By Abiodun Alade

President-elect Muhammadu Buhari received members of the diplomatic corps at the Defence House in Abuja on Monday, according to a tweet from his office.

“Today was quite busy for @MBuhari. He received 15 Ambassadors who came to deliver goodwill messages from their respective countries,” the tweet reads.

Among the Ambassadors who visited Buhari, were of Netherlands, Kenya, Denmark Japan, South Korea, Serbia and Iraq. Others are North Korea, Kuwait, Qatar, Turkey, Syria, India, Lebanon, Namibia and Algeria.

Abdulaziz bin Mubarak Al-Muhannadi (Qatar)
Abdulaziz bin Mubarak Al-Muhannadi (Qatar)
Jovan Maric (Serbia)
Jovan Maric (Serbia)
Svante Kilander (Sweden)
Svante Kilander (Sweden)
Netherlands Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr.John C.M Groffen
Netherlands Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr.John C.M Groffen
Shafik Daiyob (Syria)
Shafik Daiyob (Syria)
Wassin Ibrahim (Lebanon)
Wassin Ibrahim (Lebanon)
Abdulaziz Alsharsah (Kuwait)
Abdulaziz Alsharsah (Kuwait)
Jong Yong Chol (Korea)
Jong Yong Chol (Korea)
TOM AMOLO (Kenya)
TOM AMOLO (Kenya)
MASAYA OTSUKA (Japan)
MASAYA OTSUKA (Japan)
A.R. Ghanashyam (India)
A.R. Ghanashyam (India)
Alh Khalil Mhesisin Alshammry (Iraq)
Alh Khalil Mhesisin Alshammry (Iraq)
Suomela-Chowdhury (Finland)
Suomela-Chowdhury (Finland)

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Belkacem Smaili (Algeria)
Belkacem Smaili (Algeria)

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