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Peace Accord

9 Mar
Governorship candidates of various political parties in Bauchi State, yesterday, signed a peace accord for the election billed to hold later this month.
23 Feb
The Diplomatic Missions of the United States, Australia, Japan, Norway, Canada and the United Kingdom in Nigeria have the excitement over the signing of the second Peace Accord by the Presidential candidates for the Saturday election in the country.
1 Nov
A diaspora think-tank, Nigerian Global Roundtable, has expressed concern over the radicalisation of the Nigerian political space by actors and parties ahead of the 2023 general elections.
30 Sep 2022
As the grueling contest begins for the February 25 polls, presidential candidates of all 18 recognised political parties, yesterday, signed a peace accord committing to a peaceful campaign towards ..
8 Feb 2019
The United States has asked the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to resist external “pressure and intimidation” in the upcoming general elections scheduled for February 16 and March 2. The United States’ Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo, in a press statement, said that the upcoming elections in Nigeria would be an opportunity for the country…


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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that the Nigerian payment system infrastructure is robust enough to handle the growing surge in online transactions. It therefore urged Nigerians to embrace alternative payment channels such as eNaira..