ASUU: Minute-by-Minute: Two NANS factions in bloody clash over lecturers strike
07 September 2017 | 3:14 pm
Two factions of the National Association of Nigerian Students have engaged each other in a street fight as they try to show support for either the Federal Government or the teachers in the ongoing strike.
22 Jul 2017
Paris club funds - states receive funds from federal government.
5 Jan 2018
$10m for Ogoni clean-up: Protesting Nigerian community accuses Federal Government of fraud.
9 Aug 2019
For more than four years, the members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) have been facing off with the Nigerian Government over the continued detention of their leader Ibrahim El-Zakzaky despite court rulings authorising his release. Here is a little background of the crisis that has led to the death of many.
21 Nov 2019
Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Olalekan Adegbite, is worried about the drop in mining applications in the country.
15 Feb 2020
Professional artists have called on federal government to increase investment in the sector to improve on its revenue generation and employability.
12 Mar 2020
Nigerian Senate calls on Federal Government to build more Almajiri schools
28 Apr 2020
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Dr Julien Cavanagh, a neurologist at the State University of New York, discussed the daily challenge of treating patients with Covid-19 at his Brooklyn hospital. Dr Cavanagh explained why African Americans and Latinos are disproportionately affected by the virus. He also expressed his disapproval of protesters who are demanding an end to lockdown measures. Finally, he condemned the US federal government's response to the public health crisis.
4 Jul 2020
In this interview, Public Affairs Analyst, Fola Daniel, shares his views on lifting of ban on intrerstate travels. #
20 Sep 2020
Ethiopia's Tigray region has held elections in a show of defiance against Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. He's called the vote illegal, but says the federal government will not respond with force. Also, it's a diplomatic milestone for Somaliland as the breakaway self-declared nation opens a de facto embassy in Taiwan. Somalia and China have condemned the partnership. And we speak to the founder of Little Africa 2.0. It's a cultural centre set to open in Paris's Goutte d'Or neighborhood - one epicentre of the African diaspora.
29 Nov 2020
Why we walked out of meeting with federal government - Labour
14 Dec 2020
Reps urge the Federal Government to repair access roads to Lagos ports
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FBI agents raided the former president's Florida estate earlier this week. According to court filings, they found a cache of classified documents.
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Conservationists in South Africa have sounded the alarm about 150 endangered vultures found dead in two separate poisoning incidents. Body parts were removed, seemingly with a view to selling them as bogus remedies.
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Presidents and ministers from global powers have been crisscrossing Africa over the past few weeks - we get some analysis on the geopolitical chess game taking place on the continent from Eric Olander, Editor-in-Chief of The China-Global South Project.
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In Africa, greenhouse farming is proving a way of fighting food insecurity and high food prices caused by the Ukrainian war. In Cameroon, this agricultural technique — cultivating crops in an enclosed environment — is helping many families afford food.
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Dubai's high desert dunes attract members of the all-women Grit Girls motorcross team as they brave the summer heat to practice their stunts ahead of the start of next season in September.
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The Nairobi Expressway is a toll road connecting areas in and around the capital, including the international airport. Motorists are complaining about the high price of its tolls.