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Key points About 250 killed between February and early April, 2024 12 Local Government Areas under siege Ultimatum to foreign herders to leave fall on deaf ears ‘Governor does not visit victims’ ‘Crisis can’t end until government comes up with a data-based economic policy’ He is doing his best – spokesman By Charity Roberts On […]Continue Reading
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By Emmanuel Kwada Afreximbank has announced an initial disbursement of US$2.25 billion under a syndicated US$3.3 billion Crude Oil Prepayment Facility sponsored by the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited. The announcement was published on its website on Saturday. The Cairo-based bank stated that the landmark financing is the  largest syndicated loan ever raised by Continue Reading
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… Saw Palmetto cancer drug price surges from N65,000 to N200,000 in just one year. Key points: Patients now result to use of unregulated drugs Essential medicine scarce, out of stock Major health crisis looms as prices of drugs prices soar How GSK’s exit complicates Nigeria’s drug problem Government need to promote localization of pharmaceutical […]Continue Reading
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Key points: IReV, data reveal frauds in 2023 Kogi governorship election Results make nonsense of N105bn investment in BVAS, IReV Figures at variance with those of previous senatorial and governorship polls What Electoral Act says about over-voting ‘INEC must arrest, investigate and prosecute officials who compromised’ Theophilus Abbah The data on the INEC Result Viewing Continue Reading
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A ZAM TRANSNATIONAL INVESTIGATION By Elizabeth BanyiTabi (Cameroon), Theophilus Abbah (Nigeria), Emmanuel Mutaizibwa (Uganda), Ngina Kirori (Kenya) and Brezh Malaba (Zimbabwe) A new ZAM transnational investigation into migration from five African countries shows that, in many cases, the urge to leave is so desperate that migrants consciously risk extortion by smugglers, Continue Reading