Hanan Buhari's wedding: Aisha Buhari expresses anger at Bulama Mustapha's wedding cartoon
Nigeria's first lady, Aisha Buhari is angry at the moment. The controversial first lady is attacking a popular Daily Trust cartoonist, Bulama Mustapha, over a cartoon on the wedding of her daughter, Hanan. In the cartoon, Mustapha depicted the First Lady holding up the wedding invite of her daughter while Nigerians drowned in a pool of blood with a message: “At least you can enjoy the pictures”.
ECOWAS parliament inaugurates 8 new lawmakers, Messi will stay at Barcelona, says Bartomeu
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Monday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Monday.
Nine influential monarchs that has been deposed in Nigeria
Here are Nine influential monarchs deposed in Nigeria. The reasons for their dethronement are being at loggerheads with the power that be, particularly the government which often leads to official pronouncements of dethronement, self-exiled to avoid abduction or sometimes removal by court injunctions that eventually order the king to vacate the throne.
The Future of Digital Publishing: The Guardian x Social Media Week 2020
The Social Media Week Lagos 2020 gets underway in a few days and The Guardian will be hosting two sessions. First, we’d take a look at how creators can balance timely content availability with premium audience satisfaction without compromising on either. Finally, we’d look at the global phenomenon called hate speech and how it can be regulated in Nigeria without misuse and abuse of power.
Hong Kong police threaten 'live bullets' during university siege
After a two-day standoff, police have stormed into a major university campus as protesters fought back with gasoline bombs and bows and arrows. Police have threatened to fire live bullets at "rioters."
Understanding liquidity flows in Nigeria’s power sector
As liquidity concerns remain on the front burner in Nigeria’s Power Sector – to explore latest concerns within the sector and their implications for GENCOs in Nigeria, Joy Ogaji, Executive Secretary of the Association of Power Generation Companies joins CNBC Africa.
Energy companies in Finland look towards animal poo for clean power
In the search for clean electricity, power companies in Finland are going green by way of brown, and have set their sights on a previously untapped energy source in animal poo.
Power outages in Northern California as winds bring wildfire danger
Power is shut off in the San Francisco Bay Area as blackouts set to affect millions of Californians begin in the face of hot, windy weather that raises the risk of wildfires. Pacific Gas & Electric, which announced the deliberate outage, is working to prevent a repeat of a catastrophe last November in which faulty power lines it owned were determined to have sparked California's deadliest wildfire in modern history.
Iran to develop centrifuges in further step away from nuclear deal
Tehran has announced efforts to speed up its uranium enrichment, a third breach of its faltering nuclear deal with world powers. As Iran gave European countries more time to save the pact, the US imposed fresh sanctions.
NBA delves into space law, exploration research and futuristic thinking
A panel session at the ongoing 59th Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association focused on space law, exploration and research in Nigeria and the benefit it presents to the country. To discuss his takeaways from the panel session Bart Nnaji, Chairman and CEO of Geometric Power and former Minister of Power in Nigeria joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for more.