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Adebola Williams, the CEO of StateCraft in Nigeria. Image supplied.
Nominations open for African Leadership Persons of the Year 2019
Nigerian former minister of petroleum resources, Dan Etete. Photo: Sweet Crude Report
Adeola "Eunice" Oladele Fayehun.
Diezani Alison-Madueke, Nigeria's former oil minister
Former Nigerian oil minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke. Photo: Premium Times Nigeria
Dan Etete, Nigeria's former minister of petroleum resources
An employee at the Shell Agbada 2 flow station looks at the station from behind a gate in Port Harcourt on September 30, 2015.
Nigeria removes 50,000 'ghost workers' from state payrolls
Ndege’s had lots of practice smiling at cameras…
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Africa's 100 Most Influential Africans dominated by Nigerians
Nigeria's new president faces uphill task of making economic growth benefit all
Deal reached to end crippling Nigeria fuel crisis
Nigeria fuel crisis could shut down mobile phones, operator warns
Nigeria borrows to pay salaries with cash crunch worsening
Nigeria borrows to pay salaries with cash crunch worsening
Janine Lazarus
Political billboards a security threat?
Nigerian Govt. to connect half the population to broadband in 2015
SA holds solemn reception as deceased return home
[Mobile360] Minimising Ebola risk and mortality through mobile
eID card breaks down barrier of financial inclusion
Nigeria cuts phone services
CNBC Africa to host 'De-Risking Africa' debate
iROKOtv celebrates its first anniversary
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Africa = 'social' and 'media' and 'revolution'
Mugabe, Tutu and Akon make New African top 100 Africans list
Nigeria: Presidential election being held as attacks on media increase
Nigerian jailed for Facebook insult of governor
Airtel to extend Nigerian rural coverage
Airtel launches brand across Africa
How the Nigerian president is using Facebook
Goodluck Jonathan, Africa's first socially-networked president
Fiddling while Rome burns
LOC will not interfere with Nigeria decision
Losing never felt so bad
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