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Nigeria's Dangote in talks with traders for oil refinery loan
COP26 on climate: Top priorities for Africa
A woman walks over pipelines crisscrossing Ogoniland in Rivers State, Nigeria 18 September, 2020. Reuters/Afolabi Sotunde//File Photo
A woman walks over pipelines crisscrossing Ogoniland in Rivers State, Nigeria September 18, 2020. Reuters/Afolabi Sotunde//File Photo
Nigeria's Twitter ban leaves some businesses in the lurch
Nigeria orders broadcasters not to use Twitter to gather information
Nigeria bans Twitter in the country days after president's post is removed
Young Angolans protest for bettter living conditions in the capital Luanda in 2020. EFE-EPA
APO Group African Women in Media Award 2020 jury announced
The first lady of Nigeria, Dr Aisha Muhammadu Buhari and the first lady of Ghana, Rebecca Akufo-Addo. Images source: Facebook.
President Muhammadu Buhari raises his fist during an inspection of honour guards on parade to mark Democracy Day in Abuja, on June 12, 2019.
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#FairnessFirst: Greatness in unity
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No coordination on macroeconomic policies in Nigeria Red Confidential/shutterstock
Adebola Williams, the CEO of StateCraft in Nigeria. Image supplied.
Nigeria rolls out visas on arrival to Africans
Why the outlook for fixing Nigeria's energy crisis isn't good
Police officers detain Sahara Reporters journalist Victor Ogungbenro during a protest in Lagos, Nigeria, on August 5, 2019. Staff at the online newspaper report sustained harassment targeting them and their website. Credit: CPJ/AP/Sunday Alamba.
Members of the National Youth Service Corp carry the body of their colleague, the reporter Precious Owolabi, in Abuja on July 23. Owolabi was shot while covering protests in the Nigeria capital. Credit: CPJ/AFP/Kola Sulaimon.
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Nigerian journalist Jones Abiri, left, and Alagoa Morris, pictured in Abuja after Abiri's release from detention in 2018. A court on May 22, 2019 charged Abiri on three counts and ordered him detained. Credit: CPJ/Alagoa Morris.
A billboard for Nigeria's incumbent president Muhammadu Buhari and his deputy, who won re-election in February. Credit: CPJ/Jonathan Rozen.
Nigerians celebrate the announcement of Muhammadu Buhari’s victory. But can he deliver jobs this time round? EPA/Stringer
Nigeria was quick to respond and control the 2014 Ebola outbreak. EPA
10 developments that will shape Africa's energy sector in 2019
The growth of Instagram among world leaders
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari at the US-Africa Business Forum in New York in 2016. EPA/Drew Angerer
Usman Yusuf. Photo: Premium Times
VW signs MoU to develop automotive hub in Nigeria
African Union chairperson and president of Rwanda Paul Kagame (from left); president of Niger Mahamadou Issoufou and African Union Commission chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat at the launch of AfCFTA in Kigali in March 2018. Credit: Office of President Paul Kagame.
Nigerian journalist Jones Abiri (left) and Alagoa Morris (right) in Abuja after Abiri's release from detention on August 15, 2018.
Outrage at Nigerian media bill
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#Mandela100: How young activists are keeping Mandela's legacy alive
AU launches ambitious bid for world's largest free trade area
Flour Mills of Nigeria PLC commissions N50bn Sunti Golden Sugar Estate in Niger State
Nigerian former minister of petroleum resources, Dan Etete. Photo: Sweet Crude Report
Diezani Alison-Madueke, Nigeria's former oil minister
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The attempt to replenish Lake Chad's water may fail again. Here's why
Economic inequality lies behind growing calls for secession in Nigeria
Tristate Heart and Vascular Centre in Nigeria. Photo: Tristate Heart and Vascular Centre
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Nigeria and SA's fragile economic recovery
Former Nigerian oil minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke. Photo: Premium Times Nigeria
BBC World News celebrates Focus on Africa
Seven fake news stories that rocked Africa
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