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Nigeria Charges New ECOWAS Leadership On Lingering Challenges

Nigeria Charges New ECOWAS Leadership On Lingering Challenges

Nigeria has called on President Sissoco Embaló-led new leadership of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), alongside a newly composed Commission, to work harder to resolve lingering issues in the region. THE GUARDIAN reports.
Yemi Osinbajo, the Vice President of Nigeria made the call on Tuesday while speaking with newsmen at the end of the 61st Ordinary Session of ECOWAS held in Accra, Ghana.
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“President Nana Akufo-Addo did an excellent job in a very challenging period in the history of ECOWAS and many of the challenges remain. So, we expect that the new leadership will take over and work as hard and perhaps much harder to resolve some of the issues. There are even additional challenges today – economic challenges, especially with the Russia-Ukraine crisis, and economic problems”. Information Guide Nigeria

“Other issues are the coups that have taken place in the region in the past couple of years, and we are still trying to resolve some of those,” the Vice President said. jamb results

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He noted further: “The new leadership under President Sissoco Embaló (Guinea-Bissau) must step up efforts and address those very many responsibilities the region faces today.”

Osinbajo, however, added that besides the challenges, the region is witnessing appreciable progress in the ECOWAS common currency policy, noting there are things “we should be happy about.”

“Also, there is progress being made on the Lagos-Abidjan Corridor, some of the issues around the movement of goods and services on that corridor. These are some of the very important decisions that were taken, and I think progress is being made,” Osinbajo said.

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