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SERAP backs corruption probe of former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo

The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has welcomed “the reported probe by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of the government of former president Olusegun Obasanjo’s $16 billion power project as an opportunity for...

Senator Ike Ekweremadu, Igbo representatives and legitimacy deficit – Opinion by Uche Igwe

Earlier in the day, I watched the video making the rounds about the assault on the former Nigerian Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, at a cultural event hosted by Ndigbo in Nurnberg, Germany. 

The beating of Ekweremadu in Germany and the stones awaiting others – Opinion by Fredrick Nwabufo

There is pain. There is anger. And there is collective rage in the land. Nigerians are empty of options and are seeking avenues for a purge; for catharsis. The season of retribution may be upon us...

My American story – Eric Fouh

The amazing stories of Africans living in the United States are rarely told in the United States where most people in the news are often white. Kids who grow up watching television or browsing news sites often end...

Rugby World Cup Qualifiers: South Africa’s Springbok demolish Kenya’s Lionesses 39-0

On Saturday, the Springbok Women of South Africa played against the Lionesses of Kenya during the 2019 Rugby Africa Women's Cup a qualifier for the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup. In an enthralling game, South Africa...

Prophet T.B. Joshua saves woman from being set on fire for witchcraft

WASHINGTON (TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA) - A community feud fueled by superstition almost resulted in the gruesome murder of an elderly woman – but for the intervention of Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua. A...

British judge orders Nigerian government to pay $9bn to private gas firm

WASHINGTON (TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA) - A British judge has ordered the Nigerian government to pay $9bn in assets or about 20% of the country's declared foreign reserves of $45bn to a small private company for...

Northern youths endorse Tinubu for Nigerian President in 2023

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari was just sworn into office for a second term in May this year but already lobbying for the man or woman who will replace him is on.Northern youths...

Sick Nigerian Shi’ite leader El-Zakzaky whisked away after India drama

WASHINGTON (TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA) - The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has issued a statement detailing how the Shi'ite leader was arrested at the Abuja airport upon his arrival from India and whisked away by security...

Simon Ateba x-rays spying in Africa by Huawei, Samsung, Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter and others

WASHINGTON (TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA) - It's not just Chinese technology company Huawei. Other telecommunications giants from Samsung to Apple, from Facebook to Twitter and from Verizon to Google are most likely reading, listening, tracking and...
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Three months after inauguration, Nigeria’s ‘baba-go-slow’ will finally swear in ministers on Wednesday

The two-day retreat hosted by President Muhammadu Buhari came to an end on Tuesday, with a charge from the President to...

Nigerian Supreme Court declines Atiku’s request to access INEC’s central server that would have shown massive fraud

The lawyer for Atiku Abubakar, the main opposition candidate in the 2019 presidential election in Nigeria, has reacted to the Supreme...

German expertise behind West Africa’s first LNG storage and regasification plant

German companies ESC Engineers and Noordtec worked closely with Equatoguinean contractor Elite Construcciones on the design, development and construction of the...

Equatorial Guinea driving the gas business in Africa

Equatorial Guinea made yet another step closer to becoming a gas hub for Africa on Tuesday as it inaugurated the first...