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  view article H.E AMB. VIVIAN OKEKE INTERVIEW WITH SOCIETY MAGAZINE
12/28/2017 - SOCIETY met with Vivian Nwunaku Rose OKEKE, Ambassador of Nigeria and ...
  view article NIGERIA ELECTED AS VICE PRESIDENT OF THE 7TH SESSION OF COSP-UNCAC
11/16/2017 - NIGERIA ELECTED AS VICE PRESIDENT AT COPS7 ...
  view article H.E MRS. VIVIAN OKEKE PRESENT LETTERS OF CREDENCE TO SLOVAK PRESIDENT
11/16/2017 - H.E MRS. VIVIAN OKEKE PRESENT LETTERS OF CREDENCE TO SLOVAK PRESIDENT ...
  view article UNODC CONGRATULATES PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI
10/13/2017 - Statement attributable to the UNODC Spokesperson UNODC congratulates ...
  view article H.E. AMB. VIVIAN N. OKEKE´S REMARKS
10/09/2017 - PRESENTATION OF CREDENTIALS ...
  view article H.E. AMB. VIVIAN N. R. OKEKE PRESENTS LETTERS OF CREDENCE TO THE FEDERAL PRESIDENT OF AUSTRIA
10/09/2017 - H.E. Amb. Vivian N. R. Okeke Presents Letters of Credence to the Fede ...
  view article PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI?S STATEMENT AT THE 73RD SESSION OF UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN NEW YORK
10/05/2018 - PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI?S STATEMENT AT THE 73RD SESSION OF UN GENE ...
  view article NIGERIA - AUSTRIA BUSINESS FORUM 2018
07/13/2018 - HOSTED BY H.E (MRS) VIVIAN OKEKE, AMBASSADOR OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC ...
  view article PUBLIC HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT
04/29/2019 - PUBLIC HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT ...
  view article AMB. PETERS EMUZE ELECTED TO THE UN COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS (CESCR)
04/24/2018 - AMB. PETERS EMUZE ELECTED TO THE UN COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AN ...
  view article CHIEF JUDGE, HON. KASHIM ZANNAH NOMINATED TO SERVE ON ADVISORY BOARD OF THE GLOBAL JUDICIAL INTEGRITY NETWORK
04/17/2018 - CHIEF JUSTICE OF BORNO STATE NOMINATED TO SERVE ON THE FIRST ADVISORY ...
  view article PRESS RELEASE
01/10/2019 - PUBLIC Announcement ...
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