Friday's announcement of Twitter's ban in Nigeria initially seemed like a joke, preceded by a desperate press conference a day before by Lai Mohammed, the country's controversial Minister of Information.Read More »
Earlier this week, a Nigerian Senate Committee on Finance made a shocking revelation —about sixty Government-owned-Enterprises and Agencies have failed to remit a whooping N3 trillion over the past six years.Read More »
Total’s Force Majeure Declaration on Mozambique LNG is a Call for Dialogue on a Global Firewall against Terrorism
Force majeure is recognized under the Mozambique Petroleum Law, which provides that “petroleum operations rights holders may lawfully suspend performance of petroleum operations on account of a force majeure event”Read More »
Tribute to Women in Cross-border Trading: How can Africa Achieve Social Justice by Including Protection Needs and Voices of the Vulnerable?
The 8th of March marks the celebration of the International Women’s Day which is the day to raise awareness on what still needs to be done to achieve gender equality internationally.Read More »
"As the Minister has earlier directed in January, 2020, all citizens are urged to immediately secure Digital Identification from the National Identity Management Commission and submit it to the Network Operators." - NCCRead More »
Yesterday (Tuesday 28, 2020) marked one week since #BlackTuesday when the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria quickly escalated and then ended violently.Read More »