Dutch Queen Maxima's visit to Nigeria, First Day

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands began her visit to Nigeria which will last for 3 days between the dates of October 31, November 2. Queen Maxima began visits in Lagos city on the first day of her visit. Queen Maxima firstly visited Subol Hospital in Lagos.There, she was informed about how poor people can do their health insurance procedures over their cell phones. That pilot project was started upon the request of PharmAccess which is a non profit organization of the state of Lagos. The Queen wore a yellow Natan dress which she had worn before.
Queen Maxima visited Subol Hospital in Lagos. That pilot project was started PharmAccess. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Maxima visited Subol Hospital in Lagos. That pilot project was started PharmAccess. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Maxima visited Subol Hospital in Lagos. That pilot project was started PharmAccess. Queen wore Natan dress
Queen Maxima visited Subol Hospital in Lagos. That pilot project was started PharmAccess. Queen wore Natan dress
After the field visit, Queen Maxima met with Governor of the state of Lagos, Akinwunmi Ambode. Then, the Queen attended a roundtable meeting with representatives of private sector, subject of which was the importance of a good access to the financial services.
Queen Maxima met with Governor of the state of Lagos, Akinwunmi Ambode
Queen Maxima met with Governor of the state of Lagos, Akinwunmi Ambode
The Queen will do extensive financial studies in Nigeria and attend various meetings. Government of Nigeria started a National Strategy for Financial Services for the purpose of contributing to the economical development of the population. The current visit focuses on facilities of acceleration of the process of reaching financial services.

2 comments:

  1. She looks so much better now when her hair is tied up when without hair dresser.

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