Boko Haram attacks kill 170 soldiers of Chad and Nigeria

Boko Haram attacks kill 170 soldiers of Chad and Nigeria

The terrorist organisation Boko Haram rocked the world after killing 170 soldiers from the African countries of Chad and Nigeria. The attack is believed to be the deadliest attack so far. Since the last few weeks, the terrorist activities have intensified in the countries of Chad, Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal from […]

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Disease Epidemic threats loom in Africa, more than 70 killed by Lassa Fever epidemic in Nigeria

Disease Epidemic threats loom in Africa, more than 70 killed by Lassa Fever epidemic in Nigeria

Abuja/Kinshasa: Although the COVID-19 outbreak has not affected the African continent, the threat of other epidemics looms large. The outbreak of Lassa fever is on a rampage in Nigeria, the largest country in Africa, and more than 70 people have died in the outbreak. At the same time, the influence of the Ebola virus epidemic […]

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New phase of the African Free Trade Agreement starts after consent from Nigeria

New phase of the African Free Trade Agreement starts after consent from Nigeria

Niamey: Nigeria, the largest country in West Africa, has consented to join the ambitious Free Trade Agreement for the African continent. The Nigerian consent, increased the number of African countries, joining the Free Trade Agreement, to 53. At the same time, senior officials said that this makes the path smoother,for implementation of the Free Trade […]

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A rise in violence causes 20,000 civilians to flee from Northwest Nigeria to Niger: UN report

A rise in violence causes 20,000 civilians to flee from Northwest Nigeria to Niger: UN report

Niamey/Abuja: Nearly 20,000 Nigerian citizens have taken refuge in the neighbouring Niger, given the ethnic conflicts and attacks caused due to vigilantism. The displacement of this magnitude in just one and a half months has raised serious questions on the Nigerian security agencies and systems, once again. The state government in Nigeria was already in […]

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