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AMBASSADOR CHIEF EDDY ONUOHA PRESENTS LETTERS OF
CREDENCE TO PRESIDENT OF HUNGARY,
H.E. JÁNOS ÁDER ON 26TH OCTOBER, 2012
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to
Hungary, His Excellency Chief Eddy Onuoha presented his Letters of Credence to
the Hungarian President H.E. János Áder at the Sándor Palace, the official
residence of the President of Hungary, on Friday, 26th October, 2012.
Ambassador Onuoha was
escorted from the Residence to the Sándor
Palace by the Head of
Diplomatic Protocol in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Ferenc Szabó and
was accompanied by Her Excellency Mrs. Ngozi Onuoha and three Officials of the
Embassy of Nigeria. Upon his arrival at the Sándor Palace,
the Ambassador was met by the Commander of the Garrison, where military honours
were then rendered to the Ambassador by the Guard of Honour.
Importantly, Ambassador Onuoha presented his Letter of
Credence and Letter of Recall of his predecessor to the Hungarian President,
and also introduced members of his entourage. The Hungarian President then
invited the Ambassador to his office for private discussions and thereafter,
Ambassador Onuoha signed the Guest Book at the Sandor Palace.
After the discussions, the Ambassador and his entourage were escorted by the
Head of Diplomatic Protocol to the Heroes
Square where the Ambassador laid a wreath at the Monument of Hungarian Heroes.
After the presentation, the Ambassador hosted the
Nigerian Community where he spoke about President Goodluck Jonathan’s
transformation agenda and emphasized the need for collaboration between the
Embassy and Nigerians living in Hungary.
There was also a dinner reception held later in the evening for members of the
Diplomatic Corp which was well attended.
Ambassador Chief Eddy
Onuoha was educated at Watford College Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom and he is a member of several
Federal Government Committees and many organizations in Nigeria.
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