How Drug makers Use Nigeria’s Population against its Citizens

As Africa’s largest economy, most highly populated country, and biggest consumer market, Nigeria has been hailed as the next frontier for pharma after South...

Social media fostering fake news

A new poll suggests social media social propagates fake news far more than word of mouth, the internet, television and newspaper combined. This finding is...

UN rapporteur to assess human trafficking in Nigeria

The United Nations special rapporteur Maria Giammarinaro arrives Nigeria today on an official visit to assess human trafficking in the country. Giammarinaro says her weeklong...

$60m supercomputer to advance science, engineering research

America’s National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $60 million to fund the largest and most powerful supercomputer ever. The supercomputer to be called Frontera, will...

Army releases 24 kids from custody after being cleared of Boko Haram ties

Twenty-four more children have been released from administrative custody of the army, bringing to 207 the number of children released this year. They were being...

British Council Nigeria builds media Capacity on Conflict reporting

By Ndidichukwu Odoh British Council Nigeria has urged the media to play a key role in the reduction of conflict through accurate and impartial news...

Eritrea, Ethiopia declare end to 20-year shutdown

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation congratulates Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki after they jointly declared peace and friendship between...

Red Cross to supply aid to 22,000 displaced in Plateau killings

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says it is working with the Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS) to supply food, sleeping materials,...

AU to bring Western Sahara conflict to UN

The African Union is to present its decision on the Western Sahara and Libya before the United Nations Security Council. Briefing the council is among...

UN urges Nigeria to step up protection after Damboa suicide attack

The United Nations has condemned twin suicide attacks on Saturday which left dozens dead and many more injured in Damboa, Borno state. It is considered...

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