Hillary Clinton in closed door meeting with Security Chiefs in Abuja

President Goodluck Jonathan shake hand with U.S Sec of State, Hillary Clinton to welcome her to Abuja. Photo: NAN

President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday held a closed-door meeting with the visiting U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Mrs. Clinton, who arrived at the Villa at 3.57 p.m., was received by the Foreign Minister, Olugbenga Ashiru.

The secretary of state, who was accompanied by officials of the U. S. Embassy in Nigeria and some diplomats, also had another meeting with Security Chiefs.

They include all the Service Chiefs, the National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, and the Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Abubakar.

Security issues in Nigeria and other African countries were discussed during the meeting between Mrs. Clinton and the Security Chiefs which lasted for more than two and half hours.

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