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Fuel queues are gradually easing off in major cities like Lagos. However, Major marketers are demanding increased supply from the Nigerian National Petroleum Company as depots stock drops. Temitope Kolade, Senior Manager, Oil, Gas and Power Unit at Andersen Nigeria joins CNBC Africa for more.
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15 May
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15 May
Residents in Nigeria's Bayelsa state have reported smoke and the sound of explosions near a major oil and gas facility. A spokesperson for Shell said they were investigating.
14 May
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14 May
The Nigeria Labour Congress organized a march to protest the increase in electricity tariffs in Abuja on Monday. Protesters carried banners opposing the electricity rate hikes and chanted slogans against the government.
13 May
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12 May
Fuel queues are gradually easing off in major cities like Lagos. However, Major marketers are demanding increased supply from the Nigerian National Petroleum Company as depots stock drops. Temitope Kolade, Senior Manager, Oil, Gas and Power Unit at Andersen Nigeria joins CNBC Africa for more.
12 May
Northern Nigerian communities who have lost faith in the struggling security forces' ability to protect them are increasingly setting up vigilante groups to battle insurgents themselves. Also, rap is gaining ground in Egypt and although the scene is still overwhelmingly dominated by men, women are increasingly picking up the mic. And Kenya's birds of prey are falling prey to encroaching human activity. Some conservationists fear it may be too late to roll back the damage
10 May
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, arrived in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, on Friday to begin a three day visit of Africa's most populous nation.

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