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French President Emmanuel Macron promised more than 400 million euros ($474 million) in aid over four years to Niger during a visit and told the country's president he was ready to strengthen France's presence in the Sahel.
French President Emmanuel Macron visited and dined with soldiers stationed in Niger who are fighting against extremism in the Sahel, reassuring them that France would not abandon the region to extremists.
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Sunday says there is no going back on its effort to ensure government approves a living wage and provide decent working environment for Nigerian workers.
Vincent Kompany said he had a feeling he was going to score ahead of Manchester City's 3-0 Carabao Cup final win against Arsenal on Sunday night at Wembley.
After only two weeks at the box office, Marvel’s superhero flick ‘Black Panther’ has grossed over $700m in worldwide theatres.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency has predicted partly cloudy to cloudy morning conditions over the Central states of the country on Monday, February 26.
Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger says lack of concentration cost his team the Carabao Cup.
Donald Trump's ex-campaign chief Paul Manafort secretly paid a group of former senior European politicians more than two million euros ($2.5 million) to lobby for Ukraine's then-leader backed by Russia, US prosecutors have claimed.
The members of the directors’ forum paid a familiarization visit to some of the ailing textiles factories in Kaduna, saying that there was need for Federal Government intervention through bailout facilities that would revive the industry.
James Rodriguez's switch from Real Madrid to Bayern Munich was the best decision he could make, according to his father, who cites a 'loss of sporting joy' as the reason behind his move.
Renowned scholar and president of Ndigbo Lagos Foundation, Prof. Anya O. Anya, has advocated the need for government to formulate a national policy to encourage the vigorous use of indigenous languages.
The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, has said the federal government is yet to conduct the bid rounds for marginal oil fields because it is still awaiting approval of President Muhammadu Buhari.