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14 FEBRUARY, 2018




I.            The auction will be carried out as SILENT BID AUCTION AND CLOSED BID. Bidders will write down their bidding number (provided by the Embassy) and the amount they are willing to bid for each for each individual item on a form provided. The items will be sold to the highest acceptable bid. Cash and carry items will be sold on the basis of first come first served.

2.             All items in the auction will be sold on an AS IS WHERE IS basis. The items are used and no refunds will be given nor returns accepted.

3.             The auction will be held on Wednesday 14 February, 2018 from 10:00 –14:00. Viewing of items and purchase of cash and carry (CC) is at the Embassy of Nigeria, Bulevar   Oslobodenja, 87, Belgrade.

3B.          Viewing of articles will be organized on Tuesday 13 February, 2018 from 15:00 until 17:00 hours at the Embassy.

4.            Bids will be accepted on provided forms in Euro Only for ease of comparison during the same period as scheduled for viewing. Bidding will be closed at 12:00 sharp.

5.             Upon evaluation of bids, Bidders will be notified as of 14:30 the same day. If the bidder offering the highest bid could not be reached, the second highest bid will be accepted and the bidder notified.

6.             Payment is to be made immediately upon notification before the close of work, same day. Payments will be accepted in Euro and in USD at the posted exchange rate on the auction date.

7.             Purchaser shall remove the items, on which they have successfully bided not later than 16:30 hours on Wednesday 14 February, 2018. All items that are not removed by this time will be placed outside the Embassy grounds.

8.             The Embassy will not provide delivery service.

9.            The Embassy reserves the right to sell the items in groupings at any time and the right to withdraw items from auction/sale.

10.           For further information please contact, Mr. Sunday James Ocheidi at 0628185847 or email:

Embassy of Nigeria, BELGRADE.

05 February, 2018













My dear Compatriots,

I am happy to welcome you to the beginning of a New Year in our beloved country Nigeria.

I felicitate with you today at a time when our nation is witnessing a new and impressive turnaround in our security and socio-economic situation.

I know you will join me to, once again, congratulate the heroic and gallant efforts of our military and other security agencies on their remarkable successes to rid the nation of terrorism.

Following the successful capture of Sambisa Forest, spearheaded by troops of Operation Lafiya Dole, we have entered a new phase in our battle against our common enemy, Boko Haram.

When we see our beloved 21 Chibok girls reuniting with their families and community for Christmas, it gives us the hope that those who are still in captivity will one day return to the loving arms of family, friends and well-wishers.

I urge all Nigerians to be on the alert and watch out for strange figures settling in their communities, and report to the nearest security agencies, as our armed forces intensify the pursuit of fleeing terrorists from the captured Sambisa Forest.

Misguided elements who decided to take up arms against constituted authorities must be brought to face the full weight of the law.

The support of all Nigerians to security agencies to enable them successfully execute their mandate is crucial in our bid to effectively secure our country.

Seeing the joyful return of thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) to Damasak town in Borno State, following the reopening of Maiduguri/Gubio/Damasak road in Northern Borno on December 25, 2016, reassured us that the voluntary return of IDPs in other parts of the country is imminent.

The Federal Government will spare no effort in seeing to the resettlement and rehabilitation of the unfortunate victims of terrorism and insurgency. I urge state governments, privileged Nigerians, donor agencies and countries to redouble their contributions towards this goal.

Government is aware of some mistakes and wrongdoings in handling the affairs of IDPs. We are taking measures to correct those mistakes and punish the culprits.

In this New Year, I want to reassure all Nigerians that our defence and security forces are more than ever before ready to perform their constitutional role of protecting lives and property in the country; and we will surely overcome all other forms of security challenges.

The lingering security issues in several states will be frontally addressed. These ugly crises cannot be allowed to fester as they strain the unifying bonds of brotherhood and neighbourliness. Some sections of the press and some politicians should avoid provocative and inflammatory statements, while the government is painstakingly trying to find solutions to our challenges.

I want to remind you on the first day of this New Year of an African proverb that says “it is easy to break a broomstick but not a bunch”. Nigeria is a bunch and is more than equal to troublemakers.

I have interacted with a broad spectrum of Nigerians, the old and the young, and they have told me unequivocally that they believe in the unity and stability of Nigeria.

The year 2017 provides an opportunity for us to build on those aspects of our national life that unite us. We are courageous, hardworking, hospitable, steadfast and resilient people, even in the face of difficulties.

These are the attributes that define us and have for years confounded the pessimists who do not believe in our continued existence as a united and indivisible nation. We are a remarkable nation that has succeeded in harnessing our multiple diversities for national development. We must continue to support and tolerate one another and live together as one.

We will continue to pursue peace initiatives in the Niger Delta as I again, call on our brothers in that region who have taken to violent disruptions of economic infrastructure to come to the negotiating table.

As for our brothers and sisters of the Shia Community, we urge them, too, to embrace peace. They must accept the laws of the country they live in. They cannot be islands by themselves. At the same time, the law enforcement agencies must treat them humanely and according to the rule of law.

On our part, in the past 20 months since our inauguration on May 29, 2015, we have focused our energies to turn around the economy, create jobs, fight corruption, and transform agriculture to replace oil and gas as a major revenue earner for the nation. I am encouraged that we are getting things right.

