ISLAMISATION: Secret Delegation From Nigeria Arrives Pakistan For Talks (DETAILS)
By Ephraim Adiele | Associate Editor – Nov 11, 2015
General Muhammed Buhari (Rtd) at an All Progressive Congress event
A secret 10-member delegation from Nigeria arrived Pakistan on Tuesday, November 10, 2015, according to the Associated Press of Pakistan. The purpose of the 10-man delegation has been shrouded in secrecy but an informed security source who did not want to be named told The Trent that the visit may not be unconnected to ongoing plans by the Buhari
administration to reopen talks with the Arab world on Nigeria’s re-admission into the global Islamic community.
“The Buhari government has been making covert plans to re-establish Nigeria with the global Islamic community. The 10-man delegation from Nigeria to Pakistan is tasked with this assignment. Pakistan is the first in a series of countries they have been scheduled to visit,” the source said.
News about the 10-man visit to Pakistan was first broken in the Nigerian media on Monday by online newspaper, SIGNAL. Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu who spoke to a SIGNAL correspondent on Monday promised to confirm and revert on details of the reported visit.
Investigations by The Trent, confirm that the presidential spokesman has refrained from making any further discussion on the issue as he has failed to revert on previous and fresh enquires on the matter.
The secretive nature of the Buhari government has been a source of concern by human rights and democracy groups in Nigeria.
Culled from thetrentonline.com