Northeast Recovery: The European Union Example
The European Union is taking the lead in the on-going collaborations for recovery, resilience and reconciliation in the communities devastated by the Boko Haram crisis in Nigeria’s Northeast region.
Without inclusive growth and opportunities, separatist agitations will continue
The European Union has expressed concerns about growing separatist agitations in the country, saying the body was interested in finding a peaceful avenue for a sustainable solution, so that the country can remain united.
No Brexit breakthrough coming at summit - EU's Tusk
Leaders of the other 27 EU members meeting in Brussels on Thursday and Friday are set to postpone until at least December a decision on whether enough progress has been made in talks to move on to discussing Britain and the EU's future relationship.
Compact with Africa: A game changer or another white elephant?
At the G20 meeting in June this initiative was launched. Is it a game changer or one more grandiose proclamation that will not go anywhere? The initiative, Germany’s support and recent developments suggest otherwise.
German police smash EU-Nigeria fake marriage syndicate
German police on Tuesday said they have broken up a fake marriage ring that paired Portuguese women with Nigerian men who paid thousands of euros for a chance to gain EU residency.
EU, Nigeria to facilitate trade, investment
Nigerian Government Monday, deliberated with the European Union (EU) delegation on ways to facilitate trade and investment in Nigeria.The agreement was reached at the meeting between the Ambassador and Head of EU delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS, Michell Arion....
Speed up dialogue for peace in Niger Delta, South-South leaders, EU, others charge FG
Leaders of Nigeria’s South-South region, the European Union (EU) among others, have charged the Federal Government to accelerate its dialogue with Pan Niger Delta Elders Forum (PANDEF) to ensure continued peace in the region.
Nigeria loses over $1 billion annually due to open defecation
As a result of open defecation, findings by the European Union (EU) and United Nations International Children Education Fund (UNICEF) have disclosed the country is losing more than $1billion annually since 2010 while another N445 billion is being lost due to poor sanitation.
European Union to fight crime in Gulf of Guinea with €9.2 million scheme
GOGIN is a tangible outcome of the Code of Conduct on the repression of piracy, armed robbery against ships, and illicit maritime activity in West and Central Africa that was adopted at the June 2013 Summit of Heads of State in Yaoundé, Cameroun, also known as the Yaoundé Process.