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16 Jun 2019
Nigeria's equities market continued its downward spiral for the 7th consecutive session, ahead of the Democracy Day holiday tomorrow. Mukhtar Mohammed, Analyst at Assar Investments joins CNBC Africa for more.
15 Jun 2019
The June 12 Democracy Day commemoration in Nigeria has prompted calls for an effective legislation in plastic waste management in Nigeria.
15 Jun 2019
Nigeria marked its maiden celebration of June 12 as the official Democracy Day. Concerns around the state of insecurity continue to mount, as Nigeria's President says he plans to host a regional security summit of heads of states in the Sahel to tackle insecurity.
12 Jun 2019
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has assented to the Public Holiday Amendment Bill to confer official recognition to the 12th of June as Nigeria's Democracy Day. George Etomi, Principal Partner of George Etomi and Partners joins CNBC Africa to discuss some solutions to challenges impacting Nigeria’s democracy.
10 Jun 2018
Nigeria's House of representatives has asked its committees on Justice, Rules and Business to advise the House on the proclamation by president Buhari declaring June 12 as Democracy Day.
10 Jun 2018
Nigeria's House of representatives has asked its committees on Justice, Rules and Business to advise the House on the proclamation by president Buhari declaring June 12 as Democracy Day.
10 Jun 2018
Buhari in a press release on Wednesday, June 6 declared June 12 as the new Nigeria’s Democracy Day even as he directed Abiola be conferred with highest national honour, GCFR.
1 Jun 2018
On the back of the recently celebrated Democracy Day in Nigeria, Nigerian music artist, Folarin “Falz" Falana joins CNBC Africa to discuss music as a tool to drive social consciousness; and He touches on some topical issues in the country in his recently released music video “This is Nigeria”.

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