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The Chief Missioner of Nasrul-Lahi-l-Fatih Society, NASFAT, Imam Abdul-Azeez Onike, has urged people to make impact in life by serving humanity diligently.
Nigeria Breweries’ Gulder and Maltina have jointly boosted the ongoing Africa Individual Chess Championships (male and female) in Lagos, which started last weekend. The competition, which will run to September 28
The 15th International Arts and Crafts (INAC 2022) Expo was recently held in Abuja with over 32 countries of the world in attendance.
Togo on Tuesday extended a state of emergency for six months in its northern Savanes region, officials said, citing the need for a "return of peace" in an area where several jihadist attacks have taken place.
The Togolese Minister of Maritime Economy, Fisheries and Coastal Protection, Edem Kokou Tengue, has pledged the country’s support towards the Maritime Organisation of West and Central Africa
Delegations from Mali and Ivory Coast met on Thursday with Togo's President Faure Gnassingbe who is mediating a dispute over the arrest of 49 Ivorian soldiers in Bamako, sources close to the talks said.
An explosion in northern Togo has killed seven people, the military said on Sunday, without giving further details about the blast. The explosion happened in Tone prefecture near the border with Burkina Faso, where a Sahel jihadist insurgency is threatening to spill over into coastal West African nations. Togo last month declared a state of…
Gabon and Togo joined the Commonwealth on Saturday, becoming the latest nation with no historic ties to Britain to enter the English-speaking club headed by Queen Elizabeth II.
Four African countries, Ghana, Botswana, Togo and the Benin Republic are expected to participate in the relay events, as the national trials organised by the Athletics Federation of Nigeria...
The London-based Economist magazine is an unabashed establishment Anglo-American mouthpiece, cheerleading the invasion of, and “regime change” in, Iraq in 2003.
Togo's government on Monday declared a "state of security emergency" in its northern border region to give the armed forces more flexibility to deal with the threat of jihadist attacks.
Several hundred people protested in southeastern Burkina Faso Saturday against what they described as the government has left them to their own devices to fend off deadly jihadist attacks.