Nigerians apologize for disrupting black U.S. Ambassador's reception

October 1997
Jet;10/20/97, Vol. 92 Issue 22, p6
Announces that in the fall of 1997 Nigeria apologized to the US State Department for allowing armed security men to disrupt a farewell reception for Ambassador Walter Carrington. Details of the incident.


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