Atiku reiterates call for privatisation of NNPC, refineries, COVID-19 vaccine not for sale – FG
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28 March 2021 | 6:48 pm
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Nigerian crime is synonymous with cyber crime, and variants of the original so-called 419 scam. These are emails where the suspect claims to be a prince or princess without access to their riches, and promise to share their windfall if we help them out financially. The victim's bank account is then emptied and the suspect is never heard from again.
Tunisian President Kais Saied has urged to "halt the illegal migration of African migrants into the country." Has North Africa become the new go-to destination for African migrants and refugees? A look at the facts.
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Six people were killed and dozens injured when a train crashed into a passenger bus in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday, said the emergency response agency.
In Kenya, you could serve a two-year prison term if convicted of exchanging, sharing or selling uncertified and unregistered seeds. The country's Seed and Plant Varieties Act compels farmers to use seeds only from multinational seed producing companies.
BTS' management agency HYBE has lost a weeks-long tussle for South Korea's second largest entertainment group to the tech conglomerate which owns KakaoTalk.
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