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Sherif Farouk, Chairperson of Egypt Post, received Nigeria’s Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Issa Ali Pantami, at the authority’s headquarters in the Smart Village.
Nigeria’s army also recovered a gun truck, many weapons and a large quantity of ammunition during the gunfight, military spokesperson Benard Onyeuko said.
Egypt affirms priority of protecting all expatriates, says Foreign Ministry
Boko Haram group has been trying to establish an Islamist state in northeastern Nigeria since 2009. The group also extended attacks to Lake Chad Basin
Terror group Boko Haram claimed on Tuesday that it was responsible for the attack, but Nigeria military and the Katsina government had refuted the claim.
In an audio message, a man identifying himself as Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau claimed that the group is “behind what happened in Katsina.”
Also on Sunday, Jihadists from the deadly Boko Haram group killed at least 27 people in an overnight attack in southeast Niger.
At least 70 people working in rice farms were killed by militants
Nationwide protests against a police unit called Special Anti-Robbery Squad (Sars) have been ongoing for two weeks, using the social media hashtag #EndSars
Since 2009, Boko Haram has been trying to establish an Islamist state in northeastern Nigeria, extending its attacks to countries in the Lake Chad Basin
Security personnel in the convoy of Babagana Zulum, governor of Borno state, swiftly responded to gunfire from suspected Boko Haram militants
Intelligence was later confirmed by aerial surveillance missions, leading to the air bombardment on the armed bandits location in northwest Nigeria
Nigerian military spokesman said the operation was one of the multiple military operations in Nigeria’s northwest region that has been wracked by years of violence.
Three attackers riding motorbikes opened fire on a gathering of mourners, the terrorist group leader, Bunu Bukar Mustapha, told AFP
Madagascar took a surprise lead through Ibrahim Amada’s superb 20-yard strike before Cedric Bakambu equalised with a header.
Salah’s absence caused troubles, lack of focus behind defeat to Nigeria
EFG Hermes, a financial services corporation in frontier and emerging markets (FEM), has entered into a definitive sale and purchase agreement (SPA) to acquire 100% of Primera Africa, a top-ranked brokerage house in Nigeria, according to a press statement on Thursday. The statement said that EFG Hermes will utilise its presence in Nigeria to serve …
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About half of Nigeria’s population is Muslim. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is officially observed in Nigeria when the Ramadan crescent is sighted by the Nigerians themselves, as they do not start the fasting according to any other country’s observation. Once the moon-sighting is confirmed, a spirit of joy spreads …
Company targets 1.5m users in first phase
Over 60 people reported dead
We are open to investors from all over the world, says Nigerian communication technology minister
Egypt’s furniture exports amounted to $107m in the first 4 months of the current year
The Nigerian air force has killed dozens of refugees and wounded aid workers when it accidentally bombed a camp, a military official said.
Though the top three seem to be in a constant back and forth, Egypt’s future growth prospects put it in a better position than the current continental leaders
Imagine you can help relieve disasters as they happen – by using your smartphone. NGOs have used crowdsourced information to locate vulnerable people for years. But can a mapping app really save lives in times of crisis?
Growing desertification and violence in Nigeria is forcing thousands of Muslim herdsmen to move south, leading to clashes with Christian crop farmers. Residents and activists report that hundreds have been killed.
Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital is filled with street hawkers. The hawkers take advantage of the city’s congested roads to sell a wide range of household items to motorists stuck in the traffick jam.
An oil pipeline belonging to the Italian oil company Agip came under several attacks in Nigeria’s oil-rich Bayelsa state. On Friday, the oil militants, the Niger Delta Avengers, claimed responsibility for the attacks.
The religious police in Kano State have been cracking down on Muslims who fail to fast during the holy month of Ramadan. As DW’s Nasir Zango reports, the suspects could be caned in public if found guilty.