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16 Sep
Super Falcons’ attacker, Monday Gift, lit the Mobolaji Johnson Arena Onikan, yesterday, with a brace that saw off brave Mali. It was the opening game of the maiden Aisha Buhari Invitational Women Football Tournament...
16 Sep
Sekou Touré is still alive in Guinea and the jinx must be broken to save Guinea from Malinké/Mandingo – Soussou inferno. From SekouTouré to Lansana Conté, through Dadis Camara, Sekouba Konaté
2 Sep
Sadio Mane scored as Senegal won and his Liverpool teammate Naby Keita created a goal as Guinea drew when 2022 World Cup group qualifying in Africa finally kicked off on Wednesday
20 Aug
The court of justice of the West Africa bloc ECOWAS has demanded that Mali justify the alleged detention of ex-leaders Moctar Ouane and Bah Ndaw, a lawyer for the two men said Friday.
18 Aug
Nigeria was yesterday drawn in the same group with old foes, Egypt, Sudan, and Guinea Bissau in Group D of the Cameroon 2022 African Cup of Nations (AFCON).
16 Aug
The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) says it has arrested one Emmanuel Stephen for allegedly trafficking his 21-year-old girlfriend to Mali
16 Aug
The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), has arrested a middle age man, Emmanuel Stephen, for allegedly trafficking his 21-year -old girlfriend...
9 Aug
Suspected jihadists massacred 51 civilians in northern Mali and killed 12 troops in an ambush in neighbouring Burkina Faso, the authorities said Monday, highlighting the security crisis gripping the two fragile states.
9 Aug
More than 40 civilians were killed in northern Mali when jihadists attacked three villages near the border with Niger, a military officer and local officials said on Monday.
3 Aug
A bus collided with a lorry killing 41 people and injuring 33 more during heavy rains on Tuesday in central Mali, the government said.
21 Jul
At least 20 people died while nine were rescued following a boating accident on an artificial lake in southwestern Mali, local officials said on Wednesday.
3 Jul
France announced Friday that it will resume joint military operations in Mali, after suspending them early last month following the West African country's second coup in less than a year.

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13 mins ago
The Oyo State Government has charged public and civil servants in the state’s workforce to put in their best for effective service delivery. Siju Lawal, the Commissioner for Establishment and Training, gave the charge in his keynote address while declaring open a one-day sensitisation workshop on effective service delivery and attitudinal change for secretarial assistants,…
13 mins ago
AIICO Insurance Plc, has emerged as Life Insurance Company of the Year and Digital Insurance Company of the Year at just concluded Banks and Other Financial Institutions (BAFI) Awards, organised by Businessday Newspaper.
15 mins ago
A professor of agriculture, Hafiz Abubakar, has warned that food challenges may persist and get complicated in the country if insecurity is not tamed urgently.
18 mins ago
The organised labour movement must embark on a state-by-state campaign to enforce the implementation of the national minimum wage, the Executive Secretary of Organisation of Trade Union of West Africa (OTUWA), John Odah has said. Odah, who stated this while speaking at the opening of the National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of the Non-Academic Staff…
19 mins ago
A multi-billion naira advanced medical diagnostic centre built by the Sokoto State Government has been completed and ready for commissioning.