Nigeria’s diversity has been described as a source of strength that would ensure the development of the country.
This disclosure was made by President President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja on Thursday when he received Letters of Credence from the Ambassador of Israel to Nigeria, Mr Shimon Ben-Shosan.
President Buhari while congratulating the new Israeli Envoy on his appointment made it known that the two countries have enjoyed a cordial bilateral relations.
In his response the new Israeli Ambassador Ben-Shosan congratulated President Buhari for his re-election and said he looks forward to bringing the Israeli Prime Minister and President to visit Nigeria and for the Nigerian President to visit Israel.
Similarly the Letters of Credence of the Sierra Leonean High Commissioner to Nigeria, Dr Solomon Gembeh was also presented to President Buhari in Abuja.
Gembeh on his part disclosed that President Julius Maada Bio in furthering the existing relationship between the two countries looks forward to attending the Democracy Day Celebrations in Abuja on June 12.
He also thanked Nigeria for its steadfast brotherly support to his country, saying during ECOMOG, Nigerian soldiers bled and died for us and added that During the Ebola crisis, the mudslide, Nigeria also stood by Sierra Leon.