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Pic.6. From left: Former Governor of Anambra State, Mr Peter Obi (L), presenting a plague to Keynote Speaker, Prof. Wole Soyinka, during the Ripples Nigeria Dialogue in Lagos on Thursday (15/3/18). 01548/15/3/2018/Kayode Oladapo/TA/JAU/NAN

Rehabilitation Committee on Federal Civil Service Staff with disabilities visits Bauchi

From left: Editor-in-Chief, Ripples Nigeria, Mr Samuel Ibemere; former Governor of Anambra State, Mr Peter Obi; Keynote Speaker, Prof. Wole Soyinka; Guest Speaker, Dr Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi; Moderator, Dr Reuben Abati and representative of Prof. Pat Utomi, Mr Rasheed Adegbenro, during the Ripples Nigeria Dialogue in Lagos on Thursday (15/3/18). 01547/15/3/2018/Kayode Oladapo/TA/JAU/NAN
From left: Former Governor of Anambra State, Mr Peter Obi (L), presenting a plague to Keynote Speaker, Prof. Wole Soyinka, during the Ripples Nigeria Dialogue in Lagos on Thursday (15/3/18). 01548/15/3/2018/Kayode Oladapo/TA/JAU/NAN
From left: Gov Muhammed Abubukar of Bauchi State (L), with the Chairman, Rehabilitation Committee of Federal Civil Service Staff with disabilities, Alhaji Iliasu Abdulrauf, during the committee’s visit to Governor in Bauchi on Thursday (15/3/18). 01549/15/3/2018/Deji Yake/TA/JAU/NAN
Gov. Muhammed Abubukar of Bauchi State (M), with the members of the Rehabilitation Committee of Federal Civil Service Staff with disabilities, during the committee’s visit to Governor in Bauchi on Thursday (15/3/18). 01550/15/3/2018/Deji Yake/TA/JAU/NAN

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