The agricultural revolution has begun. Farmers in different parts of the country are experiencing bumper harvests; states are getting into strategic partnership towards attaining self-sufficiency in rice, and the era of over-dependence on oil for foreign exchange revenues is gradually waning. I am optimistic that the CHANGE we all yearned for in voting this administration to power in 2015 will manifest more and be sustained in different sectors, particularly agriculture, in 2017.

As you may be aware, our economic recovery and growth plan in 2017 is anchored on optimizing the use of local content and empowering local businesses.

In pursuit of this administration’s philosophy, we will continue to appeal that we buy “Made In Nigeria” goods. Like I said during the 2017 Budget presentation to the National Assembly, farmers, small and medium-sized manufacturers, agro-allied businesses, dressmakers, entertainers and technology start-ups, will remain the true drivers of our economic future. They are the engine of our economic recovery and their needs underpin our Economic Recovery and Growth Plan.

On job creation, this administration will sustain existing programmes aimed at lifting a vast number of our youth out of poverty, while at the same time creating the opportunities for people to fend for themselves.

Our determination to wrestle corruption to the ground remains unshaken. This fight, which will be guided by respect for the rule of law and due process, will not spare anybody or organ of government. It is a collective undertaking and resolve that must be seen to its logical conclusion in spite of certain distractions. The fate of our country lies partly in the success of this campaign. It will be unthinkable on my part to allow the boat of this crucial campaign promise capsize mid-stream.

I thank you for the public support for our administration’s efforts to transform Nigeria. I assure you again that the current pains are temporary and will ease when the economic seeds in gestation begin to bloom to fruition. I urge you to continue to support this administration in its effort to transform Nigeria for the good of all.

I wish you a Happy New Year, 2017.


President, Federal Republic of Nigeria.


H. E. President Buhari’s Christmas message to Nigerians

I felicitate with all Nigerians, especially our Christian brothers and sisters, on the joyous occasion of this year’s Christmas. On this occasion of the commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ, let us all rededicate ourselves to the virtues of peace, love, honesty, justice, equity, piety, humility and service to others which he taught.

There can be no doubt that a greater manifestation of these virtues and ideals in our lives will immensely help us to become a more united, peaceful, secure and progressive nation.

Let us also reach out in love and compassion to fellow Nigerians who are in distress at this period of our nation’s history.

I particularly urge you all to remember victims of terrorism and insurgency in the country, especially Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).

The Federal Government will continue to collaborate with state governments and other stakeholders to ease the harsh conditions in IDP camps, while the ultimate objective remains to quickly put an end to insurgency and return the IDPs to their homes.

We must never again allow any group to hold the nation to ransom under whatever guise.

Let us also not allow current socio-economic and security challenges to dampen our expectations for a better Nigeria.

This administration has taken a number of measures to restore hope to our people. The 2016 Budget defines our commitment to giving Nigeria a new lease of life.

Our change slogan is not a campaign gimmick but a promise that must be kept. We are determined to bring about tangible changes in the lives of our people.

In this regard, efforts will be intensified to recover stolen funds, block revenue leakages and enthrone due process, transparency and accountability.

Public office is a public trust that must be held to the highest ethical standards.

I wish all Nigerians a Merry Christmas.

Please drive carefully.







The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria invites tenders from interested qualified Furniture companies and Interior Decorators for completing the furnishing and decoration of the Chancery at 87 Bulevar Oslobodenja and the two apartments at 14 B, Gersiceva street. The job will involve furnishing the interior of the Embassy and the two apartments including the outside sitting area in the apartments and decoration of both properties.

Interested qualified companies should collect the bill of quantity relating to the job from the Embassy of Nigeria at Bulevar Oslobodjenja No 87 on or before 16 December, 2016. Completed Tenders should be submitted at the Embassy on or before 12 noon on 04 January, 2017.

Tenders will be opened at 12 noon on 09 January, 2016 at the Embassy of Nigeria, Bulevar Oslobodjenja No 87, Belgrade, Serbia.

For further information call: +381 11 3910 762/3/4.


Tenders Board

Embassy of Nigeria

12 December, 2016




The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria wishes to inform that upon the completion of his assignment as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to the Republic of Serbia, His Excellency, Ambassador Harold Augustus Koko, has been reassigned to Nigeria by His Excellency, Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, President and Commander-In- Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. He has departed the Republic of Serbia on Friday 12 February, 2016.

Pending the arrival of a new Ambassador, Mr. Chijioke McHardy Ani, Counsellor, has taken charge of the Nigerian Mission in the capacity of Charge d’Affaires, a.i.


The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria informs the public that it will be closed for public on Thursday, October 1st, 2015, to mark the 55th Independence Anniversary of Nigeria. The Embassy will resume to the public on Friday, October 2nd, 2015.

Head of Chancery
McHardy Chijioke Ani



The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria informs the public that it will be closed for public on Thursday, September 24th, 2015, and Friday, September 25th, 2015, to mark Id-El-Kabir. The Embassy will resume to the public on Monday, September 28th, 2015.

Head of Chancery
McHardy Chijioke Ani