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"Nigeria already feels like home”, said UNICEF’s new Representative Mohamed Fall

November 26, 2016 lawson james 0 Comments

"Nigeria already feels like home”, said UNICEF’s new Representative Mohamed Fall

"Nigeria already feels like home”, said UNICEF’s new Representative Mohamed Fall (left) as he took over the role at a ceremony in Abuja this morning,
officially presenting his credentials to Nigeria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, His Excellency Geoffrey Onyeama.

 "I am honoured to be a part of this challenging and incredible endeavor to help children in Nigeria achieve their full potential, to grow into healthy, well-educated and fulfilled future leaders of the country”, said the new Representative. Fall originally hails from Senegal and has worked for UNICEF in many parts of the world, most recently as Representative in the Central African Republic.

 “I commit to working as a dedicated partner with the Government of Nigeria, our colleagues in the United Nations family, our Nigerian and international non-governmental partners, and our generous donors, alongside the hardworking and deeply committed UNICEF Nigeria staff. “I am also honoured to succeed the much-loved and highly respected previous Representative, Jean Gough, who has now taken up her new role as Regional Director of UNICEF in South Asia”, he added.

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