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26 Jan
Nigeria is looking to impose the same conditions given to Twitter on all other social media platforms accessible in the country. Nigeria's information minister Lai Mohammed said the decision was borne out of the recent development on suspension of Twitter operations in the country and the agreement reached before the suspension was lifted. "Whatever applies…
Nigerian media
12 Jul 2021
Several major Nigerian newspapers Monday carried a front-page advertorial that accused the authorities of planning to clamp down on freedom of information. Sponsored by the Nigerian Union of Journalists, Nigerian Guild of Editors and Newspaper Publishers Association of Nigerian, the advertorial, which featured a man behind a cage, said the Nigerian government is sponsoring amendments…

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Professor Christopher Imumolen, the presidential candidate of the Accord Party, believes that only a candidate who is unaffiliated to a sect can solve the effects vested by terrorism on the Nigerian economy. The effect of terrorist activities such as suicide bombings, kidnappings, destruction of lives, public infrastructure, private and entrepreneurial investments, the climate of fear,…
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Mexican authorities said Friday they were finally in a position to begin searching a flooded coal mine where 10 workers have been trapped for more than a week, offering fresh hope to anguished qrelatives.
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North Korea has lifted a mask mandate and eased other virus restrictions, state media said Saturday, days after leader Kim Jong Un declared "victory" over Covid-19.
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Nigeria and Barcelona forward Asisat Oshoala has been nominated for the Ballon d’Or. This was announced Friday August 12, 2022, by French Football. The 27-year-old Oshoala was included in a list of 20 players nominated for the 2022 Ballon d’Or. On Friday, August 12 2022, France football organizers of the Ballon d’Or Award released the…
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Gul Agha Jalali used to spend his nights planting bombs -- hoping to target an Afghan government soldier or, better still, a foreign serviceman.