11.10.2022 Extra PHOTOS: Debo Adesina Hosts Ceremony to Mark Nigeria’s Independence

Published 11th Oct, 2022


Debo Adesina, Nigeria’s ambassador to Togo, over the weekend hosted an evening cocktail event to celebrate Nigeria’s independence.

In a bid to mark the 62nd anniversary of the country’s freedom from colonial rule, Adesina played host to Affoh Atcha-Dedji, Togo’s minister of transportation, aviation and roads, who represented Faure Gnassingbe, Togo’s president.

He also had members of the diplomatic community over for a symbolic cake-cutting and merriment.

L-R: Affoh Atcha-Dedji with Debo Adesina
Adesina and Atcha-Dedji cut a cake to mark Nigeria’s independence
Adesina with guests
Atcha-Dedji with guests

Published 11th Oct, 2022



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