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NIGERIA’S ACTING PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO TODAY ATTENDED THE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT PAUL KAGAME OF RWANDA IN KIGALI, THE COUNTRY’S CAPITAL. 18TH AUGUST 2017. PHOTOS BY: NOVO ISIORO

ACTING PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO, ATTENDS PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT PAUL KAGAME OF RWANDA IN KIGALI, THE COUNTRY’S CAPITAL. 18TH AUGUST 2017. PHOTOS BY: NOVO ISIORO

ACTING PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO, ATTENDS PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT PAUL KAGAME OF RWANDA IN KIGALI, THE COUNTRY’S CAPITAL. 18TH AUGUST 2017. PHOTOS BY: NOVO ISIORO

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Novo Isioro is the personal photographer to Nigeria's Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo. She is a former Artistic Director/ Brand Ambassador at Nikon. She studied Entrepreneurial Management at Lagos Business School, PR at Nigeria Institute of Public Relations and Office Technology and Management Bilingual Option at Yaba College of Technology

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