Prominent leaders, Nigerians celebrate the late sage Obafemi Awolowo
11 May 2017 | 5:04 am
Prominent leaders, Nigerians celebrate the late sage Obafemi Awolowo.
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Nigerians welcomed the return of a bronze sculpture from Cambridge University College on Wednesday (October 27) that was looted by British troops in 1897, setting a precedent that could pressure other institutions to return stolen artefacts to Africa. "We should be celebrating this, it should not be kept silent. This is part of our cultural heritage, we now have it," said Pius Reis, CEO of Black Innovations Africa.
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Archery is becoming one of the interesting, competitive games and recreational activities in the country. Introduced officially in Nigeria in 1997 after the Nigerian Archery Federation was founded, it got affiliated to the World Archery in the same year. Since then, professional archers and team coaches in Nigeria have been training new archers in order to get the country represented at international championships. Currently, the organisation has its eye set on the 2024 Olympics game in Paris.
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The Armed Forces Remembrance Day is celebrated to commemorate the servicemen of the Nigerian Armed Forces. It also honors veterans of World War I and II as well as the Nigerian Civil War. GuardianTV spoke with a few Nigerian's about the Nigerian Army who shared their opinion and expectations as the country celebrates the Armed Forces Remembrance Day 2022.
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Abubakar Yusuf, an informal Nigerian trader, said he was scared to get a COVID-19 shot after hearing the country had stocks of expired vaccines. That changed, however, when health authorities destroyed more than a million expired doses last month.
Nigeria, once again, has been hit with a scarcity of fuel, as most filling stations in the country have either stopped selling to the public or have run out of supply. GuardianTV went round to find out how the scarcity is biting hard on Nigerians.
Nigerians are trying to cope with a week-long shortage in petrol, as Africa's biggest economy struggles to end crippling fuel shortages. The shortage has led to long queues at petrol stations, a hike in transportation prices coupled with an economic downturn.
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