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Chevron Hit By Another Explosion in Warri Delta State

A new militant group calling themselves the Niger Delta Avengers hit a Chevron facility on Monday and gave a two-week ultimatum for oil firms operating in the region to shut down operations. The Avengers happened...

Nigerian College Students Aspire to Create Book Exchange Program; Universities in Dire Need

It is no secret that attending Nigerian universities can be difficult. With the advent of fuel subsidy removal and the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, announcing over 40 million Nigerian students would re-enact the Occupy...
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Malawi’s Child Labor Haven, the New Tobacco Slavery (video)

Over the past decade, Malawi has become one of the five largest tobacco producers in the world, largely due to low export tariffs, cheap labor and lack of regulations. According to the UN, more than...

Rape Culture in America – What Does it Mean for the African Home

By Gloria Adeyeye And when she got her voice back she spoke to you, and me and all of us together, all women and men, all girls and boys, and all victims. The worst thing about...

Dangote Cement Industry Increases Job Opportunities in Ghana

A few years after the Dangote Group extended its cement manufacturing branch to Ghana, the firm has announced the highly accelerated growth that was achieved in Ghana. As matter of fact, an urgent need of...

Nigeria Awaits Justice from UK Government over Orebiyi’s Death

A Nigerian citizen named Fola Orebiyi who was studying at Chelsea Academy was stabbed to death on Broad Road in Notting Hill London on July 3, 2016. The 17-year-old boy was described by his...

Japan and Nigeria to Collaborate on Cultural Exchange, Film Industry

Japanese Ambassador to Nigeria Sadanobu Kusaoke, on Thursday, said his country would like to collaborate with Nigeria's Ministry of Information and Culture in the area of cultural exchange and film. Ambassador Kusaoke said he would want...

Bill Designed to Stop the Inhumane Treatment of Women Shutdown by Nigerian Senate

Nigeria has rejected a gender and equality opportunities bill because it is an attack on its religious beliefs. The bill looked to protect Nigerian women from violence and provide them with the same marital rights...

Edgar Lungu Declared Presidential Winner in Zambia; Opposition Cries Foul

Edgar Lungu has been declared the winner of the Zambian presidential elections. He amassed 50.35% of the total votes, scaling through the 50% threshold by 0.35% to avoid a runoff election. However, the presidential candidate...

Tribal Series: The Ebira People

The Ebira people are an ethnolinguistic group of Nigeria. Many Ebira people are from Kogi State, Kwara State, Nasarawa State, Edo State, and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Okene is said to be the...

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Nigeria @ 56: Economic Recession Won’t Last For Long, Buhari Appeals...

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians that his administration would find a lasting solution to the economic recession. Buhari made this known during his Independence...