[Vanguard] The International Monetary Fund, IMF, said yesterday that Nigeria’s economy might not be so lucky despite the growth projections from various quarters.
[Guardian] Things just got real in Ghana.
[Guardian] Lagos and Abuja -Members of a faction of Boko Haram are regrouping, re-arming and returning to the Sambisa Forest area, a report by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) has warned.
[This Day] President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, yesterday announced that plans were on in the company to intensify its investments in the private sector through the expansion of its existing capacity and increased stakes in fresh investments.
[GroundUp] In a feature titled The Counted, The Guardian is keeping track of the number of people killed by police action in the United States.
[Guardian]DIRECTOR of Port Health Services, member of the Incidence Management Centre (IMC) for the Ebola Virus Disease and head the Committee on points of entry, Dr Sani Gwarzo, told The Guardian in an exclusive telephone interview yesterday that it is now mandatory for pilots to declare any event in the air in case one of the passengers vomited or passed diarrhoea or was bleeding or was sick or had high fever, or whatever event that occurs in the air; and also the passengers are mandated to self declar
[AlertNet]Girls kidnapped by Islamist insurgents in Nigeria earlier this month are being married off to militants in mass weddings, according to a report in the British newspaper the Guardian.
[allAfrica]The Nigerian operations of two major international companies have been accused of failing to control oil spills which damage the environment and the health of Nigerians.
[Daily Maverick]After a brief respite after the launch of ANN7, the Guptas are back into the news.
[SW Radio]ZANU PF is reportedly blocking efforts by the South African facilitation team from making any meaningful progress in its mediation efforts, calling their presence ‘unnecessary’.