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Images: Nigeria delegation graces UN Paris Agreement signing

Though Nigeria is yet to neither sign nor ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change, the nation was ably represented at the landmark event that saw some 175 countries signing the Paris Agreement at a ceremony at the UN Headquarters on Friday 22 April that observers say far exceeds the historical record for first-day signatures to an international agreement.

Environment Minister, Amina J. Mohammed, in the company of Acting Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Usman Sarki, led the Nigerian delegation at the forum, that featured numerous side events.

Environment Minister, Amina Mohammed, holds on to several SDG options

Environment Minister, Amina Mohammed, holds on to several SDG options

Dr Peter Tarfa, Amb. Usman Sarki and Ms Amina Mohammed

Dr Peter Tarfa, Amb. Usman Sarki and Ms Amina Mohammed

Achim Steiner, Rachel Kyte and Amina Mohammed

Achim Steiner, Rachel Kyte and Amina Mohammed

Amina Mohammed (right) formally Inducted as a member of Troika+ of Women Leaders on Gender & Climate Change

Amina Mohammed (right) formally inducted as a member of Troika+ of Women Leaders on Gender & Climate Change

Amb. Usman Sarki (left) with President Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger

Amb. Usman Sarki (left) with President Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger

Akon (right) with Ms Amina Mohammed

Akon (right) with Ms Amina Mohammed

Akon with Ms. Amina Mohammed's aide, Esther Agbarakwe

Akon with Ms. Amina Mohammed’s aide, Esther Agbarakwe

American actor, film producer and environmental campaigner, Leonardo Dicaprio

American actor, film producer and environmental campaigner, Leonardo Dicaprio

Amina Mohammed in the company of personalities such as Rachel Kyte, Christiana Figueres and Helen Clark discuss ways to improve grassroots women participation in climate governance process

Amina Mohammed in the company of personalities such as Rachel Kyte, Christiana Figueres and Helen Clark discuss ways to improve grassroots women participation in climate governance process

 

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