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Nigeria’s population to hit 235m in 2022 if… – Vanguard


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Nigeria's population to hit 235m in 2022 if…
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On this year's World Population Day, indications have emerged that Nigeria faces imminent population explosion if the country fails to address its growing fertility rate. The prediction is confirmed by the latest report in the Monthly Economic and
The population of Nigeria and the crisis we are inPulse Nigeria

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Nigeria: Descending to slaughter land – Guardian (blog)


Guardian (blog)

Nigeria: Descending to slaughter land
Guardian (blog)
Nigeria, our once beautiful country has been transformed into the playground of evil minded and uncouth individuals who have taken immense advantage of our poorly managed and weak security. If you like, call it shameful. Citizens of Nigeria are being …

The gamut of Nigerian leadership – Part 2 – Guardian (blog)


Guardian (blog)

The gamut of Nigerian leadership – Part 2
Guardian (blog)
Nigeria has lost her exceptionally strong leaders who clustered within the loop of good moral standing as near impeccable characters over the years. Since the loss of such intelligent and nationalistic oriented leaders, we have simply contended
Coalition MoU signals end of negative change in Nigeria – AtikuThe Nation Newspaper
R-APC, PDP, others sign memorandum to defeat BuhariDaily Post Nigeria
Nigeria's ruling party APC splits, new faction emerges [The Morning Call]africanews
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Nigeria misses World Juniors after visa hitch – The Punch


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Nigeria misses World Juniors after visa hitch
The Punch
Idris Adesina. Nigeria will not appear at the 2018 IAAF World U-20 Championships in Tampere, Finland, after the Athletics Federation of Nigeria could not secure visas for the three athletes scheduled to represent the country at the event. The World

Killings: Armageddon has befallen Nigeria — Southern, Middle Belt leaders – Vanguard


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Killings: Armageddon has befallen Nigeria — Southern, Middle Belt leaders
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According to the leaders, Nigeria is in a state of despondency and there is need for elder statesmen as Danjuma not to allow the country slide into chaos. The leaders, who urged Danjuma to lend a voice of advocacy as a way of preventing the country

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Abandoned housing projects litter Nigerian cities – Vanguard


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Abandoned housing projects litter Nigerian cities
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Most of these abandoned housing projects, according to our investigation, were sponsored by the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, FMBN, through its Estate Development Loan, EDL, window to developers since 2010. The housing estates are located in …

Nigeria-style democracy – Vanguard News – Vanguard


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Nigeria-style democracy – Vanguard News
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By Femi Aribisala. THE system of government favoured by Nigerians has always been the democratic system. Even military governments in Nigeria seize power …

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Soldier, policeman, lecturer, 97 other Nigerian pilgrims abscond in Israel – Premium Times


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Soldier, policeman, lecturer, 97 other Nigerian pilgrims abscond in Israel
Premium Times
The Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Tor Uja, has said 100 Christian pilgrims absconded during the 2017 pilgrimage to Israel. Mr Uja, who made this known while receiving security report of the 2017 pilgrimage on …

Volkswagen, auto industry operators explore prospects to set up in Nigeria – Premium Times


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Volkswagen, auto industry operators explore prospects to set up in Nigeria
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Volkswagen Group and 19 other automotive industry operators, investors and consultants say there are bright prospects of domesticating aspects of their manufacturing and supply value chain in Nigeria soon. The Chairman/Managing Director of Volkswagen …

Poorly treated workers shut down Radio Nigeria – Premium Times


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Poorly treated workers shut down Radio Nigeria
Premium Times
Workers on Monday shut down the Kaduna station of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) over alleged poor welfare and working condition. The workers gathered within the office premises with placards chanting solidarity songs and calling on …

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