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    ECOWAS: Morocco’s membership in full gear for 2018

    Ecowas summit held in Abuja has designated a committee of the five heads of state. Nigeria, Togo, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana and Guinea will study Morocco’s membership to the ECOWAS, stated a communiqué sanctioning the works of the...

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  • Gabon: Two Danish stabbed in attack to protest Jerusalem recognition

    A Nigerian man Sunday stabbed two Danish men working for The National Geography in protest to the recognition by US President Donald Trump of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. according to the Gabonese Defense minister, Etienne Massardwere, the,...

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  • Nigeria: Swiss government to return $321 stolen by Abacha family

    The West African oil rich country will get back around $321 million stolen by the family former dictator in a move overseen by the Swiss government and the World Bank. Money in a form of assets have...

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  • Nigeria: Migrants stranded in Libya start getting back home

    Nigerian citizens seeking to reach Europe through Libya and blocked in the North African country have started returning home, a move confirmed by country President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday. As many as 239 Nigerians agreed to be...

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  • Congo: Dangote cement to get foot in the door

    Nigerian billionaire and richest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote will inaugurate Thursday his first cement factory in the country already housing four producers. $300 million have been invested to erect the Mfila-based factory. The plant has been...

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  • Nigeria: Buhari pledges to improve aviation infrastructure

    The Nigeria leader Monday vowed to improve country’s aviation infrastructure as internal demand for the establishment of a national aviation intensifies. “I equally support a national airline for both patriotic and economic reasons. “We have enough trained...

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  • Mohammed VI-A: First Observation Satellite for Civilian Purposes Launched

    Morocco has launched its first observation satellite designed mainly for civilian purposes, surveillance of the country’s borders and the monitoring of desertification in the region. The launch service provider Arianespace added that it would be also used...

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  • Nigeria: Abuja confirms death of 26 female migrants on Mediterranean

    The federal government has confirmed the ‘tragic’ death 26 Nigerian migrants, all female, on the Mediterranean after their bodies were found by a Spanish war vessel. The dead according a statement issued by the foreign ministry were...

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  • Akon unveiled as co-host of AFRIMA

    American but Senegal-born pop star Akon will co-host Africa’s greatest music award All Africa Awards (AFRIMA) Sunday in Lagos, Nigeria. Akon, talented, multi-award winner, singer and song writer and now philanthropist will emcee the 4th annual AFRIMA...

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  • Nigeria: AfDB confirms $400-million loan

    The African Development Bank (AfDB) Tuesday debunked Reuters report indicating that the African lending institution was redirecting $400-million loan requested by the Nigerian Federal government to shore up it 2017 deficit budget. “The African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org)...

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