[VOA] In mid-June, Abdulrasoul Ibrahim Omar, 38, hired smugglers to transport him, his pregnant wife and his two small daughters out of Libya.
[Vanguard] … As OPEC cuts output by 500, 000 bpd
[Nigeria Health Watch] Editor’s Note: This week’s Thought Leadership piece comes from Dr. Ibrahim Mamadu, Health Emergencies Programme, WHO Nigeria. He asks whether Nigeria is prepared with its population of 200 million people to detect, respond and prevent possible epidemic outbreaks and analyses what the country needs to do, to guarantee the health security of the population.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -Countries need about $264 billion – the equivalent cost of 110 military aircrafts – to end maternal deaths, gender based violence, child marriage, and provide family planning to all women by 2030, said a United Nations study.
[Premium Times] CLAIM: A presidential adviser, Doyin Salami, claims that China’s income per head is 5 times more than what Nigerians earn; as opposed to 30 years ago when Nigerians earned double of what the Chinese earned.
[Leadership] Muhammad Talha Siddiqui is an entrepreneur with vast experience in business and global economy. In this interview with DAVID ADUGE-ANI, he highlighted some of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration’s policies to bolster the country’s economy and other sundry issues
THE WORLD’S oil markets depend on Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s state-owned giant.
[New Era] As fodder and pasture continue to decline and the dry season soldiers on, over 30 000 drought-related cattle deaths were recorded in Namibia between October 2018 and April 2019 — the normal rainfall season.
[New Frame] Capitalist platitudes rise to the surface in South Africa’s Heritage Month. In the wake of the xenophobic attacks, as citizens we must have conversations about our migrant culture.
[News24Wire] “No amount of anger, frustration and grievance can justify acts of destruction and criminality.