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The Project Inspire Education (P.I.E) Brief: Corps Member Community Development Service in Abia State, Nigeria

The 1st Inter-Community Schools’ Competition which was organized for Schools within Bende Local Government, ended on Saturday 26th September in Pomp &Pageantry!!!  

43 contestants fr... +


Caine Prize announces 2014 judging panel

The Caine Prize, which is Africa’s most prestigious annual literary prize for the best original short story by an African writer, announced its 2014 judges yesterday.

Chairing the group of fi... +


Oxfam charity: negative Africa image harming aid effort

Associating Africa with images of malnourished children and poverty-stricken war-torn areas is not new. What is new is that these images no longer stimulate enough compassion, at least, so says int... +


Nigeria: Eleven killed in Kaduna bomb blast

St Andrew Military Protestant Church in a military barracks in Kaduna state in northern Nigeria was attacked on Sunday by suicide bombers leaving 11 reportedly dead and scores injured.

Althou... +


Nigeria governor grants amnesty to prisoners on death row

Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, governor of Edo State, Nigeria, has granted amnesty to Monday Odu and Callistus Ikem, who were earlier sentenced to death for conspiracy and conspiracy/armed robbery respe... +


Libya gets new prime minister

Ali Zeidan becomes Libya’s new prime minister.

The career diplomat and rebel-in-exile was selected after he got 93 votes, 8 more to oust his closest contender Mohamed al... +


Provide a detailed intervention plan on Mali, UN says

The UN Security Council on Fridayreached a unanimous resolution that approves an international military intervention in northern Mali where there’s a stronghold of rebels and Islamist e... +


Police arrest 13 people in Aluu killings in Nigeria

Rivers State Police Command has arrested 13 people suspected to be among the mob that attacked and burned alive four students of the University of Port Harcourt.

The police spokesperson said,... +


Police investigating killings in Nigerian university communities

Rivers State Police Command, Nigeria, is investigating the lynching of four men at Aluu Community in Port Harcourt. The men, who were beaten and burned by angry mobs in the community claiming they ... +


Was Nigeria President right about his Transparency International claim?

The Summary 

Comparing Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Indexes for 2001 and 2011, Nigeria was the 3rd (tied with Poland) most improved country in fighting corru... +


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