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16 Mar 2021
The security commissioner in the northwestern state of Kaduna has confirmed the kidnapping, which marks the fifth attack of its kind since December.
29 Nov 2020
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office offered 147.82 billion naira in today’s Primary Auction compared to the 167.82 billion Naira maturing Treasury bills. Ifeoma Onyejekwe, Fixed Income Trader at UBA tells CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi how market participants reacted to the auction as well as what to expect from a possible OMO auction on Thursday.
18 Nov 2020
Nigeria’s bond market traded with bearish undertone as players reacted to the bond auction calendar for the 4th quarter, and the circular by the National Pension Commission where the commission said it had concluded arrangement for the take-off of the RSA transfers. Adamma Mbachu, Team Lead of Currency Trading at Access bank speaks to CNBC Africa for more.
23 Jul 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Friday.
14 Jul 2020
In tonight's edition: Kenya declares its school year is considered lost because of the coronavirus pandemic. Primary and secondary pupils will not return to class until January 2021. The move has huge implications for schools, parents and children. Also, Senegal hopes homeland staycations will save the tourism industry as many would-be holidaymakers cannot travel abroad – our correspondents report. And finally, one self-taught ballet dancer in Lagos is sharing his skills and his passion with children across the Nigerian city.

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