HOW PRESIDENT MACRON HUMANIZED FRANCE DURING HIS VISIT TO NIGERIA

By Magnus Onyibe Uncharacteristic of a visiting President, the most cherished location that president Emmanuel Macron, the affable French President wanted to be was not Aso

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