The Foreign Affairs Ministers of Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria had separate audience with the Prime Minister and Head of Government Philemon Yang this Tuesday 12th April 2016
During the separate audience, each of them handed a sealed message from their President to President Paul Biya.
The Equato - Guinean Minister of Foreign Affairs and Co-operation, Agapito Mba Mokuy who was the first to be received handed his sealed letter from his President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.
Shortly after, he discussed issues of cooperation and fraternity between the two countries.
He also briefed reporters on his country’s mood before elections few days from now, saying everything is going on smoothly and that his government has urged its Nationals to be promoters of peace as they actively participate in the voting process.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs Khadidja Boukar Ibrahim came after with a sealed letter from his President Muhammadu Buhari.
After a close to 15 minutes talks with the Prime Minister he later on told reporters that the relations between Cameroon and Nigeria is progressing positively.
Common security issues and the plight of Nigerian refugees were also part of their discussions.
He was accompanied to the Prime Minister’s Office by the Nigerian High Commissioner to Cameroon Hadidja Moustapha.