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Nigerian Presidential Adviser Visits Alabama A&M

Kingsley Kuku, an adviser to Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, visited about 20 students Thursday at Alabama A&M University. The students are studying at A&M through a cooperative agreement between the university and Nigeria. Kuku’s visit is part of the university’s plan to increase enrollment through their partnership with Nigeria.

(Photo: Courtesy Alabama A&M University)

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