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Women in Agriculture: How I overcame huge losses - Farmer

Nigeria, April 18 -- Yinka Adesola is a large-scale vegetable farmer in Oyo State. On her 20 hectare of land (the size of 24 football pitches), she cultivates on 12 hectares annually, one hectare per ... Read More


OAU students express frustration over transcript application process

Nigeria, April 17 -- Some students of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State have expressed displeasure over what they termed as frustrating the process of getting their academic transcri... Read More


Amidst vaccine insufficiency, Nigeria vaccinates over a million people

Nigeria, April 17 -- As the Nigerian government gives its component states a condition to halt new COVID-19 vaccinations, only about 50 per cent of 'eligible' Nigerians have been vaccinated, an offici... Read More


Capital budget implementation worst in Cross River, Ogun, Imo - Report

Nigeria, April 17 -- Twelve out of Nigeria's 36 states paid the least attention to the implementation of real and people-impacting projects, classified as capital expenditure in the 2019 Budget, recor... Read More


Amaechi's ministry blocks rail ticketing details amid questions over returns

Nigeria, April 16 -- Nigeria's transport ministry has turned down requests to make public details of its recent concession of the Kaduna-Abuja rail ticketing, amid concerns over the valuation of the d... Read More


CBN right to print money and lend government - Emefiele

Nigeria, April 16 -- The governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, has dismissed the claim by the governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, that the bank printed and shared money to sta... Read More


Obaseki denounces Buhari govt's 'monetary rascality'

Nigeria, April 15 -- The governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, has reacted to the Nigerian government's denial that it printed money in March to support allocations to states. The governor said the ... Read More


Nigeria suffers massive power outage as several plants break down

Nigeria, April 15 -- Nigeria suffered an extensive power outage in recent weeks because 18 plants accounting for most of the electricity the country generates had faced operational problems, the gover... Read More


Women in Agriculture: My experience as agrictech volunteer - Student

Nigeria, April 10 -- Ukachi Ogujuba is a volunteer for an agric tech firm and a smallholder farmer in Imo State. In this episode of our Women in Agriculture, she shares her experience. PT: Agricultur... Read More


Panel says Addax Petroleum caused Nigeria 'economic waste', submits report to Buhari

Nigeria, April 7 -- A committee set up by President Muhammadu Buhari to investigate a "breach" of agreement by Addax Petroleum, has accused the company of causing the country a huge economic loss. Th... Read More