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Rhodesia Message to Nigeria

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From Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia
To The President of Nigeria

Your Excellency,

I am here to inform you of two things that might be of interest to you which are as follows:

1) The Establishment of an Air Rhodesia flight route to Lagos, Nigeria.

2) Rhodesia will be taking part in The Summer Olympics with a total of 60 athletes.

We in Rhodesia believe that Africa could use another flight route to the westernmost fringes of sub sahara Africa in order to facilitate the economic growth of both Rhodesia and Nigeria on the basis of mutual trust and understanding.

On another note we will be limited the number of athletes on our olympic team to just 60 namely in the areas of Boxing, Shooting, Football, and Sailing.

Sincerely,
Malcolm Parrish
 
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From the Nigerian Minister of State: Viola Adaku Onwuliri
To Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia

We would be happy to establish such an air route between our two nations. As for the Olympics we are happy to see your participation although we assume that a ten man football squad is a typo or some kind of mistake, a minimum of 16 players is required for football. We would be happy to accommodate additional Rhodesian athletes as your nation has a proud sporting history.

We believe that a strong relationship between our two nations is indeed greatly to our best interest.
 
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From Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia
To Viola Adaku Onwuliri, Minister of State for Nigeria

We are glad that you have decided to cooperate in pursuing this commercial breakthrough. If you want Air Rhodesia could set up a office in Lagos near the Rhodesian embassy. We are also glad to hear your acceptance of Rhodesian participation in the upcoming olympics. In regards to the mistake or typo one of my secretaries mad a slight mistake. I will correct it shortly.

Our two nations should establish a council of African nations to facilitate free trade and the development as well as heal old wounds by keeping the peace.

Yours truly,
Malcolm Parrish
 
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From the: Nigerian Minister of State: Viola Adaku Onwuliri
To the: Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Argentine Republic, Daniel Osvaldo

This is all well and good, and as Rhodesia is a strong capitalist, western Republic we can only hope for continued improved relations between our two people. We are however worried about the relationship of dependency you hold towards South Africa, a regime that does not hold the principles of freedom and individual rights high on its list of values. We must fear the fascist and the communist my friend. Both are a threat to our values as Western nations attempting to build strong and civilized societies. We would suggest that establishing a strong trade relationship between Nigeria and Rhodesia would free you up from your dependence on the fascists to your South who intend to dictate the terms of your relationship to you, rather than embrace a free and open partnership of equals.
 
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From Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia
To Viola Adaku Onwuliri, Nigerian Minister of State

We are glad to have a good friend in Nigeria with business prospects between our two African nations looking upward to a new golden age. Our authoritarian neighbors to the South seem to be putting nails in their own coffin with their apparent obsession about race something that we as Rhodesians find detestable to the fullest possible extent. my administration is attempting to minimize dependency on South Africa but that's going to take a few years.

On another note would you be willing to be the cofounder of The Association of Free Africa?

Sincerely,
Malcolm Parrish
 
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From the Nigerian Minister of State: Viola Adaku Onwuliri
To Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia

We are eager to work closely with you on the signing of a strong treaty between our two people. We would be honored to host you here in our capitol of Abuja, where we can hash out the fine details of such a treaty. We believe a strong alliance between our two people will ensure a strong western hand can be applied on future African nations and ensure that communism is held in check and freedom and democracy reign.
 
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From Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia
To Viola Adaku Onwuliri, Nigerian Minister of State

Me and a few of my advisors are willing to fly to Ajuba to determine the terms and contents of a treaty between our two nations and the establishment of a pro western African treaty organization modelled on that of Europe's. Our countries shall be a light unto the nations of Africa.

Sincerely,
Malcolm Parrish
 
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From the Nigerian Minister of State: Viola Adaku Onwuliri
To Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia


We welcome your delegation and we will begin developing language for a draft of such a treaty to express the brotherhood between our two strong and independent nations. Dedicated to our British and Western roots, and dedicated for freedom and enlightenment of all mankind. We hope that our two nations may shine as twin towers of grace, peace, and prosperity over the African continent. We wish to show our strength and solidarity with our African brethren against the forces of Communism and fascism, your visit is most welcome, most welcome indeed sir.
 
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From Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia
To Viola Adaku Onwuliri, Nigerian Minister of State

Rhodesia hereby expresses her graditude to the government and people of Nigeria for their willingness to abandon old hatreds and live as one with the Rhodesian people. Once this treaty is signed and approved by our government's Africa will experience a new dawn.

Sincerely,
Malcolm Parrish
 
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From the Nigerian Minister of State: Viola Adaku Onwuliri
To Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia

We are prepared to receive you at your earliest convenience in Abuja. We are honored to host your delegation and discuss a strong alliance between our two nations as well as the political and economic future of Africa which surely must be guided by our two people.
 
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From Malcolm Parrish, Prime Minister of Rhodesia
To Viola Adaku Onwuliri, Minister of State for Nigeria

The Rhodesian delegation is prepared to participate in Nigeria's diplomatic overture and shall arrive via Air Rhodesia 65 with a day or two. I wouldn't be able to attend so I'll send my foreign minister.

Sincerely,
Malcolm Parrish
 
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The Nigerian Minister of State Viola Adaku Onwulir and a small delegation from the Nigerian State Department would depart for Abuja International Airport where they would greet the Rhodesian Delegation. They would prepare with an official state convoy to pick up the Rhodesians and securely transport them to the State Ministry for their private and secret meeting.
 
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The Nigerian delegation would cross the airport and greet the Rhodesian delegation. They would exchange handshakes and other diplomatic protocols at which point the Rhodesians would be lead to the convohly meant to take them the the State Ministry.

Once all delegates had arrived at the State Ministry, they would be lead to a private and secured meeting room inside. Here The Nigerian Minister of State Viola Adaku Onwulir would open the talks she would stand and speak in her pleasant tone of voice.

"We hope your flight was pleasant. We look forward to progressive talks between our two governments that will ensure a strong relationship between us."
 
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The Rhodesian delegation would shake hands with their Nigerian counterparts proceeding to enter the state ministry. Frederick Walsh responded when She finished speaking.

"My delegation is most pleased by your country's hospitality towards us. Rhodesia is most grateful in this regard." He said cheerfully
 
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