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East Africa internet disrupted by undersea cable cut

Internet connectivity faced disruptions across several East African nations on Sunday following reported faults on the East African Submarine Cable System (EASSy) and SEACOM...
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Invictus Games: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle arrive Lagos

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have arrived Lagos to continue their three-day tour to Nigeria.They will meet with...
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US praises Nigeria’s monetary policies that’ll strengthen economy

The United States government has lauded Nigeria’s monetary policies and hoped they would help businesses thrive, strengthen, and position the nation’s economy for growth.U.S....
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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to arrive Nigeria on Friday, will visit Sanwo-Olu

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will arrive in Nigeria tomorrow as they visit the Nigeria's military bases and promote the Invictus Games.The royal couple...

Korea promises to combat insecurity with Nigerian military

The Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Nigeria, Kim Pankyu, has promised to explore avenues of assisting Nigeria to tackle the security challenges...

NICOT urges Turkish govt to reconsider giving resident permit to Nigerians

The President of the Nigerian Community in Turkey, NICOT, Prince Emre Magboh has appealed to the Turkish Government (Immigration) to reconsider its decision on...

FG says it is not considering any foreign military bases

The federal government has said it is not considering any foreign military base to counter insurgence and other crimes.Minister of Information and National Orientation,...
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Chad holds presidential election after 3 years of military rule

Chadians vote for a president on Monday in an election purportedly aimed at ending military rule but dismissed by opponents of junta leader, Mahamat...
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SPAIN: Sanchez says he will not resign as PM

Spain’s Pedro Sanchez on Monday said he would stay on as prime minister after threatening to stand down over what he has denounced as...
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Tinubu justifies fuel subsidy removal at World Economic Forum

Speaking at the ongoing World Economic Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, President Bola Tinubu defended the removal of fuel subsidy in Nigeria, asserting that...
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