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8 Jun 2016
The need for the Federal Government to review the privatisation process of the country’s electricity firms as way of finding lasting solution to irregular power supply has been emphasised.
27 May 2016
The coalition comprising Faith Based Organisations, farmers groups, Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, Non-governmental Organisations, made the call yesterday in Abuja.
24 May 2016
Well, I believe it is a perception. The former governor of Adamawa State, Murtala Nyako is a member of APC. And he was among the first people to be arraigned.
16 May 2016
Waste management in all societies is as important as any other aspect of management because waste hazards can be devastating if defectively managed, chiefly in the thickly populated urban areas...
15 May 2016
Nigeria’s cavalier attitude towards its artistic and cultural heritage and its contemporary art in official government circles has long become legendary.
12 May 2016
Guinea-Bissau's President Jose Mario Vaz sacked his entire government on Thursday, demanding that the ruling party choose a new cabinet to lead the west African country out of its political crisis.
9 May 2016
The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN) has commended the federal government for dragging Shell Nigeria to court over Bonga oil spill.
7 May 2016
The National Chairman, Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, Alhaji Kiruwa Zuru, has declared support for Federal Government’s efforts to find a permanent solution to the recurring clashes between farmers and herdsmen.
20 Apr 2016
One of the surest things in life is that there are ups and downs, economies have booms and recessions, the capital markets go up and down but regardless of these facts we are hardly ever prepared for the down turns as a country or as individuals.
2 Sep 2015
Lebanon's divided government appeared powerless on Wednesday to address a growing protest campaign that began over a trash crisis and escalated with activists occupying the environment ministry. On Tuesday night, police forcibly evicted several dozen protesters who had occupied part of the ministry in a surprise bid to force the minister's resignation. The protest was…
7 Apr 2015
Libya's internationally recognised government has moved to divert revenues from the long-established state oil company and Central Bank to its own coffers -- in an effort experts warn is "risky" and likely to fail.
22 Mar 2015
An unprecedented rift emerged Sunday between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the government over the handling of the peace process to end the decades-long armed struggle by Kurdish militants.

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4 hours ago
If the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) takes power next year, there will no longer be a hiding place for oil thieves and their accomplices, no matter how highly placed they are in the country. This was the pledge of the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, on Saturday in Lagos when he interacted with a broad…
5 hours ago
London's transport system is not allowing advertising that "portrays Qatar as a desirable destination" or encourages people to attend the World Cup, under a 2019 policy response to LGBTQ laws there. The stance by Transport for London (TfL) has reportedly angered Doha during its hosting of the football tournament, with the Financial Times reporting Saturday…
6 hours ago
Robert Lewandowski, one of the most prolific strikers in club football, finally got the first World Cup goal of his career when he netted against Saudi Arabia on Saturday.
7 hours ago
A roadside bomb killed four troops in the north of Burkina Faso, an area wracked by a jihadist insurgency for years, the army said on Saturday.
7 hours ago
The Police Command in Ogun says it has arrested a 36-year-old suspected, Sikiru Ajibola, who allegedly raped 5-year-old boy to death in Ogijo area of Sagamu local government.