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Nigerian kidnappers release four abducted NEMA staff

The four abducted workers of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), who were kidnapped last Tuesday in Obua-Adual Local Government Area (LGA) of Rivers State, have regained their freedom.

Atiku praises Nigerian workers on workers’ day

Presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 election and former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, congratulates Nigerian workers on this year's Workers Day, saying that the workers...

SERAP asks Governor Dickson in a letter to reject life pension for Bayelsa lawmakers

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sent an open letter to Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State urging him to use his “good offices as trustee of the state’s resources,...

Trump administration comments on Nigeria’s $593 million arms sale but leaves out many vital details

The Trump administration has commented on the arms sale approved for Nigeria on August 2, 2017, but the comments left out many vital details.Following a detailed...

Restructuring of Nigeria: Northern Govs to hold town hall meetings

The committee set up by the Northern Governors Forum and the Northern Traditional Rulers Council to aggregate the views of Northerners on the restructuring debate will hold public hearings in the 19 states of the region, the committee's chairman...

Only Diversification Will Keep Nigeria Out Of Recession – CACOL

The Nigerian Centre for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership, CACOL, said in a statement on Monday that it "appreciates and applauds the coming-out of economic recession recently achieved by Nigeria" but only diversification of the economy would keep Nigeria out...

Every Nigerian Senator Earns $8.3 Million A Year, A Presidential Anti-Corruption Adviser Has Discovered

Every Nigerian Senator earns $8.3 million a year in a country where at least 100 million people suffocate in squalor and can barely afford a dollar a day or even enjoy basic little things such as constant electricity or...

Opinion| Amaechi As The Locomotive Of Ajaokuta-Itakpe Rail Project

For close to thirty years the Ajaokuta-Itakpe rail line project has been put on hold based on the visionless leadership we have witnessed in the past. The project was conceptualised to facilitate the evacuation of raw materials and end-products...

Nigeria, South Africa At War, After Another Nigerian Is Murdered In Kwazulu Natal

Nigeria on Saturday condemned what it tagged "incessant extrajudicial killings of Nigerians in South Africa", after the Nigeria Union in South Africa confirmed the killing of Kingsley Ikeri at Vryheid town in Kwazulu Natal Province of South Africa on...

409 Billion Naira And 69 Million Dollars Already Recovered From Nigerian Thieves This Year

Nigeria is a wealthy country with oil and gas as well as other mineral and human resources, but its people are stuck in squalor and hopelessness and live without constant electricity or running water. We now know why.The country's...
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The Archbishop of Canterbury replies Nigerian activists over detained New York-based publisher Omoyele Sowore

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd Justin Portal Welby, has responded to an open letter by...
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BREAKING: Trump administration bars Kenya’s former Attorney General, Amos Sitswila Wako, his wife and son from entering USA over corruption

The United States on Monday announced that it was barring Kenya’s Former Attorney General Amos Sitswila Wako from entering the United States...

Jumia suspends e-commerce business in Cameroon

Online retailer Jumia Technologies suspended its e-commerce business in Cameroon on Monday.In a statement the company often...

Switching to renewable energy could save thousands of lives in Africa – Opinion by Leah Burrows, Harvard School of Engineering

By Leah Burrows, Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied SciencesLethabo Power Station is one of...

France returns sword looted from Senegal belonging to 19th century anti-colonial warrior Omar Saidou Tall

France has returned a sword looted from Senegal belonging to 19th century anti-colonial warrior Omar Saidou Tall.
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