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Nigeria

Nigeria: Private investors check Arik Air, Aero contractors

Two distress Nigerian airlines, Arik Air and Aero Contractors, may soon have private equity investments in their operations. The two airlines have already been taken...

Nigeria: Suspended SGF appears before probe panel

The suspended Secretary to the Nigerian Government, Babachir Lawal, appeared before the Yemi Osinbajo-led 3-man Panel in Abuja. The committee is to investigate corruption allegations...

Aid funds to stop famine in Nigeria’s northeast may dry up...

Aid organisations working to stop the famine in Nigeria will run out of money by June if donors do not give the cash they...

Power line kills fans watching Man Utd v Anderlecht match in...

At least seven Nigerian football fans died when a high-powered electricity line fell onto a building where they were watching Manchester United play Anderlecht...

Nigerian Security agencies debunk human rights abuse claims

Nigeria's security agencies have denied claims by Civil rights groups that their operatives engage in gross human rights abuses during counter-terrorism operations. They spoke at...

Nigeria reopens Abuja airport after six-week closure

Nigeria reopened the capital's airport in Abuja on Tuesday (April 18), officials said, following a six-week closure for runway repairs that disrupted international air...

Ethiopia Airlines land new Airbus 8350 in Abuja

The Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport has reopened after six weeks of closure for repairs. The Abuja airport runway had been under repairs and reopened a...

Nigeria : Herdsmen kill 12, injure 13 in Jema’a LGA

Southern Kaduna is on the edge again, as 12 people have been reported dead and 13 others injured after suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked the...

With Nigeria’s northeast facing famine, WFP funds could dry up in...

TVC NEWS The United Nations' World Food Programme could in a few weeks run out of funding to feed millions living on the brink...

Ekweremadu lauds Nigerians for sustaining democracy

The Deputy President of the Nigerian Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, on Sunday lauded Nigerians for investing in and sustaining democracy. According to Ekweremadu in a statement...
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