44 jihadists found dead in Chad prison
A group of 44 suspected members of Boko Haram, arrested during a recent operation against the jihadist group, have been found dead in their prison cell, apparently poisoned
Government to plant 25 million trees, set for Lake Chad restoration
The Federal Government is working towards ecological restoration and recharges in the Lake Chad to improve the livelihoods, address the environmental as well as to security challenges
How the climate crisis can trigger the sixth extinction, by Naza Alakija
Climate Change activist, Nazanin Alakija has said that the worlds’ ecosystem is currently experiencing its harshest ecological disruption we have ever witnessed.
Fact Check: Is Buhari's statement on Lake Chad correct?
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari Monday said Lake Chad, located in the country's northeast border, has "shrunk significantly from its original size." Buhari told World leaders at the United Nations Climate Action Summit that the reduction in the size of the lake was due to climate change. But his claims about the lake was questioned by Reuters…
Terrorists fleeing Lake Chad in droves, military claims
The Nigerian Army has said Boko Haram/ISWAP fighters have been fleeing in droves to North and Central Africa following its offensives in the Lake Chad region.
Parliamentary polls: INEC pledges to assist Chad
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has expressed its readiness to assist its counterpart from the Republic of Chad to conduct free, fair and credible parliamentary elections.
UNESCO moves to end conflict in management of Lake Chad resources
The Regional Centre for Integrated River Basin Management (RC-IRBM), under the auspices of United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), has advocated for peaceful and sustainable management of Lake Chad natural resources through the Potential Conflict to Cooperation Potential (PCCP) approach.
Money row sparks deadly Nigeria jihadist infighting
A dispute over money within a Nigerian jihadist faction affiliated to the Islamic State group has spiraled into clashes that have killed "scores" of fighters, sources said.
Military refutes killing of 40 soldiers in Lake Chad region
The military has refuted claims that Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) killed 40 soldiers in a recent attack on Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) at Baga, Borno State.