S.-Africa Relations, the YALI Summit, and the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit - Linda Thomas-Greenfield Assistant Secretary, Bureau of African Affairs

  • Ambassador Entwistle interacting with some of the Kano 
paddy rice farmers who are selling their products to UMZA 
Rice Mill.  Embassy photo by Sani Mohammed

    “The future of Nigeria’s economy lies in processed agricultural goods, not oil “– Ambassador Entwistle

  • U.S. Ambassador James F. Entwistle proposes a toast in celebration of the 238th Independence anniversary of the United States of America in Abuja, July 4, 2014 -- photo by Idika U. Onyukwu

    U.S. Remains Optimistic about Nigeria’s Greatness – Ambassador Entwistle

  • FLOTUS: Our prayers are with the missing Nigerian girls and their families. It's time to #BringBackOurGirls. -mo

    U.S. to Help Nigeria in the Search for Kidnapped Girls

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