Mohamed Yahya: UNDP's first resident representative submits credentials to Onyeama

Mohamed Yahya: UNDP's first resident representative submits credentials to Onyeama

- The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) representative, Mohamed Yahya, has been sent to Nigeria to foster the country's development goals

- Yahya said that he loves Nigerian literature and listens to the country's music

- Connecting countries to knowledge, technical support, investments are some of the functions of the organisation

Mohamed Yahya, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s resident representative in Nigeria, has presented his credentials to Geoffrey Onyeama, the country’s foreign minister.

He said that he listens to much of Nigerian music and has read so much of the country’s literature.

UNDP is a sub-organ of the United Nations that is in charge of development of foreign countries. To do so, it connects countries to knowledge, experience and needed resources.

In addition to doing those, the organisation gives expert and technical advise to countries needing to develop their human capacity.

The organisation was founded in 1985 and has been at the forefront of aiding both human, capital, and material investments and cooperation among developing counties.

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The UNDP is also central to helping countries with the realisation of their Sustainable Development Goals.

Its function is to a great extent separated from the control of UN, a change that came into effect on Tuesday, January 1.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the UN warned that Nigeria is sitting on a time bomb due to the number of unemployed youths in the country.

A UN resident coordinator, Edward Kallon, who gave the warning at a retreat in Calabar said the number of Nigeria’s unemployed youths threatens the stability and future of the country.

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