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UNICEF: Over 10 million girls don’t attend school in Nigeria

The UNICEF, United Nations Children Fund, on Wednesday, 11 May, gave a red alert regarding 10 million girls not going to school in Nigeria.

Nigeria: Woman dies of canine brucellosis after intimating with dog for N1.7 million

A young woman from Nigeria, Mirabel, whose video went viral in which she was seen having s3x with a dog, died due to infection at a private hospital in Yaba. The video was made in Lagos in the Lekki area.

Nigerian separatists group, Ipob, incites violence via Facebook: Reports

An investigation by the BBC has found that a group of Nigerian separatists is making use of social media to spread violence and hatred among people against the opponents of Biafran independence. This group is from outside the country.

Sri Lanka Crisis: Ex-Prez addresses the nation amid worst economic crisis

President of Sri Lanka, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who resigned on Monday, May 9, amid the worst economic crisis, addressed the country on Wednesday, May 11, and stated that a new government would be formed soon and the country would also get a new prime minister. He further noted that he is conducting discussions with all the party leaders about this. 

Nigeria: Former prez not to compete in presidential elections 2023, says Jonathan’s spokesman

Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan's spokesman, said on Monday, 9 May, that he has not approved a bid to have him seek a ruling party ticket to compete in the presidential elections in 2023.

Nigeria: NCDC confirms 558 cases of Monkeypox since 2017

After a report by the United Kingdom Health Security Agency (UKHSA) that a person in England had been found infected with Monkeypox, after travelling back from Nigeria, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has revealed that almost 558 people are diagnosed with the same in 32 states of the country.

Funds generated from SGF directly aids socio-economic activities of St Kitts and Nevis

The smallest country in the Caribbean, St Kitts and Nevis was the first to launch the Citizenship by Investment Programme in 1984. The CBI programme of the island nation is now considered as the "platinum standard" in the CBI industry all around the world.

Dominica’s govt brought major development under Integrated Housing Development

Every year, forces of nature behave uncontrollably and disruptively, leaving inestimable impacts. These impacts include the loss of livelihoods and human life, disruption of services as well as leaving millions of individuals homeless.

UKHSA confirms person infected with monkeypox after travelling back from Nigeria

The health authorities of the UK have confirmed one case of monkeypox, which is a virus passed on from infected animals like rodents to humans, in someone who recently travelled to Nigeria, where he is believed to have caught it.

MACBAN rejects group after the purchase of APC type for Jonathan for 2023 elections

The Fulani team that is led by one Ibrahim Abdullahi from Kaduna is not a member of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders' Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), and he is not even a participant of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore Fulani Socio-Cultural Association, as per a statement by a member of a team.

Nigeria: Students slam ASUU for extension of three-month-old strike by 12 more weeks

Protesting students in Lagos, Nigeria slammed the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Monday, 9 May, for the extension of its three-month-old strike by 12 more weeks which is ruining the future of university students.

‘24% of oil and gas projects to be initiated in Nigeria by 2026,’ states GlobalData

More than 100 gas and oil projects will initiate operations in Nigeria in the coming four years, accounting for over 24% of the estimated total projects starting during that time, as per predicted by GlobalData, a data and analytics firm.

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Cameroon: Dencia sues Prez Biya’s daughter for Defamation

Popular Cameroonian pop star, fashion designer and entrepreneur based in America, Reprudencia Ndong Sonkey, has sued the daughter of the Cameroonian President, Paul Biya, for defamation.

Dominica: PM Roosevelt Skerrit welcomes Hungarian Ambassador

Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, recieved the new ambassador of Hungary to the Commonwealth of Dominica, Balazs Heincz, for a courtesy call.

Pakistan: Gwadar women protest against Maulana Rehman arrest

The women in the Gwadar region of Pakistan have protested against the arrest of the Chief of Haq do Tahreef, Maulana Hidayatur Rehman.