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Abdulwarees Solanke

27 Mar 2020
Muslim Public Affair Centre, (MPAC) Nigeria has urged the Federal Government to come out with palliatives that will cushion the economic impacts of the ruinous global challenge that comes with COVID-19 pandemic.
4 Oct 2019
As the nation celebrate 59 years of independence, Muslim Public Affairs Centre (MPAC) has enjoined the Federal Government and the entire populace to take advantage of opportunities that presents itself...
12 Apr 2019
The Muslim Public Affairs Centre, (MPAC) Nigeria, has received commendations from the government of New Zealand over its brotherhood gesture on the aftermath of the terror attack that killed 51 Muslims in Christchurch city. Director, Media & Strategic Communications, MPAC Nigeria, Abdulwarees Solanke, who confirmed the commendation, lauded the courage and leadership of the country…
15 Jan 2019
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Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday, said that Lagos State was not submerged by the flood that recently ravaged many parts of the country despite the state being less than two metres above sea level...
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The Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF) has accused the Federal Government (FG) of dereliction of duty, a development it said was the actual cause of rising poverty across the country.
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The United Nations (UN) Humanitarian Coordinator for Nigeria, Matthias Schmale, has said that $1.2 billion (N553.2b) is required for urgent humanitarian needs in the North East.
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UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, meeting in Rabat from November 28 to December 3, inscribed 47 elements submitted by 60 countries on the Intangible Cultural Heritage lists.