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Uganda needs more aid to cater for the continuous influx of South Sudan refugees.
On Thursday, August 17, the United Nations said the number of South Sudanese refugees sheltering in Uganda has reached 1 million. Thus making it the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis.
President Buhari’s first address to Nigerians after 103 days.
President Muhammadu Buhari’s address to Nigerians in the early hours of Monday, 21st August 2017, two days after he returned from London.
Why did South Africa grant Grace Mugabe immunity?
South Africa is in a recession. Its President, Jacob Zuma, recently survived a no-confidence vote and there is heightened media attention around government activity.
Kogi state declares public holiday to mark President Buhari’s return.
The Kogi state government declared today, Monday, 21st August as a public holiday for citizens to thank God for safely returning President Muhammadu Buhari to the country.
This Nigerian activist has been awarded for re-integrating victims of Boko Haram to their communities.
Nigerian activist, Rebecca Dali has won the prestigious Sergio Vieira de Mello Foundation award for her work in re-integrating women and orphans abducted by Boko Haram militants into their home communities.
Angola Elections: Dos Santos may still call the shots.
In an 1887 letter to Archbishop Mandell Creighton about holding leaders to universal moral standards, Lord John Action said that “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” For Angola’s José Eduardo dos Santos,...
Arewa Youths may be taking the right step towards national unity.
The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) also known as the Arewa Youths has suspended its mandate which ordered that Igbos living in the North must relocate before October 1.
JAMB reduces UTME cut off mark again-How low can we go?
The Joint Administration and Matriculation Board (JAMB) recently announced that it has reduced Nigeria’s admission cut-off mark for tertiary institutions to 120.
Mr President is right, Nigeria needs a vibrant opposition.
The significance of opposition in nation-running is a tale as old as democracy. It ensures the accountability of government and preserves its institutions.
#PrayforOwerri: Why the recent wave of demolition activities needs to stop.
Many Nigerians have been devastated by the wave of demolition activities carried out by several state governments in recent years.