Osinbajo urges West African countries to address problem of health care access

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, has called on West African countries to address problems of healthcare access, out-of-school children, and other issues.
Osinbajo made the call when he received the Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau, Nuno Nabiam, ahead of the ECOWAS Integrated Regional Human Capital Development forum.
He noted that questions around out of school and healthcare access would significantly improve the human development indices in West Africa.
The Vice President commended Guinea Bissau for supporting Nigeria internationally.

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