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The event, hosted by the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria His Excellency Mr. Goni Modu Zannabura and Mrs. Hajja Gaji Goni, started on a high note with an operatic rendition of the Lebanese and Nigerian national anthems by international opera singer Tara Maalouf.The bilateral relations between Nigeria and Lebanon were also showcased, as well as the contributions of the Lebanese community in Nigeria in various fields and the large number of intermarriages that will undoubtedly bring the countries closer together.The Igbo cultural dance from the Eastern parts of Nigeria was the first to take the stage.Perhaps next year when Nigeria celebrates its 60th year of independence, the Embassy would indulge its guests in the culinary culture of the country, which is surely as rich as its music and dance culture.
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