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Nigeria becomes the first country in Africa to roll out Digital Currency

The Central Bank of Nigeria joined a growing list of emerging markets betting on digital money to cut transaction costs and boost participation in...

Muscle Alone Will Not Be Enough to Release Nigeria from a Perpetual Stage of Instability

Nigeria is facing a multitude of security challenges, including kidnappings, banditry and successionist movements. The government solution has been consistently militaristic, as exemplified in...

What Do Russia and Nigeria Share in Common?

Under the aegis of the newly established Nigeria-Russia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Russians are now gearing up to revamp the Ajaokuta Steel Industry...

Under What Circumstances Kenya Kidnapped and Deported British Citizen to Nigeria?

In the purest interpretations of foreign relations law, as applied to Britain and Kenya, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is technically speaking, still in Kenya. How?...

Nigeria: An extremely dangerous place to be a Christian

Human rights activists and researchers, in a new report said, that a little over a decade (July 2009 to July 2021), nearly 43,000 Christians...

Improving Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Services in Nigeria

The World Bank today approved the Nigeria Sustainable Urban and Rural Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene Program (SURWASH). The $700 million credit from the...

Peace Education: An Instrument for Non-Violence in Africa

Across the globe, societal change towards progression and sustainable peace is associated with violent revolutions. Although the argument stands accurate to an extent, non-violent...

Nigeria- Ghana Trade War: Where to from here

Several months after a series of bilateral talks between the Nigerian government and authorities in Ghana aimed toward addressing the nearly a decade-long controversy...

Boko Haram: Religious Based Violence and Portrayal of Radical Islam

Modern-day global and domestic politics have set forth the trend that has legitimized and rationalized the use of religion as a tool to attain...

Nigeria to Improve Electricity Access and Services to Citizens

The World Bank approved $500 million to support the government of Nigeria in improving its electricity distribution sector. The project will help boost electricity...

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