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The death toll from floods and landslides in Nepal has jumped to at least 40, officials said Sunday, with thousands forced to flee their homes amid days of heavy monsoon rain.
Imo Isemin, the wife of the first civilian governor of Akwa Ibom State, Akpan Isemin, is dead.
The organised labour in Kogi state on Thursday declared commencement of strike following the failure of the state government to meet their demands.
The non-teaching staff of Nigerian universities have suspended their strike.
Opposition parties in Togo readied for a second day of demonstrations on Thursday over the rule of President Faure Gnassingbe, the scion of Africa's oldest political dynasty, amid accusations of harsh repression by the security forces.
A onetime Minister of Education, Professor Tunde Adeniran, on Thursday declared that he would lead the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) back to the presidency in 2019, if elected the national chairman of the party at its forthcoming National Convention.
Elder statesman and former Minister of Information, Prince Tony Momoh, has blamed the current economic crisis in the nation on past administration’s failure to save for the future.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says it is committed to achieving the 30 per cent approved National Broadband Implementation Plan by 2018.
Hate speeches and quit notices from one ethnic group to another are injurious to the health of Nigeria as a nation and capable of damaging the gains inherent in its diversity.
The 21st century will see Africa take its rightful place on the world stage, Alpha Condé, the President of Guinea has told the 72nd Session of the General Assembly.
Orji Kalu, former Abia state governor, says the Igbo have at some point been marginalised by their own people.