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14 Oct
The United States government has donated 3,577,860 doses of Pfizer vaccine for the public health and benefit of the Nigerian people through COVAX.
11 Oct
The African Union says it will extend and expand its military operations against Al-Qaeda-linked Islamists in Somalia to include other member states, as its current mandate nears an end on December 31. The Horn of Africa nation has faced renewed instability in recent months, with long-running election delays and an ongoing row between its president…
13 Aug
Successive federal administrations have collectively earned a well-deserved reputation for their wretched dealing with labour.
30 Jul
The World Health Organisation (WHO), yesterday, announced that COVID-19 vaccine shipments to Africa were ramping up from multiple sources after a near-halt to deliveries in recent months.
30 Jul
Abia State Government has urged relevant security agencies in the state to thoroughly investigate an alleged threat to life claimed by a member representing...
4 Jun
A Nigerian delegation has told the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Parliament that the security situation in the country is dire.
1 Jun
As the political crisis in Mali degenerates into a full military government, some stakeholders have warned of the danger of descending into undemocratic alternatives in Nigeria as a result of the rising state of anarchy and violence.
14 May
About 38 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been acquired by the continent out of which 22.4 million doses have so far been administered, representing 1.8 per cent of the African population.
14 Apr
Every country has a national anthem and all countries have a national flag. A few countries have a national pledge and even fewer have a national tree.
3 Mar
The African Union (AU) has noted that though there has been a huge expansion of fibre optic networks on the continent (which have extended from 278 056 km in 2009 to 1.02 million km in June 2019), nearly 300 million Africans...
22 Feb
The African Union (AU) Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) has called for partnership among key stakeholders to address insecurity, poverty, illiteracy and other development challenges undermining the regional economy.
18 Feb
This month marks a decade since the start of the “Afro-Arab Spring.” Led by technology-wielding youths. These revolutions toppled mummified dictatorships in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya.

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Insurgency in Nigeria started precisely in the Northeast and it has already taken over the whole nation as at today with the ongoing attacks on military facilities
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Gunmen from a suspected criminal gang attacked a village market in northwest Nigeria's Sokoto state, killing 43 people, the state government said Monday. Heavily armed gangs known locally as bandits have terrorised northwest and central Nigeria for years, raiding and looting villages, but attacks have become even more violent in recent months. "Forty-three people have…
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The Japanese government has earmarked 260,000 dollars in its bid towards combating piracy and kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG).
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Belgian officials announced Monday they had broken up a cocaine smuggling gang, arresting 27 people in a series of raids during which they seized drugs, guns and luxury goods -- including horses.
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FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Monday his controversial plans to hold a World Cup every two years will help spread the fund's football generates away from a handful of super clubs.