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2 Apr 2017
Adamawa State, north-east Nigeria, is one of the states severely ravaged by the Boko Haram Insurgency. Though some of the survivors of the barbaric attacks braved the horror by staying back in their homes, IDP Camps became the new home for many.
31 Mar 2017
The Monitory Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Nigeria and The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation recently raised the red flag over the rise in toxic loans in Nigeria's banks.
19 Mar 2017
In spite of National Bureau of Statistics' report that inflation rate dropped in Nigeria in February, prices of food items show no sign of dropping, SBM Jollof Index and NBS report indicate.
15 Mar 2017
Otigba has been a powerfully disruptive phenomenon. The market helped democratise the sales of technology products in Nigeria. In some ways, Otigba, aka Computer Village, has been our own Silicon Valley.
9 Mar 2017
The 35-year-old Nnamdi Azikwe Airport, Abuja was finally shut down on Wednesday to allow for major repair of its runway. Both foreign and domestic flights have now been diverted to the Kaduna Airport.
8 Mar 2017
Today is International Women’s Day; a day to celebrate the cultural, economic, social, academic, and political contributions women have made to the world.
4 Mar 2017
Social Media Week Lagos 2017 came to a close on Friday, March 3 in Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos with The Guardian hosting three sessions. Here is a recap of some of the major moments.
3 Mar 2017
Audu Maikori will be prosecuted for posting “fake news”, insists Audu Maikori will be prosecuted for posting “fake news”, insists Governor Nasir El-Rufai.
2 Mar 2017
Akomanet.com co-founder and former CNN correspondent Zain Verjee speaks, among other things, on the menace of fake news and how to spot it.
28 Feb 2017
Social Media Week Lagos 2017 got underway on Monday, February 27 in Nigeria's commercial capital with The Guardian hosting three sessions.
20 Feb 2017
Technology, Entertainment and Design curator, Chris Anderson, reveals TED's vision for Africa on his recent visit to Nigeria.
20 Feb 2017
Learn how you can be a Local Champion with Jumia and Chigul in the final episode of the Maintain Ya Level series. Shop online at Jumia now - www.jumia.com.ng.

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