President Muhammadu Buhari's official visit to the Netherlands will enter its second day on Tuesday and he will be addressing the International Criminal Court (ICC). 

A statement by the President's spokesman, Femi Adesina, said "Nigeria will be at the centrestage of global attention as President Buhari addresses the ICC". 

President Buhari is the only President invited to grace the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the ICC Rome Statute.

"President Buhari will share his thoughts on the values and ideals of the Court, which was established to prevent impunity, and try cases of genocide, war crimes, aggression, and crimes against humanity," Mr Adesina said. 

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On Monday, President Buhari met with the Nigerians In Diaspora Organisation in Netherlands where he praised the exploits of Nigerians in the Dutch land. 

After that meeting, the Nigerian leader also held talks with the Prime Minister of Netherlands, Mark Rutte.

Discussions at that meeting focused on insurgency in northeast Nigeria and the crisis in Lake Chad region. 

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The Netherlands promised to support efforts targeted at addressing the shrinking Lake and other security issues in the region. 

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