Simon Ateba

Mitchell Ofoyeju, Who Was The Voice And Face Of NDLEA For 10 Years, Including During Baba Suwe’s Turbulent Saga, Replaced

One of Nigeria's most popular spokesmen who spoke for and defended the country's anti-drug trafficking agency for ten years, including when a famous comedian was arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking, has been replaced.Mitchell Ofoyeju, who was appointed as...

VIDEO – What We Learnt In The United States: 2017 Mandela Washington Fellows In Their Own Words

After six weeks of study and leadership training at 38 higher education institutions across the United States, nearly one thousand Africans from 49 countries, have convened in Washington DC to meet with representatives of the U.S. Government, private sector...

THE WHARF, Washington D.C.’s Most Exciting Neighborhood Set To Open October 12

Washington D.C. was already an amazingly exciting international city, the capital of the United States, with many national monuments and museums primarily situated on or around the National Mall, a stream of amazing restaurants, clubs, parks, 176 embassies and underground trains...

After Despicable Silence, Nigeria’s Acting President Finally Condemns Deadly Ambush On Oil Workers. ‘We’re On Top Of The Situation’, He Claims

Nigeria's Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Sunday condemned "the appalling ambush, attack and abduction of soldiers, and civilians who were carrying out their duties to the Nation in the Lake Chad Basin Frontier Exploration" on July 25, five days...

Nigeria Falling Apart Under Osinbajo As Another Boko Haram Suicide Attack Leaves 14 Dead

Nigeria's Acting President,Yemi Osinbajo, seems to be incapable of protecting his countrymen. Day after day, many are killed under the leadership of the lawyer-turned politician.On Friday July 28, a suicide bombing by Boko Haram left at least 14 people...

After Lying, Nigerian Army Admits Boko Haram Ambush On Oil Workers In Borno Was A Massacre As More Bodies Are Recovered

The Nigerian Army admitted on Saturday that it lied when it claimed in a statement days ago that it had rescued oil workers ambushed and kidnapped by Boko Haram in Borno state on July 25.So far, only one out...

1000 Young Africans Hit Washington D.C. After Six Weeks Of Leadership Study In The United States

After six weeks of intensive academic study and leadership training at 38 higher education institutions across the United States, nearly one thousand young men and women from Sub-Saharan Africa will be convening in Washington D.C. next week to meet...

Boko Haram Terrorists Release Heartbreaking Video Of Abducted Nigerian Lecturers

Boko Haram terrorists have released the video of the abducted workers of the University of Maiduguri, the capital of Nigeria's northeastern state of Borno, where the insurgency began in 2009 before spreading to other parts of Nigeria, then Cameroon,...

In Bloody Operation, 20 Kidnappers Shot Dead In Nigeria To Rescue 6 Students, 8 Policemen Wounded, A Civilian Dead

At least 20 Kidnappers have been killed in Nigeria during a bloody rescue operation of six students, the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Fatai Owoseni, said on Friday.The six students were abducted at their Igbonla Model College in Epe, a...

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Based in Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, Simon leads a brilliant team of reporters, freelance journalists, analysts, researchers and contributors from around the world to run TODAY NEWS AFRICA as editor-in-chief. Simon Ateba's journalistic experience spans over 10 years and covers many beats, including business and investment, information technology, politics, diplomacy, human rights, science reporting and much more. Write him: simonateba@todaynewsafrica.com
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