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Expo 2020 Dubai

11 Dec 2021
Coco Reinarhz is one of the chefs satisfying the taste buds of visitors to the Alkebulan dining hall at the ongoing Expo 2020 Dubai.
2 Dec 2021
PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, left Abuja for the EXPO 2020 Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to engage other leaders from over 190 nations on the theme, “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future,” with a view to forging true and meaningful partnerships.
24 Sep 2021
For the first time in the 170-year history of World Expos, every African nation will participate, each with its own pavilion. The African Union will also host its own pavilion at Expo 2020 – a colourful arena devoid of national borders, showcasing Africa’s vast potential and ambitions, as reflected in its Agenda 2063, which address agriculture, transport, science and technology, and health.


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The United States has called on the Federal Government to bring to justice everyone that was involved in violence, including intimidation of voters and suppression of voting during the last election.
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The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Abdulrasheed Bawa, may be in for fresh trouble as over 250 Constitutional and Human Rights lawyers have called on the National Judicial Council to direct all courts in Nigeria not to entertain cases brought before them by the EFCC.
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The Southern Women’s Forum (SWF), a regional and non-partisan platform promoting and advancing the cause of political participation of women in Southern Nigeria, has lamented the decline in women’s political representation, just as it condemned the electoral violence and voter suppression that characterized the 2023 general elections across the country.
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Nigeria’s quest to return to the Olympic Games football event begins today, at the MKO Abiola Stadium, Abuja, where the U-23 Eagles will clash with their Guinean counterparts.
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As innovators, investors and world leaders converge in Silicon Valley, California, United States, on Wednesday to discuss the future of Africa at the African Diaspora Investment Symposium (ADIS), attention would be divided over the ripple effect of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), the bank of choice for most startups and venture capitalists, and the influence it had on the startup world, especially fintechs in Africa.