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Buhari re-elected as Nigeria’s President

Nigeria's current President, Muhammadu Buhari has been re-elected to go for a second term as the country's Head. Results from last Saturday's general election have...

Nigeria’s consideration to append the CFTA deal offers hope

On March 21 this year, African Heads of State met in the Rwandan capital of Kigali for an extraordinary summit where they signed the...

West Africa’s skills and youth unemployment crisis – why business...

West Africa is on the rise, with Nigeria showing resilience and diversifying its economy following a recession and Ghana enjoying stellar GDP growth of...

Nwankwo Kanu’s $11,000 stolen in Russia trip

Former Nigerian football star Nwankwo Kanu had $11,000 (£8,000) stolen from his bag over the weekend while travelling from Russia's Sheremetyevo airport in the...

FBNBank partners 1 Million Teacher NGO project to train 50 teachers...

FBNBank Ghana and the 1 Million Teacher NGO have trained the first batch of 50 teachers drawn from various learning institutions in Ghana under...

Forte Oil to sell some Nigerian assets, pull out of Ghana

Nigerian energy firm Forte Oil said it plans to sell its upstream services and power businesses in Nigeria and divest from Ghana to focus...

Africa’s economic growth rebounds at a slow pace – World Bank

The World Bank is projecting Sub-Saharan Africa’s economic growth to reach 3.1% in 2018 compared to 2017 decline. Projected growth forecasts according to the World...

Nigeria’s Buhari to run in 2019 elections

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will be seeking a second term in office in elections due next year, his office has said. It ends months of...

Former Super Eagles ace Nkwanko Kanu to join Nigeria presidential race

Former Super Eagles ace Nkwankwo Kanu says he will be following in the footsteps of Liberian icon George Weah in contesting for the Presidency...

Scaling-Up solar energy deployment – Nigerian gov’t must lead

National development, economic growth, infrastructure, industrialisation and manufacturing, share a common denominator; adequate and constant power supply. Such regularity in power supply guarantees that industries...

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