Nigerian Delegates Participate in U.S. Africa Command Media Visit Program

A delegation of 11 Nigerians, consisting of military members and members of the Nigerian media, visited U.S. Africa Command headquarters Jan. 29, 2013.



By Staff Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi U.S. Africa Command Public Affairs STUTTGART, Germany Jan 30, 2013
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Nigerian Army Col. Mohammed Yerima, director of Defense Information Nigerian Armed Forces, participated in a discussion as part of the U.S. Africa Command Media Visit Program during a visit to U.S. Africa Command headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, on Jan. 29, 2013. The goal of the five-day seminar was to offer journalists a detailed understanding of U.S. Africa Command's mission, objectives and engagement programs in Africa to better inform their reporting.

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