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Sharing and making sense of Africa's many stories
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Protesting Nigerian troops fire into air at airport in northeastern city of Maiduguri, late on Sunday. Story from last night that provides a glimpse at frustration felt by troops fighting Boko Haram.
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Nigerian stocks hit a 10-month low on Friday, dragged down by losses in the country's biggest listed firm Dangote Cement and mounting concerns over political risk in the run-up to next year's presidential election, say traders https://buff.ly/2vUhBiV
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Huge Nigerian oil refinery being built by Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote unlikely to start production until 2022, sources tell Reuters. Dangote Group, which expects to finish building in 2019, calls predicted delay product of "wild imagination".
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Nigeria approves a $150 million loan from the World Bank to help eradicate polio and scale up immunization.
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Nigeria's Senate president, Bukola Saraki, calls for an investigation into a blockade of parliament by security forces and says it was an attempt to secure his impeachment, but stops short of saying he would run for president next February.
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Nigeria’s Senate president leaves the country’s ruling party, a further blow to President Muhammadu Buhari months ahead of an election he plans to contest and just a week after a raft of defections.
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Nigeria to deploy its air force and 1,000 security personnel to fight banditry in the northwestern state Zamfara says President Buhari.
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Nigeria to deploy its air force and 1,000 security personnel to fight banditry in the northwestern state Zamfara says President Buhari.
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Nigeria’s economy is expected to grow 2.1% this year, according to a Reuters poll. That’s slower growth than previously forecast as investors hold off before elections in early 2019 https://buff.ly/2LsTm6a
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