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Friday, August 10, 2012

Hillary Clinton Is Really Looking Great Visiting Nigeria

President Goodluck Jonathan welcomes United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the Presidential Villa, on Thursday. Photo: STATE HOUSE.

Is Secretary Hillary Clinton getting younger or older?
Is she not going to be 65 on October 26? But she is looking twenty years younger when she arrived Nigeria Thursday August 9, 2012.


She really enjoyed her African tour as the ABC even commended her "Informal Diplomacy" and showed her dancing happily in South Africa. Secretary Clinton is so full of life!

video platform video management video solutions video player I thank God she is looking great in spite of the awesome challenges of her job as the 67th United States Secretary of State, and she is really doing a great job and I rate her as the best U.S Secretary of State since Madeleine Albright. Secretary Clinton has achieved some remarkable successes in the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe since she assumed office on January 21, 2009.
Remarks Following Expanded Meeting with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan And the National Security Council Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State Presidential Villa Abuja, Nigeria August 9, 2012 Well, thank you very much, Mr. President, and those were extremely kind and generous words. But I appreciate that you know how committed the United States and the Obama Administration is to our partnership with your country. We consider it absolutely vital, and through our bi-national commission, which, as you mentioned, has helped us to expand and deepen our cooperation on a full range of issues, we are working on economic matters, the improvement and the productivity of agriculture, education and health, security, the diversification of your economy, and so much more. We intend to remain very supportive on your reform efforts. Thank you for mentioning the work we did together on the elections. We’re also very supportive of the anticorruption reform efforts, more transparency, and the work that you and your team is also championing, because we really believe that the future for Nigeria is limitless. But the most important task that you face, as you have said, is making sure that there are better opportunities for all Nigerians – north, south, east, west – every young boy and girl to have a chance to fulfill his or her God-given potential. And we want to work with you and we will be by your side as you make the reforms and take the tough decisions that are necessary. So thank you, Mr. President, for this meeting. (Applause.) PRN: 2012/ T69-24

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