President Muhammadu Buhari will travel from Abuja today for N’Djamena, Chad, to take an interest in the Extraordinary Session of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD).
Garba Shehu, the president’s senior special assistance on media and publicity , affirmed this in an announcement in Abuja on Friday.
Shehu said Buhari and other provincial pioneers would join President Idriss Deby, current administrator of CEN-SAD Conference, to think on political and security issues, among others. The presidential associate said the provincial heads would likewise ponder on condition of harmony and approaches to address multifaceted dangers in CEN-SAD zone, particularly Boko Haram and displaced people.
He said that the pioneers would make a statement on the passage into power of CEN-SAD amended Treaty expected to fast track the acknowledgment of the destinations of the body.
“Amid the opening Session of the Conference, exceptional Awards will be given to heads of state and military contingents in Mali, Sudan, Somalia, Central African Republic and in the Lake Chad Basin,” Shehu said.
Made by the Treaty of Tripoli on February 4, 1998, with six establishing individuals, Nigeria joined the present 29-part local financial network in 2001.
The gathering looks to fundamentally create an unhindered commerce region in Africa just as to “fortify harmony, security and steadiness, and accomplish worldwide monetary and social advancement of its individuals.”
Designations from 22 part nations are normal at the unprecedented gathering of CEN-SAD holding at the Radisson Blu Hotel, N’Djamena.
Sudan, which is an individual from CEN-SAD, may not be spoken to at the gathering following socio-political vulnerabilities in the nation brought about by the evacuation of President Omar Al-Bashir from office by the Sudanese military on Thursday.
NAN said Al-Bashir had prior shown enthusiasm to go to the CEN-SAD gathering holding from Friday to Saturday