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Debt Relief and Nigeria’s Diplomacy

This book traces the trajectory of the nation’s descent into great indebtedness and the crises of managing the debt. It also provides deeper understanding of the twists and turns in the nation’s debt relief campaign.

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NIGERIA-BANGLADESH RELATIONS

NIGERIA-BANGLADESH RELATIONS

The Bangladesh High Commissioner to Nigeria H.E Mr Masudur Rahman delivered a lecture on Monday, 26th of July 2021 on Nigeria-Bangladesh Relations at the conference Chamber of the NIIA. The lecture which was both physical and virtual had in attendance diplomats,...

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INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE EXECUTION OF PROJECTS

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE EXECUTION OF PROJECTS

NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFIARS (NIIA), LAGOS INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE EXECUTION OF PROJECTS UNDER 2021 CAPITAL APPROPRIATION INTRODUCTION In compliance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act 2007, the Nigerian Institute of International...

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2 DAY ROUNDTABLE ON NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY

2 DAY ROUNDTABLE ON NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY

The Nigerian Institute of International Affairs is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Roundtable on Nigeria's Foreign Policy Titled: Looking Back, Going Forward: Setting the Agenda for Nigeria's Foreign PolicyTime: Jul 12, 2021 10:00 AM West Central...

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