2023: How Buhari can fulfill his promise on credible polls, by Ikokwu
If we decide to take the right steps, the first thing is for the National Assembly to send to him the bill about electronic voting, which he had refused to sign three times, so that it should be signed now not tomorrow.
AU, AFRIMA boost creative economy
All roads lead to Lagos State, Nigeria as music lovers, cultural enthusiast and African stars in Africa and diaspora gear up towards the upcoming sixth edition of the All Africa Music Award...
Ex-president Jonathan visits Buhari in Aso Rock, declines comments
Former President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday visited President Muhammadu Buhari, his first visit to Aso Rock in Buhari’s second term. He arrived at the State House around 2.58 pm and met the President behind closed doors in his office around 3pm.
AFRIMA returns to Lagos
Following the decision to withdraw the hosting right from Ghana, the African Union Commission (AUC) and the International Committee of AFRIMA have announced that the 6th edition of the All Africa Music Awards themed Feel Africa will be hosted in Lagos, in association with the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture. Billed to open on…
Foundation partners ESUT, AU, others on youth development
To enhance participation of youths in the nation’s developmental project, a non-governmental organisation, Baywood Foundation, has partnered with the African Union...
AFRIMA unveils sixth edition nominees
African Union (AU) and the international committee of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) unveiled the nominees’ list (regional category) for the 6th edition of the awards yesterday in Lagos.
Amid rising poverty, women group wants stipends for widows
President-General of the Battle Axe Women International, Dr. Linda Oge Okoye, has called on the African Union (AU) to make it mandatory for all member...
West Africa coastal countries and threat from jihadists
Since the collapse of the “caliphate” in Syria and Iraq, Islamic State (IS) has been looking for other places to raise its black flag.
Nigeria may Miss Afreximbank, AU’s $1b support to AfCFTA members
Nigeria may miss from partaking of the $1billion largesse planned for participating member countries in the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), which comes as a support to any initial fiscal imbalance arising from the implementations. The development came as a further boost for the implementation of AfCFTA, with the disclosure of the stabilisation facility to be made…