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President Muhammadu Buhari said on Saturday that the priority of his administration is to ensure national food security before export of food products. The President said this while contributing to a Presidential Panel Roundtable on Investment and Growth Opportunities at...

10 Years After, Nigeria Begins Review Of 2006 Air Accident Investigation Regulations

The Nigerian government announced on Friday that it will begin the review of its air accident investigation regulations at a workshop next Tuesday, 23 February, to conform to updated International Civil Aviation Organisation, ICAO, Standards and Recommended Practices, SARPS. The last regulations...

Editorial: To Mediocre Spokesmen Of Nigerian Politicians

Imam Imam does it very well from Sokoto. He adds pictures to his statements. He's also very active on the social media and tweets articles about his principal, Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal. He once wrote a piece about the job of...

VP Osinbajo Finds Hope, Good People, In Boko Haram Ravaged Northeast

It is not just about bombings, killings and fear. People living in Nigeria's northeast, where Boko Haram has been wreaking havoc since 2009, have not lost their humanity and they must be commended, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said on...

Nigeria’s Electoral Body Postpones Imo Elections Following Clashes

Nigeria's electoral body, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), on Friday, postponed election in Imo North senatorial district and three other state constituencies following violent clashes that started on Thursday in the only state in eastern Nigeria where the All...

Breaking! Cameroon Army Kills Dozens Of Boko Haram Members After Bombings Killed 20, Injured 52

The Cameroonian army killed dozens of suspected Boko Haram members on Friday evening, following a double suicide bombing that killed 20 people and injured 52 in Cameroon’s far north in the morning. Local newspaper, L'Oeil du Sahel, said the army...

U.S. , Coca–Cola To Provide Drinking Water For 100, 000 Nigerians In Cross River

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Coca-Cola Company have announced support for a new programme under their Water and Development Alliance (WADA) project. The $2 million project will provide up to 100,000 citizens in Cross River State with access...

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Spend COVID-19 money but keep the receipts, IMF tells countries receiving emergency financing

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday again urged countries that are receiving emergency financing to...

Akinwumi Adesina to step back as African Development Bank agrees to probe him again after Trump administration pressures

The African Development Bank’s board has agreed to open a fresh independent investigation of its President Akinwumi Adesina following pressures from the...

Trump administration asks African Development Bank to re-investigate its embattled President Akinwumi Adesina accused of nepotism and favoritism

The Donald Trump administration has written the African Development Bank, urging the continent’s biggest multilateral lender to reopen an investigation into...

African Development Bank: Tolling Bells for Humanity – Perspectives by Equatorial Guinea’s Minister of Finance Cesar MBA ABOGO

COVID-19 is severely testing Africa's social, economic and political resilience. While it is true that our countries are taking bold actions to...

African Development Bank approves €188m ($204m) loan for Mauritius to respond to COVID-19

The African Development Bank has approved €188 million ($204 million) loan for Mauritius to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Group’s Board of Directors said...

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