Nigeria accounted for almost 50 per cent of global and 80 per cent of African polio cases. Sadly, Nigeria was the face of the disease.
Nigeria’s oil industry appears to be the safest haven in the world for corruption, and with what the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown up, the country is immersed in a financial crisis.
By Akanimo Sampson Mercy, a pseudonym for privacy protection, has been living with HIV for more than a decade. She painstakingly maintains good hygiene knowing firsthand that people with HIV have impaired […]
The Military Writers Society of Nigeria is raising serious concern on alleged huge revenue loss in Nigeria’s extractive industry particularly in the oil and gas sector.
The Governing Council of Military Writers Society of Nigeria (MWSN) has announced the names of its officers to pilot the affairs of the Society for the next three years.
On January 18, non-state armed groups stormed a humanitarian facility in Ngala town, some 124 kilometers from Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State.
Under the Kamaya and Haliya system of bonded labour, landlords gave families loans that would give them just enough to get by, forcing them to work to pay off the loan.
With A Song Video, IOM, Female Artists Remember 220,000 Death Victims, 1.5 Million Others Displaced By 2010 Earthquake
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Haiti, its Goodwill Ambassador Phyllisia Ross and a group of Haitian women artists have released the song ‘Goudou Goudou’ on video to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Haiti earthquake and remember its victims.
India is gradually becoming vital for the future of the global energy markets. In recent years, the government appears to be making impressive progress in increasing citizens’ access to electricity and clean cooking.
African Migrant Recounts How He Begged People To Help His Crying Pregnant Wife In Pains. But, Nobody Cared!
There are a lot of unspeakable sad tales of African migrants. Their quest for the good life in Europe has not been as rosy as they often expected.