Friday, 9th December 2022
Breaking News:


20 Nov
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of First Eco Limited, Mrs Samantha Simeon has bagged African Union (AU) Ambassadorial award.
11 Nov
With more girls and young women especially in northern Nigeria being affected by vesicovaginal fistula and a high rate of maternal and infant mortality, the African Union delegation on protecting the rights of the child and ending female genital mutilation, has begun moves in partnership with Civil Society coalition in Nigeria as well as religious and traditional leaders to end child marriages in Nigeria.
3 Nov
The University of Pretoria’s (UP) Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship (CAS) and Future Africa, recently partnered with the Sweden-based Nordic Africa Institute (NAI), to host a policy dialogue on “Fifteen Diplomats on A Powder Keg: Africa and the United Nations (UN) Security Council.”
25 Aug
African Union (AU) and World Health Organisation (WHO), yesterday, said investment and funding for tuberculosis control in Africa remain low, jeopardising efforts to meet the global target
27 Jul
As the African Union (AU) turned 20 this month, it has achieved a few successes but remains a weak organisation embarking on sporadic bouts of illusory reforms.
23 Jul
Forgive me for writing you a public letter even though a copy of this will soon be on your desk at the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. This is only for your information, for now.
22 Jul
The African Union Development Agency-New Partnership for Africa’s Development (AUDA-NEPAD) has dismissed fears that more Nigerians might face food insecurity.
22 Jun
The African Union has said it will not be party to talks that exclude significant actors in an effort to get Sudan's transition back on track after last year's military coup.
2 Jun
The head of the African Union, Senegalese President Macky Sall, will speak with President Vladimir Putin in the southwestern Russian city of Sochi on Friday, Dakar said.
31 May
The chairman of the African Union warned EU leaders Tuesday that their decision to expel Russian banks from the SWIFT financial messaging system risks hurting food supplies to the continent.
3 May
Heavily armed Al-Shabaab jihadist fighters on Tuesday attacked a military base in Somalia where African Union peacekeepers are stationed, causing casualties, a local military commander and witnesses said.
26 Apr
As the world moves into the fourth industrial revolution, with emerging technologies, African storytellers have been challenged to think of how to deploy new media technologies for citizen engagement to address the changing communications landscape.


2 mins ago
Eminent Nigerians from the Southeast under the authority of the Igbo Elders Consultative Forum have urged Southeast residents to reject the five-day sit-at-home declared by Finland-based Simon Ekpa, a protege of detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The South-East elders described Ekpa's draconian order as the height of insensitivity to…
11 mins ago
The World Health Organization (WHO) has stressed the need for the government to show political commitment to building a strong health system, based on primary care, with emphasis on disease prevention and health promotion as well as the best defence against outbreaks and other health emergencies.
19 mins ago
The Chief of Air Staff (CAS) Air Marshal Oladayo Amao, has said that the military had greatly decimated insurgents and other criminal elements terrorising the country.
24 mins ago
The governorship candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abia State, Chief Ikechi Emenike, has promised to alleviate the suffering of the people by developing the economy, creating jobs and attracting foreign direct investment, if elected in 2023.
30 mins ago
The Nigeria Customs Service (NSC) Kebbi State Area Command, says it generated about N127 million in November as revenue from mostly import of goods into the country through the Kamba border.