Africa is the second-largest continent in the globe, covering more than 30 million square kilometers. It is full of breathtakingly gorgeous locations that are home to historic artifacts, thriving cultures, incredible animals, and breathtaking landscapes that include everything from large deserts and lush woods to rough mountains, wide plains, and unspoiled beaches.
Promoting Tourism, Business, and Stronger Bilateral Ties: An Exclusive Interview With His Excellency Dr. Usra Hendra Harahap M.Si (ret) Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Nigeria
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The World Bank has clarified that the 800 million dollar loan from the bank was approved as of December 2021, a time when the government of Muhammadu Buhari contemplated the removal of fuel subsidy.
A Police Inspector in Kaduna State has been arrested for attempting to kill his colleague at Kafanchan in the Jemaa Local Government Area of the state.
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Amy Tenney once said “Strong women are needed in the world. Women with an unbreakable will, who will uplift and strengthen others, who will love and be loved, who will…
Without an iota of doubt, Nigerian music has taking over the world. Afrobeat as a music genre has produced a new culture of amusement, excitement, and enchantment as popular dance hall music in those areas, from Lagos to Accra, Nairobi, Dubai, Johannesburg, Cape Town, London, Toronto, Houston, and Atlanta, to mention a few with music fans dancing to the beat emanating from the sound monitors, which is recognized and praised as Nigerian music, whether they are in a bar, nightclub, lounge, or restaurant including the international stages.
In Nigeria, education for boy child is just as crucial as for girl child, a reality that has long been accepted. In spite of its significance for long-term development, boys' education in Nigeria has been disregarded. Access to education should be a fundamental human right regardless of gender.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Examinations Board (JAMB) has said it will introduce an initiative called 'Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD) for the Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examination (UTME) and the Direct Entry (DE) examination.