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He's claiming that his remarks were "misinterpreted". The Emirati oil executive leading the COP28 climate conference in Dubai has come out fighting after widespread criticism of his suggestion that there was "no science" indicating that a phase-out of fossil fuels was needed to contain global warming.
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The Director General of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Professor Eghosa E. Osaghae, has called for a new framework for federalism in Nigeria, one that is more contextualised and adaptable to the country’s unique circumstances.
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President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina speaks about how fiscal decentralization will move Nigeria forward.
Democratic Republic of Congo President Felix Tshisekedi launched his re-election bid on Sunday in a packed-to-capacity stadium in the capital Kinshasa, urging voters to give him another mandate to consolidate his achievements.
Elections are gone and the winner Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been declared President to be inaugurated, on May 29th, 2023. GuardianTV went to the street to find out the expectations and what Nigerians are looking forward to from the new administration.
Following the removal of the fuel subsidy on May 29 by President Bola Tinubu. Prices of goods and services have largely increased with several businesses struggling to keep the door open. GuardianTV stepped out today to check in with Nigerians to see if they've gotten used to the new normal and this was what they had to say.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announces on on Monday that Dec. 15 will be a public holiday in the country to celebrate their World Cup win.
The term national cake is a familiar phrase for the average Nigerian often used in discussions about the nation's wealth. However, it is frequently associated with corruption amongst those managing the country's finances. So that brings us to the question, how does the government bake this so-called national cake? Does he just sit there waiting to be divided piece by piece?
Nigeria's Supreme Court on Thursday upheld President Bola Tinubu's election win, bringing to an end a legal challenge brought by his two main rivals, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi, who argued that his victory was marred by irregularities.
Niger's junta said on Thursday that it had thwarted an escape attempt by ousted President Mohamed Bazoum who has been imprisoned by the military since a July 26 coup despite international calls for his release.
A former senator from Haiti, Joseph Joel John, has pleaded guilty to involvement in the assassination of former President Jovenel Moise. He admitted to providing vehicles and other resources to support it.
The US formally acknowledges that Niger's military staged a coup when it ousted President Mohamed Bazoum back in July. The announcement means the US will be suspending financial aid and military support to the country. Meanwhile, the first convoy of French troops prepares to leave Niger. Also in this edition: Liberia heads to the polls as President George Weah eyes a second term. Finally, on World Mental Health Day, we take stock of the state of mental health provision in Kenya.