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The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama has reproved Nigerians dwelling in Zimbabwe to be enterprising and to regard laws of their host nation.

Onyeama gave the council on Tuesday at a Town Hall meeting and Dinner with Nigerians living in Zimbabwe.

The priest drove the Federal Government appointment to convey help materials to Zimbabwe, which was as of late hit by tropical catastrophe tornado Idai.

He additionally encouraged Nigerians in Zimbabwe to disregard any conduct fit for depicting Nigeria in poor light in the nation, including that they have a ton to do to recover the picture of the government because of activities of a couple of awful ones.

The priest said President Muhammadu Buhari drove government was resolved to connect with ultimately and coordinate Nigerians in the diaspora to empower them to share in the political and financial improvement of the nation.

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“The Diaspora Commission had quite recently been made with the goal for government to put and completely draw in Nigerians in the diaspora,” he said.

Onyeama guaranteed Nigerians in Zimbabwe of the assurance of Buhari organization to address framework and power deficiency in the nation.

He said in recent years, and no speculation was made in the power part. However, Buhari was endeavoring to put vigorously in it now.

He additionally said that Buhari was working assiduously to handle security challenges confronting the nation, including that tending to uncertainty is an essential worry of the president.

Prior, the Nigerian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mrs. Janet Bessong, said the visit of the clergyman would help the connection among Nigeria and Zimbabwe.

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She said Nigeria had an exceptionally lively network in Zimbabwe, saying “Nigerians living here mind their business and are adding to the financial improvement of the nation.”

She said that when the ongoing tropical fiasco occurred, Nigerians in Zimbabwe contributed cash and gave alleviation things to the legislature of the nation.

Rev. Chris Oparaocha, an indigene of Imo State, who had been living in Zimbabwe for a long time, prompted Buhari to increase exertion to address financial and security challenges in Nigeria.

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