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President Buhari’s 2018 New year address.
I join my fellow citizens this morning to welcome and celebrate the New Year 2018. This year promises to be pivotal in our quest for CHANGE.
Significant events in Nigerian and African policies in 2017.
In Nigeria, and around Africa this year, there have been different attempts to change the status quo in government and in the systems and institutions that govern them.
8 things President Buhari talked about in his New Year address.
In order to welcome Nigerians to the New year of 2018, the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari addressed Nigerians on Monday morning.
A lifeline for SMEs as CBN provides 26 billion Naira enterprise development intervention fund.
Nigeria’s Commercial Banks have begun to disburse a 26 billion Naira special intervention fund for agricultural Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
The Ethiopian parliament has revoked the adoption of Ethiopian children by foreigners.
On Tuesday, January 9, 2018, the Ethiopian parliament approved legislation banning international child adoption.
INEC releases timetable for 2019 elections as the race to Aso Rock begins.
While many Nigerians are still coming to terms with their decisions during the 2015 presidential election, the country’s electoral body has released the time-table for the 2019 elections.
Tunde Bakare addresses the ineffectiveness of President Buhari’s administration in a tweet thread.
Dr. Tunde Bakare, the presiding overseer of The Latter Rain Assembly is known for his quick mouth, and for being a constant critic of the government.
The recent World Bank controversy involving Chile complicates things for Nigeria.
In an administration where the celebration of its achievements have been few and far between, perhaps the second most exciting news last year for Nigeria, after its exit from recession, was the move 25 places...
Access Bank approves paternity leave for male employees.
On Thursday, 18th of January 2017, almost every news platform was buzzing with the news of Access Bank Plc’s approval of paternity leave for its male employees.
The Niger Delta Avengers are back; time to talk about how Nigeria itself perpetuates terrorism.
Nigeria’s Niger Delta militants have warned the Federal Government that they will resume attacks on the nation’s oil facilities after more than one year without.