Tuesday, 31 July 2012


President Goodluck Jonathan will be out of the country as from Tuesday to attend Trinidad and Tobago Emancipation Day and Jamaica’s Independence Anniversary Celebration.
A statement from the Office of the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity explains that 
President Jonathan is expected back in Abuja on Saturday, August  the 4th

During his visit to Trinidad and Tobago, President Jonathan with the Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, will review the Kambule Street Procession, the major event marking the country's Emancipation Day on Wednesday, August 1
He will present a Goodwill Message to the Procession, pay a courtesy call on Professor George Maxwell Richards, President of Trinidad and Tobago and meet with members of the Nigerian community resident in that country 
President Jonathan will attend the Emancipation Day Cultural Programme at the Lidj Yasu Omowale Emancipation Village, and be hosted to a State Banquet by the President of Trinidad and Tobago.
The President’s Official visit to Jamaica will commence on Thursday, August 2, with a Special Commemorative Session of Parliament in his honor, after which he will be hosted by the Jamaican Prime Minister, Portia Simpson-Miller.
Other activities of President Jonathan in Jamaica will include participation in a Mello Go Round at the National Stadium, a bilateral meeting in the Prime Minister’s office, a meeting with the Nigerian Community and a luncheon hosted by the Governor-General of Jamaica, Patrick Allen.

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