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Joint ECOWAS-ECCAS Heads of State and Government Summit on Peace, Security, Stability and Fight against Terrorism and Violent Extremism is underway in Lome, Togo on 30th July 2018

President Buhari with President of Chad Idris Deby, President of Congo Denis Sassou Nguesso and President of Burkina Faso Christian Kabore during the Joint ECOWAS-ECCAS Heads of State and Government Summit on Peace, Security, Stability and Fight against Terrorism and Violent Extremism in Lome, Togo on 30th July 2018

President Buhari with President of Niger Mahamadou Issoufou, President of Guinea Conakry Alpha Conde and President of Togo Faure Gnassingbe shortly after the Joint ECOWAS-ECCAS Heads of State and Government Summit on Peace, Security, Stability and Fight against Terrorism and Violent Extremism in Lome, Togo on 30th July 2018

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