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What Vulgar Remarks? Trump and Nigeria’s Leader Studiously Avoid a Clash

A few months after President Trump’s disparaging comments roiled African nations, Nigeria’s president stuck to other topics in a White House visit....


Published By: New York Times-Nigeria - Monday, 30 April

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