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African Legislators Make Vain Appeal For Debt Cancellation 

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, is also the co-founder of the Conference of Speakers and Heads of African Parliaments (CoSAP) meeting this week in Abuja.

Legislative leaders from across Africa issued a joint appeal on Tuesday for creditor nations to cancel some of the continent’s outstanding debts. 

The parliamentarians are meeting this week in Abuja for the first-ever gathering of the Conference of Speakers and Heads of African Parliaments (CoSAP) that was founded in 2019 and, not surprising, debt relief is among the top items on their agenda.

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