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Four Catholics Nuns Are Now Free - Imo Police Says
Four catholics nuns who were kidnapped this week are now free in Imo state, southeast Nigeria. Criminal gangs often kidnap people in the most populous country in Africa.
The United States Signs An Agreement To Return $23 Million Stolen By Former Nigerian Dictator Sani Abacha
The United States signs an agreement to return $23 million to Nigeria that was stolen by a previous military leader named General Sani Abacha. At the signing of the agreement in Abuja, Nigeria's attorney general and minister of justice, Abubakar Malami, said that the decision to return the money, known as the "Abacha-5," was made after Nigeria, the US Department of Justice, and the UK National Crime Agency talked about it.
Four Catholic Nuns Kidnapped In Nigeria On Their Way To Mass
Four Catholic nuns kidnapped in Nigeria by unknown persons which happened on Sunday, August 21, 2022. Sisters Johannes Nwodo, Christabel Echemazu, Liberata Mbamalu, and Benita Agu were apprehended while on their way to Mass. The kidnapped sisters are members of the Congregation of the Sisters of Jesus the Savior, which issued a statement about the tragic incident signed by Sr. The Secretary-General is Zita Ihedoro.
Nigeria Has Promised To Crack Down On Oil Theft
In the recent report, Nigeria has promised to crack down on oil theft. A week after a supertanker was stopped off the coast of Equatorial Guinea, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari announced on Friday that security would be increased all across the country in an effort to put an end to widespread oil theft.
Press Freedom Situation In Nigeria - Why Is It Important?
Nigeria is one of the most important countries in Africa but the press freedom situation is among the worst in the world.
The History Of Nollywood And Filmaking In Nigeria
How could a country like Nigeria foundate a great filmaking industry like this? We are going to see the history of Nollywood foundation in this article.
Nigeria Hit By Electricity Blackout After Power Sector Workers Strike Against Unfair Labor Practices
Abuja - Nigeria hit by electricity blackout after power sector workers strike on Wednesday, August 17. According to Nigerian authorities, more than 200 million Nigerians were left in the dark for many hours as a result of the power grid being shut down by striking electrical employees in the West African nation. Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) employees took down the national system in protest over what they claimed to be unjust working conditions.
Support Group For Peter Obi's Redrawing Of Nigeria's Map
Following a closed-door meeting with some leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party, the Peter Obi Support Network praised the Labor Party's presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi, for building bridges of understanding beyond partisan leanings.
Abuja Gardens' Closing Time Sparked Protests From Business Owners
The implementation of Abuja Gardens' closing time sparked protests from business owners and operators. The owners and operators of recreational facilities in Abuja have voiced their opposition to the execution of a regulation that imposes a closing time for gardens and parks located within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Terrorists Kill A Catholic Priest In Kaduna
Another Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Vitus Borogo, was murdered by terrorists in Kaduna State while they invaded the Kujama prison farm on the Kaduna-Kachia route last Saturday, June 25.
B'Haram Kills 26 More In Borno
Individual students, instructors, and other education workers were often targeted by armed assailants who claimed or thought to be members of Boko Haram in single or coordinated attacks that often took place at schools between 2013 and 2017.
"We Wont Deny Apc Security"- Governor Dickson Promises The APC And Other Parties That They Will Be Safe
The All Progressives Congress (APC) and other political parties in Bayelsa State have been guaranteed of appropriate protection during their campaign rallies ahead of the state's governorship election on December 5. On request, the Governor also authorized the relevant government agencies to allow the APC and other political parties to hold political rallies at the state's Samson Siasia sports facility and other venues.
How Civil Servant Allegedly Stole N103 Million Meant For Feeding Students In Federal Govt. Colleges
Over N100 million allocated for the use of three government universities in Ogun State, which he diverted for personal use, is currently being recovered by investigators from the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC.
The Financial Reporting Council Of Nigeria In 2022
A federal government agency established by the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria Act, No. 6, 2011 is the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRC). The Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment is in charge of it.
Prepaid Electricity Meter Sudden Price Hike In Nigeria
Due to the recent devaluation of the naira by the Central Bank of Nigeria, the cost of obtaining pre-paid power meters has increased for users in the country.
Top 4 Early Warning Signs Of Business Failure In 2022
When business owners take preventive measures and seek assistance, they will be less vulnerable to economic downturns and are more likely to survive and flourish.
How to Shop on Amazon and Ship to Kenya
Shopping on Amazon and delivery to Kenya is an incredible method for obtaining merchandise that you can't find anyplace locally.