Nigeria is winning war against HIV/AIDS, says Isaac Adewale
Nigeria's Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewale on Thursday said the country is winning the war against Human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS).
Countries ground 737 Max 8
Sundays crash of an Ethiopian Airline MAX 8 plane that killed all passengers and crew member has drawn attention to the safety of the MAX 8. Many countries including UK, Australia, Nigeria, South Africa, China have suspended the operation of the Max 8 pending when civil aviation authorities give it clearance to take flight again.
Rice production in Nigeris
Nigeria has overtaken Egypt as the largest producer of rice in Africa. Egypt was producing 4.3 tonnes annually but its production reduced by 40 percent this year as government limited cultivation to preserve water resources. Africa produces an average of 14.6 million tonnes of rough rice annually.
The role of agriculture in Nigeria's economic growth
Through its Economic Recovery and Growth Plan, Nigeria is looking to diversify its sources of revenue. So how can the country’s agriculture sector contribute substantially to its revenue? Chike Nwagwu, CEO of Novus Agro joins CNBC Africa to discuss this.
Understanding sexual harassment in Nigerian markets
The strategy of upselling to potential customers in Nigerian markets has over the past few decades denigrated to an on slew of sexual slurs and derogatory slang directed towards women.
Nigeria: Campaigning wraps up for rescheduled polls
Nigeria: Campaigning wraps up for rescheduled polls.
Nigeria's postponed vote: What happens now?
As the dust settles on Nigeria's postponed general election, Nigerians have expressed their frustration with the electoral commission. But many are still optimistic their voices will be heard.
Nigeria: Investment woes ahead of presidential election
Nigeria's upcoming election is a race between two aging rivals. Neither look likely to improve conditions in Africa's largest economy with its youthful population. Investors are interested, but risks include insecurity, corruption and red tape