After reaching the end of her three and a half years of stay, Mrs. Hadiza Mustapha made a farewell to the Secretary General of the Presidency, the Prime Minister and the President of the Senate on 19 May.
The High Commissioner of Nigeria to Cameroon is is gone. Mrs. Hadiza Moustapha left Yaounde after spending three and a half years. She said goodbye to the highest Cameroonian authorities on 19 May 2016. Her tour led led her to the Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, the President of the Senate, Marcel Niat Njifenji, and also in the offices of Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic which received the Nigerian diplomat “in the name of the Head of State.“
With her hosts, Mrs. Moustapha spoke about the good points of cooperation, active cooperation, marked by the agreements signed during the time she spent in Cameroon. A stay which she will keep very good memories. Including receiving her President in her home country during her time as a diplomat, and participated in the organization of two official visits of the President of Cameroon, Paul Biya, in her country.
The national television reveals that it’s when the Ambassador of Nigeria was stationed in Cameroon that the Islamist terrorist sect was greatly weakened, and relations between Cameroon and her country intensified.