Nigeria’s curious electricity export
Most Nigerians may not be aware of the government’s exports of electricity to some West African countries. As a matter of fact, many can swear that the government
Transporters decry lack of rail connectivity to Nigerian seaports
The West Africa Road Transport Union (WARTU), has decried lack of rail connectivity into Nigerian seaports, saying this encourages cargo diversion
53 more Nigerian returnees from Ghana, Benin Republic arrive Seme border
Another batch of 53 Nigerian returnees from Ghana and Benin Republic arrived Seme Border Post in Lagos State on Saturday, the News Agency of Nigeria reports (NAN) reports
Another 23 Nigerian returnees from Togo arrive Seme border
Another batch of 23 Nigerian returnees from Togo Republic arrived Seme Border Post in Lagos State...
Togo confirms first coronavirus case
Togo on Friday confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus after a 42-year-old woman tested positive following her return from a trip to Benin, Germany, France and Turkey.
Two sides claim victory in Togo vote as challenger cries foul
Two sides have claimed victory in Togo's presidential election as the main challenger to incumbent Faure Gnassingbe cried foul, citing "revelations of fraud".
I don't feel like a dictator, says Togo's longtime leader
Togo's President Faure Gnassingbe on Thursday insisted he was not a "dictator", days before an election in which he is aiming to extend his family's decades-long domination over the West African nation.
Togo bars observer group from monitoring election
Togo's election authorities on Wednesday barred a main independent observer group from monitoring an upcoming poll expected to see President Faure Gnassingbe extend his family's decades-long rule.