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Don Pedro Obaseki, a veteran movie director, says the best filmmakers in Nollywood are women.
Femi Adesina says President Muhammadu Buhari would rather lose the 2019 presidential election than rig it.
The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says it will continue to support federal and state governments towards ensuring the survival and development of children in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has stressed the need for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to accommodate telecoms service providers on its forex priority list to reduce the risk of forex fluctuation and access being experienced by the operators.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, has declared that the Police will not tolerate any form of political thuggery, intimidation, demonstration of violent conducts by politicians or their supporters.
Super Falcons captain, Onome Ebi, has apologised for the team’s disappointing defeat to South Africa in their opening Group B game at the
The council unanimously adopted a British-drafted resolution lifting the arms embargo, all travel bans, asset freezes and targeted sanctions against Eritrea.
The National Association of Nigerian Paediatric Nurses has urged government to invest in capacity building for healthcare practitioners to boost the dearth of paediatric nurses and reduce preterm death rate.
Following the average performance of the country’s representatives at this year’s Amputee Football World Cup, Nigeria is now ranked 19th in the world.
The Minister of Information, Mr. Lai Mohammed, has described the conduct of the by-election in Kwara State as peaceful.
Approximately 30 miles and an hour's train journey south of Portugal's capital, Lisbon, is Setubal. The working-class fishing city, where the Sado River meets the Atlantic Ocean, has a population of 90,000, but its most famous son spends most of his days some 1,500 miles away, working in England as manager of Manchester United.