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A breakdown of the 2018 Lagos state budget passed by Governor Ambode.
Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, has signed the 2018 Appropriation bill into law. The N1.4 trillion budget is the second largest in the country and the first budget of the state to cross N1 trillion.
Lagos state’s plan to train 1 million coders could foster a revolution.
The Lagos state government elaborated on its plans to drive the knowledge-economy at the 2018 Lagos Social Media Week. The government intends to train one million residents in coding by 2030.
The zombified giant of Africa: Why change will never take off in Nigeria.
“There is a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart, that you can’t take part. You can’t even passively take part!
What does the US Secretary of State’s visit mean for Trump’s relationship with Africa.
Rex Tillerson, the United States Secretary of State, will visit a couple of African countries including Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, on his first diplomatic visit to Africa.
Should Rwanda’s new law for religious organisations be replicated in Nigeria?
The Rwandan government has gone on a crackdown on religious organizations or faith-based organizations (FBOs) as the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) terms them.
Nigerian Engineers in Hijabs: How these women are defying the odds in a male dominated industry.
In the sweltering heat of noon, while the streets are abuzz with the sound of motorists and commuters, a group of people stand at an ATM queue.
#IWD2018: What does progress mean for women in 2018?
“The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights.”– Gloria Steinem, Journalist, and social-political activist.
Celebrating the work of these extraordinary women in Africa.
Can you imagine a world without women? No make-up, no children running around, no cat fights, no fashion houses, no beauty pageants and an end to television soapies.
It’s Listeria hysteria in South Africa as processed meat products are recalled.
Currently, South Africa is fervently tackling an outbreak of Listeriosis, a disease caused by Listeria monocytogenes, a bacteria often found in fruits, water, soil and food, as is the case in South Africa where the...
Weekly Economic Index: Nigeria’s foreign reserves increase by $3.2 billion, Naira depreciates, latest IMF assessment.
Last week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published an assessment of the Nigerian economy based on a recent visit made to the country by members of its staff.