August 6, 2022

Nigeria: Ex-President Jonathan Leads Election Observation Mission to Kenya

"The observers will be deployed in all the regions and specifically in ten counties, across Kenya."
August 6, 2022

Nigeria: Ex-President Jonathan Leads EISA Observation Mission to Kenya Elections

Former President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan will on Friday leave for Nairobi where he will be leading a team of observers to Kenya's general elections scheduled to take place on 9th August, 2022.
August 6, 2022

West Africa: Nigeria Threatens to Dump ECOWAS Over Discrepancies in Recruitment

Nigeria has threatened to withdraw its membership of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) over alleged discrepancies in ongoing recruitment exercises by the regional body.
August 6, 2022

Nigeria: Rainy Season Heightens Plight of Niger, Benue IDPs

The plight of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) across the country has continued to assume worrisome dimensions with the rainy season wreaking havoc on their dwelling places. Our correspondents in Benue and Niger states in this report shed light on how these displaced people are affected by the rainy season.
August 5, 2022

Niger: 24 dead and over 50,000 affected by heavy rains

Heavy rains that have been falling in Niger since June have killed 24 people and affected more than 50,000 others, authorities said on Thursday.
August 5, 2022

Nigerians struggle with basic needs

Russia's war in Ukraine increases pressure on many Nigerians who are now buying everyday products in small quantities
August 5, 2022

Nigeria Raises Security Around Prisons in Zamfara, Kebbi, Katsina to Prevent Attacks

Exit and entry routes in Katsina are now patrolled 24 hours to avert an attack
August 5, 2022

Nigeria: Federal Govt, Google Collaborate to Check Subversive YouTube Channels

The federal government and Google are collaborating to curb the excesses of subversive YouTube channels which are used to spread hate and disinformation against the country.
August 5, 2022

Nigeria: Amazon Prime Video Launches Local Service in Nigeria

Amazon Prime Video today announced the launch of the localized version of its streaming service in one of Africa's biggest markets--Nigeria. Just as it did in Southeast Asia some days back, the tech giant is attempting to boost its subscriber push in new markets like Africa by increasing its investment in local production, unveiling slates of localized originals and introducing discounted Amazon Prime membership offerings to customers.
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