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1 May
The United Kingdom (UK) and Nigeria have held trade and investment talks at the Economic and Development Forum (EDF) in London to promote trade and boost a partnership worth over £3b.
9 Jul 2019
MPs in Britain's House of Commons voted on Tuesday to extend same-sex marriage and abortion rights to Northern Ireland -- unless devolved government is restored there by October 21. Campaigners hailed the move as a "big step forward" in bringing the law in socially-conservative Northern Ireland in line with the rest of the country. However,…
3 May 2019
Best-known for sporting a swimsuit on television and for her strident support for Brexit, Penny Mordaunt made her public debut Friday as Britain's first female defence secretary.
22 Jul 2018
The UK International Development Secretary, Penny Mordaunt, yesterday, concluded a two-day visit to Nigeria, pledging that the United Kingdom will continue to support democracy in the country.

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Former Anambra State governor Peter Obi has resigned his membership of the People's Democratic Party (PDP). Obi dumped the PDP days before the presidential primary elections of the party. He was one of the leading presidential aspirants of the PDP alongside former vice president Atiku Abubakar, former Senate president Bukola Saraki, Rivers State governor Nyesom…
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