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I am committed to strengthening WTO, achieving gender balance, says Okonjo-Iweala

DIRECTOR-GENERAL of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has announced the appointment of four deputy directors-general (DDGs), saying that she is committed to...

Insecurity: Nine Nigerian Police officers die in one week

THE Nigerian Police suffered attacks on their stations, resulting in the death of nine officers in one week, The ICIR has found.  Many Police stations...

“Investigative media, citizens’ participation critical in tackling corruption,” says MacArthur Africa deputy director

THE deputy director of the MacArthur Foundation, Africa office, Mr. Dayo Olaide has emphasized the crucial role of investigative journalism in the fight against...
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Two journalists killed, three imprisoned in the last six years

BETWEEN 2015 and 2021, two journalists were killed while three were imprisoned, according to data provided by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Analysis of...

With 71 attacks in one week, Kaduna, Zamfara top states hit by terror incidents

THERE were 174 kidnap victims and 154 civilian deaths from 71 violent attacks across the country in the last week, analysis of insecurity data...

Judiciary: Stark inequalities plague yet another set of Buhari appointments

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari's newly approved list of justices of the Court of Appeal reflects staggering inequality, with 61 per cent of jurists coming from...
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#BlackLivesMatter protest returns with death of Daunte Wright

THE death of Daunte Wright, a black man in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, USA, has sparked protests in world's biggest democracy, forcing the people of...

Twitter users trend #EndNigeriaNow to protest insecurity, doctors’ strike

NIGERIANS took to Twitter on Thursday to express their dissatisfaction with the level of  insecurity in the country, including the ongoing doctors' strike. They lamented...

Twitter suspends accounts of Nigerian influencers for canvassing Saab’s release

TWITTER has suspended the accounts of some Nigerian influencers  for canvassing the release of an arrested Colombian businessman Alex Saab.  The suspension of the accounts...
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