Lagos - The Joint United Nations Programme on
HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) Executive Director, Michel Sidibé, will on
Sunday resume a on a three-day official visit to Nigeria.
Sidibé, who is also Under Secretary General of the UN, is
during the visit expected to meet President Muhammadu Buhari, as well as the
Ministers of Budget and National Planning, Finance, Health, Women Affairs and
the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory.
He will visit Abuja, Lagos and Ota.
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Charles-Martin Jjuuko, Communications and Global Outreach
Officer at UNAIDS Nigeria, said Sidibé will be in Nigeria to discuss fast
tracking the response to ensure that the country can end AIDS by 2030.
“He will also to invite President Buhari to
attend the United Nations High Level Meeting (June 08-10) and actively
participate in the development of the 2016 Political Declaration on AIDS,”
- CAJ News