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ECOWAS calls for Guinea elections in 6 months, sanctions coup leaders – CGTN

Members of the ECOWAS Commission pose for a group photograph on September 16, 2021 before the opening session of the West African leaders’ extraordinary summit on the political situation in Guinea following a coup that ousted President Alpha Conde in Accra, Ghana. /Reuters

Members of the ECOWAS Commission pose for a group photograph on September 16, 2021 before the opening session of the West African leaders’ extraordinary summit on the political situation in Guinea following a coup that ousted President Alpha Conde in Accra, Ghana. /Reuters

West African leaders on Thursday imposed sanctions on Guinea’s coup leaders and called for elections in six months in a demand for a quick return to civilian rule after troops ousted President Alpha Conde this month.  The 15-member ECOWAS regional bloc had already suspended Guinea after Conde’s ouster on September 5 by a special forces commander who captured the president and declared a political transition.

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Members of the ECOWAS Commission pose for a group photograph on September 16, 2021 before the opening session of the West African leaders’ extraordinary summit on the political situation in Guinea following a coup that ousted President Alpha Conde in Accra, Ghana. /Reuters

Members of the ECOWAS Commission pose for a group photograph on September 16, 2021 before the opening session of the West African leaders’ extraordinary summit on the political situation in Guinea following a coup that ousted President Alpha Conde in Accra, Ghana. /Reuters

West African leaders on Thursday imposed sanctions on Guinea’s coup leaders and called for elections in six months in a demand for a quick return to civilian rule after troops ousted President Alpha Conde this month.  

The 15-member ECOWAS regional bloc had already suspended Guinea after Conde’s ouster on September 5 by a special forces commander who captured the president and declared a political transition.

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Firm provides eye check-up, treatment for host communities – Punch Newspapers

Seplat Energy Plc, has provided eye care check-up for members of its host communities in Edo and Delta States.
Speaking at the programme, which was the 9th edition of its annual Eye Can See initiative, the Director, External Affairs and Sustainability, Seplat Energy, Dr. Chioma Nwachuku, maintained that ensuring the sustainability of the communities where Seplat operated remained top in the agenda of the company, particularly their health and well-being.
The flag-off of the programme which began at the Oba of Benin’s palace witnessed a large turnout of people from within and outside of Benin City who showed up to have their eyes checked, obtain prescription glasses or get operated upon to remove visual impairing cataracts.
Nwachuku said, “We are committed to partnering with our host communities with the view to touching lives. The Eye Can See programme has been on since 2012, and every year, the company brings a dedicated team of medics to ensure it makes the right and needed impacts. Our focus on the good health and well-being of our people is unwavering, and this is in line with Sustainability Development Goal three; to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing of all at all ages.”
According to her, Seplat has through the programme, impacted 80,194 persons; dispensed 35,755 reading glasses, and performed 3,456 cataract and related surgeries.
She said, “The programme will be deployed in different centres across Delta and Edo states.
Thousands of Nigerians will be screened for eye ailments, surgeries will performed, and eye glasses dispensed all for free.”

The Eribo of Benin Kingdom, Chief John Oviesoge, who represented the Oba of Benin lauded Seplat for supporting and enhancing the physical and mental wellbeing of members of its host communities and pledged his kingdom’s support to the Company and its activities.
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Seplat Energy Plc, has provided eye care check-up for members of its host communities in Edo and Delta States.

Speaking at the programme, which was the 9th edition of its annual Eye Can See initiative, the Director, External Affairs and Sustainability, Seplat Energy, Dr. Chioma Nwachuku, maintained that ensuring the sustainability of the communities where Seplat operated remained top in the agenda of the company, particularly their health and well-being.

The flag-off of the programme which began at the Oba of Benin’s palace witnessed a large turnout of people from within and outside of Benin City who showed up to have their eyes checked, obtain prescription glasses or get operated upon to remove visual impairing cataracts.

Nwachuku said, “We are committed to partnering with our host communities with the view to touching lives. The Eye Can See programme has been on since 2012, and every year, the company brings a dedicated team of medics to ensure it makes the right and needed impacts. Our focus on the good health and well-being of our people is unwavering, and this is in line with Sustainability Development Goal three; to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing of all at all ages.”

According to her, Seplat has through the programme, impacted 80,194 persons; dispensed 35,755 reading glasses, and performed 3,456 cataract and related surgeries.

She said, “The programme will be deployed in different centres across Delta and Edo states.

Thousands of Nigerians will be screened for eye ailments, surgeries will performed, and eye glasses dispensed all for free.”

The Eribo of Benin Kingdom, Chief John Oviesoge, who represented the Oba of Benin lauded Seplat for supporting and enhancing the physical and mental wellbeing of members of its host communities and pledged his kingdom’s support to the Company and its activities.

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186,000 Nigerian refugees in Niger, Chad, says UNHCR – Punch Newspapers

THE United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva says that the number of Nigerian refugees in Niger Republic and Chad has risen to 170,000 and 16,000, respectively.
The Assistant High Commissioner for Operations, UNHCR, Raouf Mazou, disclosed this when she led a delegation to pay a courtesy visit to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Farouq.
A statement on Thursday by her Special Assistant on Media, Nneka Anibeze, quoted Mazuo as saying tone of objectives of visit was to interact on some of the humanitarian challenges.
She said, “This is a difficult situation. In Borno particularly, there are close to three million Internally Displaced Persons.
 “We also came to discuss with the state government of Borno on the return of some refugees.
“In the Niger Republic, there are 170,000 Nigerian Refugees and 16,000 in Chad. Some of them may want to come back to Nigeria, so how do we ensure that they can come back and what form of support systems and security needs to be in place for them to come back.
“We also want to ensure that those already in the country receive assistance and if possible, included and integrated in the support that is available for the host population,” he said.

In response, the minister assured the people of the Federal Government’s commitment to ensuring that every Nigerian refugee outside the country would be returned not only in safety but also in dignity.
“The Nigeria government is poised towards ensuring the voluntary return of Nigeria refugees in neighbouring countries as a result of the activities of Boko Haram and we are committed to implementing this in line with international best practices.”
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THE United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva says that the number of Nigerian refugees in Niger Republic and Chad has risen to 170,000 and 16,000, respectively.

The Assistant High Commissioner for Operations, UNHCR, Raouf Mazou, disclosed this when she led a delegation to pay a courtesy visit to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Farouq.

A statement on Thursday by her Special Assistant on Media, Nneka Anibeze, quoted Mazuo as saying tone of objectives of visit was to interact on some of the humanitarian challenges.

She said, “This is a difficult situation. In Borno particularly, there are close to three million Internally Displaced Persons.

 “We also came to discuss with the state government of Borno on the return of some refugees.

“In the Niger Republic, there are 170,000 Nigerian Refugees and 16,000 in Chad. Some of them may want to come back to Nigeria, so how do we ensure that they can come back and what form of support systems and security needs to be in place for them to come back.

“We also want to ensure that those already in the country receive assistance and if possible, included and integrated in the support that is available for the host population,” he said.

In response, the minister assured the people of the Federal Government’s commitment to ensuring that every Nigerian refugee outside the country would be returned not only in safety but also in dignity.

“The Nigeria government is poised towards ensuring the voluntary return of Nigeria refugees in neighbouring countries as a result of the activities of Boko Haram and we are committed to implementing this in line with international best practices.”

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