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Osinbajo Vice President ends Lagos visit, heads to Zambia

He is also expected to speak on Jobs for African Youth-Turning the Demographic Dividend into Economic Dividend.

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is billed to depart Abuja on Monday night, May 23, to Lusaka, Zambia.

The Vice President, who had arrived Lagos State on Monday on an official visit, ended the visit to embark on his Lusaka trip.

Osinbajo will be representing Nigeria at the 51st Annual General Meeting of the African Development Bank, holding in the African country this week.

According to a statement from the State House, Abuja, the Vice President would be participating in the AGM’s High Level Panel/African Leaders Roundtable on Energy and Climate Change, which will also feature other African leaders.

READ: Osinbajo shares Buhari’s implementation plan

He is also expected to speak on Jobs for African Youth-Turning the Demographic Dividend into Economic Dividend.

Barring last minute change, Osinbajo is scheduled to return to Abuja on Wednesday, May 25.

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