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2 Dec
An all-white tribunal in London has ruled that the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office formerly known as British Department for International Development (DFID) in Nigeria
30 Nov
Ari Lennox | E R&B singer Ari Lennox was arrested at Amsterdam Schiphol airport on Monday following a "racial profiling" incident.  The singer shared on social media that she has a run-in with authorities in the Netherlands.  "I'm being arrested in Amsterdam for reacting to a woman racially profiling me," Lennox wrote on Twitter on…
3 Aug 2021
This August marks the 20th anniversary of the United Nations World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance which took place in South Africa

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson presided over a culture of lockdown-breaking parties that featured drunken fighting among staff, according to a long-awaited inquiry Wednesday that prompted renewed calls for his resignation.
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Reverend Shalom Kelvin Akinbo, the Head Pastor of Doers Nation International Church, in Akure, the Ondo State capital, has called on eligible voters, especially Nigerian youths, to throw their weight behind Tein Jack-Rich, saying that is the man, as revealed to him by God, that should succeed Muhammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s next president. The cleric,…
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Neymar says he would like to stay at French champions Paris Saint-Germain despite rarely justifying his world record fee of 222 million euros ($236 million) and amid rumours the club would like him to leave.
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Mavin CEO Don Jazzy has taken to Twitter to celebrate after the record group's single Overdose reached the number one spot on the Apple Music Nigeria chart. Don Jazzy shared a screenshot showing the song's new spot at number one on the Apple music chart. In his tweet, Don Jazzy thanked the Mavin team, fans, and Wizkid,…
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The WHO chief told member states Wednesday that he was fully committed to reforms needed to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse by staff, acknowledging more needed to be done.