Courtesy visit of the High Commissioner of Pakistan in Nigeria to LCCI

Trade and Investment Attache to the High Commission of Pakistan, Nigeria, Ali Tamkin Butt; High Commissioner of Pakistan to Nigeria, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon & Benin, Major General Muhammad Tayyab Azam(Retd); President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Mrs Toki Mabogunje and Director General, LCCI, Dr Muda Yusuf during a courtesy visit of the High Commissioner of Pakistan to Nigeria in Lagos.

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2021 Pakistan Independence day flag hoisting ceremony

Welcome to the 2021 Pakistan Independence day flag hoisting ceremony. Pakistan Independence Day on August 14 could be considered a double day of liberation. Muslim Indians also fought to be free of British rule and later re-armed to battle for their own nation-state, present day Pakistan — once part of the Indian subcontinent.

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TDAP’s 1st International Virtual Textile Exhibition 2021

TDAP’s 1st International Virtual Textile Exhibition, scheduled to be held from 1st – 5th February 2021;operational 24 hours offering convenience for the Buyers and visitors to attend/visit as per their respective time zones.

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Job Vacancy ─ Post for Marketing Officer

Applications with detailed resume are invited for the post of Marketing Officer/Trade Development Officer at Commercial Section, High Commission of Pakistan, Lagos for a contract period of ONE year. The applicants must possess the following to meet the application criteria…

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Pakistan Foreign Minister calls on Nigeria’s Foreign Minister

Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi called Nigeria’s Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama today and offered heartfelt condolences over the loss of more than 100 precious lives in a dastardly terrorist attack in Nigeria.

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2020 Pakistan Independence day flag hoisting ceremony

Welcome to the 2020 Pakistan Independence day flag hoisting ceremony. Pakistan Independence Day on August 14 could be considered a double day of liberation. Muslim Indians also fought to be free of British rule and later re-armed to battle for their own nation-state, present day Pakistan — once part of the Indian subcontinent.

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