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It will take 217 years to close the gender pay gap.
Oxfam International published a report on inequality on Monday, as the world’s richest and most influential plan to meet tomorrow at Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum.
More than 43,000 refugees from Southern Cameroon are seeking asylum in Nigeria.
According to reports, more than 43,000 Cameroonians have crossed the border from Cameroon into Nigeria, even as the government crackdown on Anglophone separatists continues in Cameroon.
Paul Kagame is the new African Union chairperson; maybe he’s what the body needs.
Rwandan President, Paul Kagame was appointed Chairperson of the African Union on Sunday as the annual summit of the pan-African organisation got underway in Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia.
Nigerian Air Force once again involved in extra-judicial killings.
A report by Amnesty International reveals that the Nigerian Air Force launched an air raid on five villages in Adamawa State in Northern Nigeria in December last year.
Is the Nigerian Senate finally getting it right with Healthcare?
The timeless aphorism says that health is wealth, yet one of the biggest challenges facing Nigeria since independence has been the country’s inability to guarantee affordable and universal health care to its citizens.
There is an ongoing repression against the press in Kenya.
“I am quite excited that Moi is leaving. Kenyans have changed.
Starting next month, Nigerians may not be able to use their cards for international transactions.
Nigerians are set for more frustrating times as they might be barred from carrying out international transactions with their bank cards by the Egmont Group.
Somaliland issues a religious ban against Female Genital Mutilation.
Somaliland, the breakaway self-declared republic of Somalia has issued a religious ban, a fatwa, on female genital mutilation (FGM).
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the first female laureate of the Mo Ibrahim prize for Achievement in African Leadership.
“I am proud to see the first woman Ibrahim Laureate, and I hope Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will continue to inspire women in Africa and beyond.” – Mo Ibrahim Earlier today, the Mo Ibrahim Foundation announced...
Solving the problem of teacher quality for the future of the Nigerian child.
New Wine into Old Wineskins?