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Russia Invasion

10 Jun
As Russian aggression against Ukraine continues, the Charge d’Affairs, Embassy of Ukraine in Nigeria, Bohdan Soltys has decried the high level of crimes against humanity going on in the occupied regions of Ukraine. He told Bridget Chiedu Onochie that Ukraine will fight as long as it is necessary to win noting that Ukraine’s victory means restoring its sovereignty and territorial integrity within the internationally recognized borders 
13 Mar
No fewer than 301 stranded Nigerians returned home from Ukraine amidst Russia attacks on multiple fronts through Budapest.
8 Mar
US President Joe Biden said Tuesday that the war in Ukraine would "never be a victory" for President Vladimir Putin as global outrage mounts over the plight of civilians caught up in the Russian invasion.
5 Mar
Every gust of wind loosens another pane of glass, another lump of rubble, sending debris crashing into the streets of Chernihiv, scattering surviving civilians as they navigate their devastated city.
28 Feb
Russian clubs and their national teams have been banned from taking part in footballing competitions until further notice by both FIFA and UEFA following their country's attack on Ukraine. The two governing bodies' decision sees Russia booted out of World Cup qualification in a U-turn move, having initially declared that Valeri Karpin's side would be…
27 Feb
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his defence chiefs to put the country's nuclear "deterrence forces" on high alert Sunday and accused the West of taking "unfriendly" steps against his country.
27 Feb
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Sunday that Moscow was bombarding residential areas in Ukraine as its invading forces sought to push deeper into the pro-Western country.
26 Feb
Russia’s assault on Ukraine, which began last Thursday, continued yesterday with Poland announcing that it has shipped a convoy with ammunition to the invaded country.


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Investigations have revealed that over 8,000 stranded overtime cargoes, valued at about N3 trillion, are currently littering the country’s three major seaports – Apapa, Tin Can and Onne – with little or no effort made to find a lasting solution to the nuisance caused by the scraps.
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After another fence-mending session at the weekend between presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, who has remained estranged since the party concluded its convention in May...
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It was not cheery news on the trading floor of the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX), as activities on the stock market took a negative turn last Tuesday following the increase of the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR) for the third consecutive time to stabilise prices.
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Faced with the grim reality of a world in which up to 163 million poor people now live in cities and urban areas - without income, decent housing and access basic services, governments around the globe are today pausing to marshal forces against the growing plague called urbanisation.
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Acting Federal Controller of Works in Anambra State, Seyi Martins, has promised that the second Niger Bridge will be ready for use by December this year to ease movement into the South East.