Kofi Annan was the epitome of international diplomacy—which is why he was both an inspiration and a disappointment. In this piece published in Foreign Policy, James Truab, who authored a book chronicling Annan’s tenure in the UN, gives a unique insight into one of Africa’s greatest statesmen.
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The Nigerian community in the United States of America is mulling setting up a community banks in Washington to serve their needs. Talks have reached an advanced stage to set up Nigeria Federal Credit Union.
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