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3 Jul 2016
Last week, Lagos State Government announced to newsmen that it would be the city of focus at the world class Toronto International Film Festival scheduled to be held in Canada ...
30 Jun 2016
Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday that the German parliament should be consulted on the EU's free trade deal with Canada, setting her on a collision course with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker.
22 Jun 2016
In 2006, at the age of 19, Chizoba Imoka, an undergraduate student of Economics at University of Alberta, Canada, came up with the idea of setting up Unveiling Africa Foundation (UVA/unveilingafrica.org) ...
22 Jun 2016
Canadian business software maker OpenText Corp (OTC.TO) said it would buy HP Inc’s (HPQ.N) customer management software business for $315 million.
19 Jun 2016
Most countries adopt the system of government, which best suits their circumstances and people. Often adopted is federalism, a system in which power is shared between a central government and its constituent units.
14 Jun 2016
In Nigeria when people feel aggrieved that they are not getting a fair share of the national cake, they demand more states but the states are now temporally unviable.
2 Jun 2016
Global oversupply of crude oil may likely to limit price gains this year, despite a series of unplanned outages and shrinking U.S. shale production, a Reuters poll revealed yesterday.
30 May 2016
Communication Across Culture examines the pre-colonial communication media in Africa and the strategies which are needed for effective communication in the continent today.
19 May 2016
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced a heap of criticism Thursday after he elbowed an opposition MP and manhandled another in parliament the previous day.
18 May 2016
Oil workers in Canada’s western province of Alberta have been ordered to evacuate camps as a resurgent wildfire heads towards them.
11 May 2016
There was a rush on pillows at Canada's largest fire evacuation center Tuesday as many who fled wildfires in Alberta province's oil region looked forward to their first good sleep in days.
11 May 2016
Oil prices rose about three per cent on Tuesday, recovering most of the previous session’s losses, as supply disruptions of 2.5 million barrels per day in Canada ...

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The Governor Mai Mala Buni led caretaker and extra ordinary convention planning committee (CECPC) can now heave a sigh of relief following the decision to convene the national convention of up the party in February next year.