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Suntain will soon return to Nigeria - Jang

31 January 2013, 16:12

Plateau - Gov. Jonah Jang of Plateau has said that Taraba Governor, Mr Danbaba Suntai, ``will soon return to Nigeria.’’

Suntai has been in a German hospital since October 2012 following his involvement in an air crash.

Jang, who visited Suntai in Germany, was speaking with newsmen on Thursday shortly after his arrival at the Yakubu Gowon Airport, Jos.

The governor, who was in Germany for a three-week official trip.

He said that " Gov. Suntai was ``doing very well. When I visited him in the hospital in Germany, we even strolled outside and discussed a lot of issues.

``He is fast recovering and will soon return to resume work.’’

Jang said that he also visited Mozambique where Mr Armando Guebuza, the President of country, indicated interest in discussing with Nigeria’s Goodluck Jonathan ``on some oil exploration matters.

``The Mozambican leader told me that he was looking forward to meeting with Jonathan to discuss on how Nigeria can help them in gas exploration.

``Nigeria’s High Commissioner to that country, Mrs Matilda Kwashe, is from Plateau and we were happy to find that she was helping to shore up bilateral relationship between Nigeria and Mozambique.’’

Jang described the trip as ``very successful and fruitful,’’ adding that, it availed him of the opportunity to woo more investors to exploit the abundant opportunities in Plateau.



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