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FG donates ₦157B worth of made-in-Nigeria drugs to Cameroon train accident victims

The FG of Nigeria has donated 70 tonnes of made-in-Nigeria drugs and medicare to Cameroon in aid of victims of the recent train accident that claimed at least 70 lives and injured hundreds.  The drugs included analgesics, infusions, anaesthetics, supplements, antimicrobials, etc. The donation worth half a million dollars was airlifted by four military aircraft and presented to the Cameroonian envoy by Minister of state for Foreign Affairs, Khadija Bukar Abba.

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