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22 Nov
Members of the Institute of Directors (IoD) Nigeria led by the Chairman, Alhaji Lamis Dikko, F.IoD recently paid a courtesy visit to Rutam House, headquarters of The Guardian Nigeria. During the visit, the institute met with senior members of The Guardian editorial team led by the MD/Editor-In-Chief, Mr Martins Oloja where they interacted over pertinent national and professional issues including the upcoming Annual Institute of Directors’ conference.
21 Nov
Happy birthday, Davido! Nigerians can’t stop expressing their love for you and are wishing you all the best…now and always!
21 Nov
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday.⁣
20 Nov
As the Qatar 2022 World Cup starts in a few hours, GuardianTV's HurriKane Andrew took to the street to find out who Nigerians think will win the 2022 Qatar World Cup. Argentina and Brazil are popular choices to triumph but Jude Bellingham could flourish in Qatar even if England falls short. But the biggest question on pundits' and fans' minds remains: Who will win the World Cup?
19 Nov
Sadio Mane will miss the World Cup after undergoing surgery for a knee injury he picked up while playing for Bayern Munich. Senegal's football association announced on Tuesday that Mane, 30, would miss their "first games" of Qatar 2022.
18 Nov
As we await the start of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, GuardianTV's HurriKane Andrew looks ahead to what could be an exciting month of football, despite all the controversies. We have a question for you though: which of the groups do you consider to be the Group of Death?
18 Nov
While Nigeria will not be featured at the Qatar 2022 World Cup, several players of Nigerian origin will be adorning the national colors of other countries at the World cup.
17 Nov
FINTECH Week 2022 is the largest gathering of Fintech players, innovators, regulators, investors, big techs, developmental communities, and several other players in Africa and from across the globe.
17 Nov
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Thursday.⁣
15 Nov
This is one of the halls of Nigerian's National Theater, which is currently undergoing renovation.
15 Nov
Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday.⁣
11 Nov
Nigeria's inflation rate has hit a Seventeen year high. This is a report by the National Bureau of Statistics released in September 2022. GuardianTV takes an in-depth look at the reasons for the all-time inflation.

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