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Food insecurity: Blockade by North forces South to rethink agriculture

Difficulties experienced in the southern part of Nigeria as a result of food blockade by northern traders have forced investors, governments and socio-political groups...

Ganduje continues clampdown on dissenting aides

When Abdullahi Ganduje dismissed his media adviser, Salihu Tanko-Yakassai, popularly known as Dawisu, for publicly criticising President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Party...

Report blames rising piracy in Gulf of Guinea on weak response by Nigerian government

A  report by a British maritime security intelligence group Dryad Global has blamed weak response by the Nigerian government for the escalation of piracy...
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Outrage as Buhari mourns ex-Saudi minister but ignores victims of Maiduguri attack

A CONDOLENCE message released by Muhammadu Buhari on the death of a former Saudi Arabian minister has elicited outrage from Nigerians who were angered...

In Abuja, AEPB enforcement officers collect illegal monthly ‘protection’ levies from petty traders

THE Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) was set up to enforce all environmental laws in the Federal Capital Territory, including the ban on street...

Insecurity: Canada warns citizens against travelling to Nigeria

IN its latest travel advisory, the Canadian government has warned its citizens against non-essential' travels to Nigeria due to the high level of insecurity...
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How desperate applicants encourage extortion in NIN enrolment

INVESTIGATIONS  by The ICIR have shown that desperation by applicants seeking to obtain the National Identity Number (NIN) was a major factor in the...

Nigeria risks sanctions as Biden issues foreign policy memorandum on gay rights

Nigeria is among countries that could be sanctioned by the United States in line with a foreign policy memorandum signed by President Joe Biden...

‎COVID-19 has made world’s rich richer, the poor poorer – Oxfam

THE coronavirus pandemic has made the rich richer while further impoverishing the poor, according to a report by Oxfam, a global charity organisation.  Oxfam is...
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