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FG Hails Commitment To Service Of Nigeria’s Trade Ambassador To WTO, Abdulhamid

The Federal Government has hailed the commitment to service of Nigeria’s Trade Ambassador To World Trade Organisation, Dr Adamu Abdulhamid.

In a letter with reference number: T/PAL/24087/5.4109/Vol.1/3 dated October 5 and addressed to him, the Permanent Secretary, Dr Evelyn Ngige said Abdulhamid has demonstrated competence in the discharge of his duties.
 She said the experience of Abdulhamid during the 12th Ministerial Conference in Geneva was a testimony to the robust professionalism with which he has supported the Nigerian-born current Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala.

The letter reads, “I write this commendation letter in acknowledgement of the sterling qualities that have been the hallmark of your person and service to the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment and the Federal Government of Nigeria in your current capacity as the county’s Trade Ambassador to the World Trade Organisation.

“Your stewardship at the Nigeria Trade Office Geneva has impacted positively on Nigeria’s trade diplomacy. Your commitment, high professionalism, dedication and patriotism came handy in enhancing the gains of Nigeria at the 12th Ministerial Conference of the WTO held from 12 to 16 June 2022.

“You skillful guided the participation of the Nigerian contingent in various rounds of negotiations at the Conference.

“Indeed, the experience during the conference was a testimony to the robust professionalism with which you have supported the Nigerian-born current Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala.

“Accordingly, the Ministry appreciated your consistent hard-work and patriotic service.

“We are confident that you wil continue  to do the country proud.  Please accept my congratulations and best wishes for greater achievements.”

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