The African Union’s Peace and Security Council will hold a meeting on Wednesday.
The President, Goodluck Jonathan, on Monday afternoon left Abuja for Oyo in the Republic of Congo to consult with his Congolese counterpart, President Denis Nguesso, on the current security situation in West and Central Africa.
The consultation was ahead of the meeting of the African Union’s Peace and Security Council which opens in the Congolese town on Wednesday.
A statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Rueben Abati, stated that President Jonathan, who was accompanied by some of his principal aides and advisers, will return to Abuja on Tuesday morning.
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