Foreign Affairs Committee look to improve Nigerian relations

Foreign Affairs Committee look to improve Nigerian relations
Dr Bolere Elizabeth Ketebu

The Foreign Affairs Committee will meet with newly appointed Ambassador of Nigeria to Ireland today to look at the development of trade links between Ireland and Nigeria.

The meeting with, Dr Bolere Elizabeth Ketebu, will also focus on the ongoing impact of the Boko Haram insurgency and the steps being taken by the Nigerian Government to bring about the safe release of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria six months ago.

Members will also discuss the containment and elimination of an Ebola outbreak in Lagos earlier this year.


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