Nigerian students battle Houdegbe varsity over non-accreditation of programmes
Nigerian students studying at Houdegbe North American University, (HNAUB), Benin Republic, are currently at loggerheads with the school authority over certificates being awarded by the institution.
Customs impounds 42 drums of explosives from Benin Republic
The Federal Operations Unit (FOU), Zone A of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), yesterday, intercepted 42 drums of calcium carbide smuggled into the country from the Benin Republic.
CAF picks dates for Eagles’ AFCON qualifiers against Benin Republic, Lesotho
Nigeria will play its final two African Cup of Nations qualifiers against the Benin Republic and Lesotho on March 27 and 30 respectively, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed...
Famine, rise in cost of produce imminent as herders’ attacks on Ogun communities persist
At a time farmers and agro produce merchants in Imeko Afon Local Council Area of Ogun State, and neighbouring communities bordering Benin Republic are gradually coming out of the doldrums of the coronavirus...
Construction of railway to Niger Republic economically driven, not political, says Amaechi
Following discordant tunes as to why the Federal Government approved funds for linking rail lines to Niger Republic, Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has explained that the idea behind the construction of the rail line from Kano to Maradin in the Niger Republic was purely economical rather than political. Amaechi, who disclosed this through his…
Lovers and haters of Nigeria
One character of the Nigerian political leadership that has become entrenched and which has not been in the overall interest of the country since independence in 1960 is the penchant of the leaders to always underrate serious national issues. The reason is that Nigeria has passed through several turbulent challenges and managed to survive but…
COVID-19: Passengers stranded as Benin Republic closes border
Hundreds of passengers were stranded in Seme on Saturday as the Benin Republic closed its border over the global coronavirus pandemic.
Exploring The World’s Largest Fetish Market In Lomé
Bordered by Ghana to the west, Benin to the east and Burkina Faso to the north, Togo boasts of several tourist attractions and I should mention that it is also the birthplace of popular footballer Emmanuel Adebayo. Lome, the capital of Togo located in the Gulf of Guinea, it is not quite a large city, but…