[East African] Covid-19 tales dominate the nine one-minute film entries from East Africa competing for ?26,000 ($31,585) in prizes at the inaugural Mobile Film Festival contest between February 17 and March 17.
[Vanguard] The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) says Nigeria accounts for 20 per cent or 10 billion dollars (N3.8 trillion) of the estimated 50 billion dollars that Africa loses to Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs).
[This Day] Abuja -- The Nigerian Army yesterday denied reports that 101 soldiers and officers deserted the theatre of war after clashes with insurgents in Marte and Dikwa in Borno State.
[Daily Trust] For almost a decade, Madam Jane, a mother of three, has been a teacher employed by the Local Government Education Authority, Zango Daji, Kogi State.
[Premium Times] Over 155,000 COVID-19 cases have been reported in the country and over 1,900 deaths.
[The Point] Former CDS and minister for Interior, Retired Colonel Babucar Jatta in his TRRC testimony on the 2005 West African migrants' incident, stated that the matter was a state-ordered-execution handled by the soldiers and sanctioned by former pre...
[The Conversation Africa] Over the past few decades the boundaries of tourism have grown to include festival, cultural and ecological attractions. But the benefits of this development haven't been extensively explored. These include attracting tourists...
[Premium Times] "Till date, more than 136,335 people have recovered from COVID-19 and discharged," the NCDC says.
[Leadership] The federal government has declared that states that are yet to meet the conditions will not receive the COVID vaccines.
[CPJ] Abuja -- Nigerian authorities should conduct a credible and transparent investigation into the assault of journalist Eniola Daniel and hold his attackers to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.