Nigeria, Liberia, 10 others at risk of public safety, health, food security - Report
Nigerians have been listed as part of the 1.05 billion people globally, who are at the risk of suffering from public safety, health,
The $9.6bn judgment: A curious red-herring
That Nigeria, its government and supposedly enlighten public opinion are suffused and embroiled in the controversy of a London court judgment debt of a whopping 9.6 billion U.S dollars against Nigeria and in favour of an Irish company is curiously shocking, to say the least.
Djibouti affirms its position as a world-class commercial and logistics hub
A year ago, on February 22nd 2018, the State of Djibouti prematurely terminated the concession for the Doraleh container port, awarded in 2006 to Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT), a company essentially controlled by DP World, a minority shareholder.
Death toll at 52 after migrant boats sink off Djibouti
The death toll from the sinking of two boats carrying migrants to Yemen from Djibouti rose to 52 on Thursday, the UN migration agency said, appealing to regional leaders to take action to stop such tragedies.
Death toll at 28 after migrant boats sink off Djibouti
The death toll from the sinking of two migrant boats off the coast of Djibouti rose to 28 on Wednesday, with perhaps 130 more still missing.
US Defense Secretary Mattis visits strategic Djibouti
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis arrived Sunday for a short visit to Djibouti, a strategically important country on the Horn of Africa which hosts the United States' only permanent military base on the African continent.
Nigeria, 24 ministers to mobilize $1trillion investment in solar energy
Following the signing of the historic Paris Climate Change Agreement in New York on April 22, governments including Nigeria have pledged to take concerted action to lower the costs ...