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Indonesian Ambassador visits Sokoto, seeks partnership on Education, Agriculture, Infrastructure

By TVC News Nigeria
15 May 2021   |   2:39 pm
The Indonesian Ambassador to Nigeria has pledged his country's partnership with the Sokoto state government in the area of Education, Infrastructure and Agriculture.

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