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Elitsa Georgieva

3 Jul
Before the Russo-Ukrainian War, which started in 2014 escalated on February 24, 2022, most African countries had been battling energy crises.
12 May
Inadequate storage and distribution infrastructure may worsen prevailing energy crisis infrastructure in the face of growing population and energy demand.

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Almost a year after The Guardian report on foreign airlines departing Nigerian shores empty, the situation has changed, but for the worse.
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At the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, the United States, last week, President Muhammadu Buhari, made an open-ended request for ‘outright’ debt cancellation for developing countries facing “the most severe challenges”.
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After a spell of seeming harmony within the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), discordant tunes are coming to the fore ahead of a long four-month campaign stretch for 2023 general elections, which officially kicks off on Wednesday, September 28.
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Anthony Joshua is set to defy promoter, Eddie Hearn, and sign a contract to fight Tyson Fury by today’s deadline, reports worldboxingnews.net.
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The dream of every Nigerian is the security of owning a home, but that reality has been scuttled, following rising prices of building materials and rents in the housing market.