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Coup: Thousands protest in Myanamar, demand Suu Kyi's release

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Thousands of people took to the streets of Yangon on Saturday to denounce this week's coup and demand the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in the first such demonstration... Read More


FMC Abuja inaugurates multidisciplinary cancer committee

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- An innovative response to cancer care through a multidisciplinary committee of diverse specialisation is being pioneered at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Abuja, under the leader... Read More


Cape Verde appears before ECOWAS Court, defends detention of Venezuelan diplomat

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Cape Verde's grounds for neglecting ECOWAS court's ruling on the release of the detained Venezuelan diplomat, Alex Saab, were the highlights of the case when it came up for hearing ... Read More


Dialectics of 'revolution' and 'democratic evolution', By Edwin Madunagu

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Although this confirmation is seen as a formality, the election of an American president will be constitutionally incomplete without it. In other words, no one can be legally pronou... Read More


War Crimes Trial: Prosecution accuses Massaquoi of trying to influence witnesses

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Prosecutors in the war crimes trial of Gibril Massaquoi alleged Friday that the defendant tried to influence witnesses in the case. State Prosecutor Tom Laitinen told presiding judg... Read More


Nigeria misses out as WHO allocates Pfizer vaccines to four African countries

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Africa's most populous country, Nigeria, will not be receiving the Pfizer and BioNTech approved COVID-19 vaccines due to its inability to meet the standard requirement of storing th... Read More


We'll not allow religious extremism in Kano - Ganduje

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- The Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, says his government would not allow religious extremists to start a violent crisis in the state again. Mr Ganduje stated this while a... Read More


Nigeria's capital importation falls by 60% in 2020

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Nigeria's total value of capital importation in 2020 stood at $9.7 billion, compared to $24 billion in 2019, representing a decline of 59.65 per cent between the two periods. Also,... Read More


Biden pledges cooperation with African countries

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- The United States President, Joe Biden, has pledged full cooperation with African countries in areas of shared interest. Mr Biden said his administration is committed to partnering... Read More


Other countries, besides Nigeria, where authorities won't let you use cryptocurrencies

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Since it was introduced over a decade ago, only about 30 of the world's 196 countries have embraced and expressed a positive stance towards cryptocurrency usage in their economies. ... Read More