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17 Aug
The European Union Agents for Citizens-driven Transformation (EU-ACT) and the British Council have stressed the need for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to comply with regulatory
1 Aug
The British Council, Nigeria, in collaboration with Cambridge University Press and Assessment has recognised outstanding 110 students from 45 Nigerian schools.
20 Jun
A Child expert and founder of Flourish Initiative and Advocacy for the Less-Privilege, Florence Adewale, has urged an end to discrimination against left-handers in Nigeria.
2 May
European Union and the British Council have trained about 40 Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Rivers State on compliance requirements on regulatory frameworks with the aim of making them become more efficient in monitoring ills in the society.
8 Apr
The British Council has initiated a new global network, Alumni UK, for people from around the world who have studied in the UK as overseas students.
3 Mar
The British Council has called on the international community, industry players and individuals to collaborate with the Nigerian government for the country to achieve
24 Jan
The British Council has named the Olashore International School (OIS) as winner of the 2021-2023 British International School Award (ISA) for its commitment to promoting global awareness and understanding in the school.
26 Sep 2020
Five young Nigerians have emerged winners in the British Council’s Creative Enterprise Support Programme with each winner going home with £2000 each in grant funding and mentorship with key fashion industry players.
13 Sep 2020
The British Council has launched its digital library in Nigeria. This is part of the organisation’s efforts to make educational and entertainment resources available to all.
24 Jul 2020
European Union (EU) and the British Council have taken the war against the COVID-19 pandemic to rural areas in Adamawa State. The campaign will employ a door-to-door communicative system from trained residents using megaphones to reach out to their targeted audiences. The project, public engagement and awareness education on COVID-19 pandemic in Adamawa State, anchored…
5 Apr 2020
Recently, March 5, to be precise, the British Council (BC) in Nigeria hosted high networth guests to its facility, as it celebrated the final leg of the council’s 75th anniversary.
24 Feb 2020
Therefore in 2018 when the Swiss government mooted the idea to return the second and last tranche of the Abacha loot to Nigeria, it did it in three ways. One, it signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with the Nigerian government with a strong proviso and commitment that the Nigerian government put the monies to…

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Lagos State Police Command says it has arrested two suspected cultists in the state and recovered firearm from them. The command’s Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, stated this in a statement made available to newsmen on Sunday in Lagos. He said that the suspected cultists were arrested on Sept. 23 at about 6.30…
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Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS), Vice Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo has warned Officers and Ratings under his watch to stay away from partisan politics and desist from unprofessional conduct that damaged the image of the Nigerian Navy during the 2023 elections.
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As part of the build-up towards ensuring concrete security arrangements for the nation, as the 2023 General Elections approach, the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, has approved the training of the first batch of Bell 412EP B1.3 Type-Training Course for Police Airwing Aircraft Maintenance Engineers comprising 17 officers, whose training is expected to improve the technical expertise of the Aircraft Maintenance Unit of the Police Airwing and prevent operational mishaps during aerial surveillance operations.