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15 Jan
It is estimated that more than 10 million people impacted by poverty, that has been worsened by the pandemic, are in need of aid. DW's Fred Muvunyi visited Adamawa in northern Nigeria, where an Islamist insurgency has also made farming unsafe.
15 Jan
Oluwaseyi Moejoh is committed to making Nigeria a cleaner place. Lagos is choking in garbage – a threat to the environment and residents' health. The 20-year-old student hopes her U-recycle initiative will make a change across Nigeria.
15 Jan
Tributes have continued to pour in for Ernest Shonekan, the former head of Nigeria’s Interim National Government of 1993, who passed away this week at the age of 85.
14 Jan
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14 Jan
The Super Eagles of Nigeria hope to set things further on the right patch when they play against The Falcons of Jediane, the Sudan national football team in the second game of the AFCON 2022 tournament. The Super Eagles edged out the Pharaohs in the first game of the competition while Sudan secured a barren draw against Guinea-Bissau. Host Dennis Erezi and Guest Analyst Ifeanyi Ibeh preview the match and what to expect.
14 Jan
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.
13 Jan
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13 Jan
Startups in Nigeria are helping fight counterfeit pharmaceutical drugs in Africa's most populous nation, where the prevalence rate of fake drugs is higher than the global average and contributes to the deaths of thousands of children and adults annually.
13 Jan
Nigeria had shut out more than 200 million people from the social networking site. Nigeria's IT development agency said the US tech company had met key conditions.
12 Jan
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12 Jan
A half-volley by Kelechi Iheanacho sealed a 1-0 win for Nigeria against a lacklustre Egypt. Reigning champions Algeria's campaign to retain their title got off to an underwhelming start as they were held to a goalless draw by a spirited Sierra Leone. FRANCE 24's Selina Sykes is joined by sport editor Simon Harding and James Vasina to discuss all the action.
12 Jan
How would you rate the Super Eagles' performance in Tuesday’s AFCON Group D clash against the Pharaohs of Egypt? The Guardian’s Dennis Erezi reached out to Ifeanyi Andrew Ibeh to get his post-game thoughts on the game he had earlier predicted the Super Eagles would get the better of their Egyptian counterparts.

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