Nigerians pay N152b tuition in UK
Thousands of Nigerian students abroad are currently faced with serious challenges on account of the coronavirus pandemic and the growing possibility that the disease
Global virus infections top 10 million
Global infections from the novel coronavirus have topped 10 million as the rate of new cases surges, particularly in the United States and Latin America
UK parliamentarian groups raise concern over genocide in Nigeria
United Kingdom-based All-Party Groups, comprising informal groups of members of the House of Lords and House of Commons have raised concern about genocide in Nigeria.
UK-Nigeria tech to engage startups, ecosystem stakeholders on COVID-19
The United Kingdom (UK), said it is committed to supporting the growth of the tech sector in Nigeria, as a growing and sustainable digital ecosystem
PM Johnson says UK anti-racism protests 'hijacked by extremists'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Friday that the UK anti-racism protests had been "hijacked by extremists" who were attacking national monuments
EU parliament to urge UK to 'revise' Brexit talks stance
The European Parliament will on Friday urge Britain "to urgently revise its negotiating position" to avoid a breakdown in post-Brexit trade talks
UK government defends top adviser over lockdown 'breach'
The British government on Saturday rejected calls to sack top adviser Dominic Cummings over allegations he broke coronavirus lockdown rules by travelling across the country
Why COVID-19 is curable, by Ojeih
Dr. Paul Ojeih Jr. is the first son of the late Prof. Paul Olisa Ojeih and Managing Director (MD) of Iris Medical Foundation. Ojeih Jr. is an alternative medical practitioner with 22 years