Nigerian Delegates Participate in AFRICOM Media Visit Program

A delegation of 11 Nigerians, consisting of military members and members of the Nigerian media, pose for a group photo at the commands headquarters building during a visit to U.S. Africa Command, Stuttgart, Germany, January 29, 2013. The Nigerian delegates visited the command as part of the AFRICOM Media Visit Program.  The goal of the five day seminar is to offer journalists a detailed understanding of AFRICOM's mission, objectives and engagement programs on the African continent. Journalists can then use that information in their reporting.  (US AFRICOM photo by Staff Sergeant Olufemi A. Owolabi)
A delegation of 11 Nigerians, consisting of military members and members of the Nigerian media, pose for a group photo at the commands headquarters building during a visit to U.S. Africa Command, Stuttgart, Germany, January 29, 2013. The Nigerian delegates visited the command as part of the AFRICOM Media Visit Program. The goal of the five day seminar is to offer journalists a detailed understanding of AFRICOM's mission, objectives and engagement programs on the African continent. Journalists can then use that information in their reporting. (US AFRICOM photo by Staff Sergeant Olufemi A. Owolabi)
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