The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari is to address the 75th United Nations General Assembly at the sessions of the general debate which holds 22 – 29th September.
Every September, the United Nations holds a general debate with Heads of government scheduled to address the Assembly.
This year, the, and President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria, is scheduled to speak on 22 September between 3 – 9 p.m. New York time. He is listed at number 13 under the afternoon session on the schedule.
According to the Under Secretary General who is in charge of the General Assembly and Conference Management, Movses Abelian the addresses are In line with the relevant provisions of the annex of resolution 51/241 of 31 July 1997.
He explained that the long list of Speakers also sent to Patmos Media Line, is customarily prepared on the basis of expressions of preference adjusted for protocol and taking into account existing traditions in order to best accommodate the needs of the Member States. Emphasis was placed on the principle of “first-come, first served” in terms of time of inscription.