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Two of the nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014 are telling their story. Joy Bishara, 20, and Lydia Pogu, 19, are among the 57 girls who were able to escape from the terrori...
In addition to his scholarship for girls in Nigeria, Oyelowo says he wants to extend his humanitarian efforts to combat the global epidemic of human trafficking.
The opinion that Nigeria is coming out of the recession finds strength in a string of fortunate events.
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David Oyelowo is serious about inspiring positive change in the world. The actor will be honored on June 4 by the Diamond Empowerment Fund, a nonprofit co-founded by Russell Simmons, with the Diamonds...
MOGADISHU, Somalia ― When Nunay Abdi's last goat died and her small piece of land dried up, she set out for the city with her six children in search of food and water. By the time she reached the sout...
The girls were among more than 200 kidnapped in April 2014.
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Civil leaders want Buhari, who has missed the last two cabinet meetings, to take medical leave.
Prior to this time, the image the world has about youth from the Niger Delta is of restiveness, agitation, kidnapping, and much more.
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Nigeria is the continent's largest economy, but it’s also suffered its worst recession in 25 years.
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The proposed amendment seeks to take away control of the regulation of tobacco products from the Federal Ministry of Health and hand it over to the NAFDAC.
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Nigeria and South Africa set up early warning system to warn of problems.
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Questions on what will come out of high-level South African-Nigerian meeting
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Monday's meeting is expected to discuss the tensions between Nigeria and South Africa over the attacks.
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It is now more crucial than ever to ensure we do not leave the job of rebuilding Nigeria half done, but taking to the streets won't fix anything.
Despite jostling for the prize of Africa's biggest economy, ordinary South Africans know that a prospering Nigeria is good for South Africa and vice versa.