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Five Edu-Tech Startups Poised To Financially Gain From School’s Shutdown

Nigeria's education sector has been on lockdown for more than two months, and there's no specific time for resumption. While this is hurting the...

Appointment of Professor Gambari as New Chief of Staff to be Officially Announced on Wednesday

An inside source has confirmed to MAP NEWS that the appointment of Prof. Gambari as the new Chief of Staff of President Buhari would...

AGRIBUSINESS: Way Out For Youth Rural-Urban Migration

By Timilehin Osunde | Research has associated the increase of rural-urban migration amongst youth in Africa with lesser food expenditures and the incidence of poverty...

REVEALED: Nigeria Fin. Tech. Company Moves To Evade Tax Payment In Nigeria

This Special Report was originally published by Premium Times Newspaper By Nicholas Ibekwe Moves by Venture Garden Nigeria Limited, arguably Nigeria’s biggest financial technology (fintech)...

Nigeria Ranks Lowest On Oxfam’s Regional Reducing Inequality Index 2019

“African countries, especially those in West Africa, are simply not doing enough” to “ensure that no one is left behind”, declares a new report,...

13.2m Out Of School Children: SERAP Drags Nigerian Officials To ICC

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sent a petition to Mrs. Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor, International Criminal Court (ICC), urging her to use her “good...

We Spent N45 Million to Train 1,000 Primary School Teachers – Nasarawa Govt

The Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board has responded to a Freedom of Information request by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), disclosing how “the...

Kayayai By Day, Sex Worker By Night

By Theodora Aidoo - Abena, a fourteen (14) year old teenage girl, is the fifth child of eight (8) children born to her parents in...

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African Development Bank Agrees to Independent Probe of President, Adesina

The board of the African Development Bank has agreed to an independent probe of its president, Akinwumi Adesina. This was after the U.S....
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Over 3,600 Children Detained by Nigerian Military – Amnesty

Amnesty International has said that more than 3,600 Nigerian children have been detained by the Nigerian military. Relying on data...

Three COVID-19 Drugs Developed in Nigeria Forwarded for Validation

Three COVID-19 herbal cures have been approved and forwarded to relevant authorities for validation, the Presidential Task Force (PTF)...

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African Development Bank Agrees to Independent Probe of President, Adesina

The board of the African Development Bank has agreed to an...

Over 3,600 Children Detained by Nigerian Military – Amnesty

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