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Kyari Was Dedicated, Played Key Role In Return Of $300m Abacha Loot – U.S Govt

Chief of Employees to the President, Mr Abba Kyari, attends the Federal Govt Council assembly on the State Home in Abuja on July 25, 2018.


The USA authorities has described the late Chief of Employees to the President, Malam Abba Kyari as a devoted public servant and revered interlocutor for the American authorities.

In a condolence message to President Muhammadu Buhari, the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Tibor Nagy, eulogized the necessary position performed by Kyari within the repatriation of over $300 million in funds stolen by former head of state, Sani Abacha.

‘‘Kyari was a valued and revered interlocutor for the U.S. authorities and significantly for our management staff in Abuja.

‘‘We recognize working with him on many necessary issues, together with the return to the Nigerian individuals of over $300 million in funds stolen by Sani Abacha.

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‘‘He envisioned the funds going to 3 geographically disparate infrastructure initiatives as a strategy to unite Nigeria economically,’’ Nagy mentioned.

The U.S. Assistant Secretary famous that this imaginative and prescient, encapsulated by the late Chief of Employees, was a mirrored image of his tireless championing of a stable and affluent future for Nigeria.

‘‘His dedication to this matter, to fighting corruption, and to countless other investments and policies for the future of Nigeria will leave a lasting impact on your country,’’ President Trump’s lead diplomat for Africa wrote within the condolence message.

Whereas commiserating with the federal government and folks of Nigeria, the Kyari household on the loss, the U.S. authorities pledged to face with Nigeria within the battle in opposition to the coronavirus pandemic.

The President additionally acquired condolence messages from Usani Uguru Usani former Minister of Niger Delta, Alhaji Sabiu Bako, Kano-based businessman and Bataure Abdulazziz, a commerce union chief.

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