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Kenya’s presidential election to proceed as planned, with Kenyatta’s win all but confirmed.
The latest attempt to halt tomorrow’s presidential election re-run in Kenya has seemingly been thrown out.
Kenyatta’s win has been confirmed.
In a repeated election, Kenya’s incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta won 98 percent of the vote after an opposition boycott helped lower turnout to 39 percent, the electoral commission said on Monday.
Buhari gets tough on corruption in his cabinet, but other questions need to be answered.
In a statement released by the presidential media team Monday afternoon, the presidency announced that it had terminated the appointment of the erstwhile suspended Secretary General to the Federation, Babachir Lawal.
Nigeria moves up the World Bank’s Doing Business ranking. What does this mean for businesses in the country?
Nigeria moved 24 places up from 169 in the latest Doing Business report released by the World Bank. The Doing Business Index measures the ease of doing business in any country.
Nigeria to become the extreme poverty capital of the world by 2018.
According to the World Poverty Clock, Nigeria’s struggle with overpopulation will be a problem now, rather than in 2050.
Italian authorities investigate the death of 26 Nigerian women in the Mediterranean.
An Egyptian and a Libyan are being investigated in Italy over the death of 26 Nigerian women suspected to have been sexually abused then murdered while attempting to cross the Mediterranean.
Teachers hold the key to making a true difference in Nigeria’s educational system.
As one of the continent’s economic powerhouses, Nigeria has in many ways set new standards of progress across Africa.
Teaching 101: Should a similar approach be adopted in certain areas of the civil service?
Last week, social media was abuzz with reports of the competency tests taken by public school teachers in Kaduna state. The state government released some of these answer papers to the general public on its twitter account.
Full text of the statement released by the Zimbabwe army.
“Good morning Zimbabwe. Fellow Zimbabweans.
Uncertainty over who replaces Mugabe if he steps down.
Despite President Robert Mugabe making his first public appearance today after an apparent ‘coup’ many days ago, uncertainty continues to reign supreme among the people of Zimbabwe.