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29 May 2017
G7 summit - Osinbajo assures leaders of Africa's collaborations in security.
27 May 2017
Osinbajo makes surprise visit to Garki market.
26 May 2017
Osinbajo, Obasanjo attends Biafra at 50.
24 May 2017
Gender equality - Osinbajo launches 'He-For-She' campaign.
12 May 2017
Northern Elders forum backs Osinbajo as acting President.
2 May 2017
Osinbajo says Nigeria will be self-sufficient in rice production.
29 Apr 2017
Osinbajo meets UN SDG's donor partner in Abuja.
29 Apr 2017
Adeshina faults critics of Osinbajo's committee.
17 Apr 2017
Easter celebrations - VP, Osinbajo Asks Nigerians to embrace the love of Christ.
10 Mar 2017
VP Osinbajo leads dignitaries to welcome President Buhari back to Aso Rock.
7 Mar 2017
Osinbajo swears in Walter Onnoghen as CJN.
1 Mar 2017
Osinbajo tasks civil servants on productivity, efficiency.

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