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REPORT: How Open-air markets are a weak link in the fight against COVID-19

LOUD, raucous, congested, smells of ripe fruits, roast meat and food wafting in the air as vendors cry out their wares. This is standard fare in an open-air market across Kenya and Nigeria.

Independence is at the heart of the African Development Bank’s ability to be effective

By Kalu Ojah, University of the Witwatersrand INDEPENDENCE is a cardinal pillar for organisations that are set up to deliver a public good. Their success...

Ghana, Gabon and Kenya confirm first cases of coronavirus despite travel restrictions

GHANA, Gabon and Kenya have all confirmed they have recorded first cases of coronavirus despite imposing travel restrictions  within the week. Kwaku Agyemang Manu, Ghana's...

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2023 presidential election: Behold politicians being touted as Nigeria’s next messiahs

ABOUT 18 months to the 2023 presidential elections, a number of Nigerian politicians are being touted as messiahs that...

Lawmakers grill presidential committee over controversial sale of Radio Nigeria building

Nigerian lawmakers have invited members of the Presidential Implementation Committee on the Sale of Government Property, PIC, to explain...

Delta House of Assembly passes anti-open grazing bill

A bill prohibiting open grazing in Delta State has been passed by the state house of assembly. The bill was...

Buhari asks Senate to confirm new board members of EFCC

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has asked the Nigerian Senate to confirm the new board members of the Economic and Financial...

Buhari writes Senate, seeks amendment to PIA

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has asked the Nigerian Senate to amend the recently signed Petroleum Industry Act (PIA). In the letter...
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