Mark Zuckerberg lost nearly $20billion in just two hours on Wednesday.
Barclays Africa plans to join the Nigerian Stock Exchange in July and is exploring opportunities in three other African countries, in a move to create access for foreign investors looking to tap into markets on the continent.
Rights group SOS Racisme said: “Mamoudou Gassama serves as a useful reminder to us that people without papers are human beings with…great bravery that many have shown in their perilous journey to Europe – bravery that they often continue to display here.”
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North Korea said on Wednesday it had no choice but to suspend high-level talks with South Korea scheduled for later in the day due to U.S.-South Korean military exercises that went against the trend of warming North-South ties.
Anthonia Nwaorie was on her way to open a medical clinic in Imo State, her place of birth in Nigeria when U.S. customs seized the entire $41,377 she was carrying.
A Nigerian who was caught transporting 209 parcels of Cannabis Sativa aka “Wee” from Ghana to Nigeria has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by a High Court.
Nkurunziza came to power in 2005 after a peace deal ended a decade of civil war between the Tutsi-dominated army and Hutu rebels, in which 300,000 people were killed.
U.S President Donald Trump on Monday described Nigeria as a country with “reputation for very massive corruption”.
Former first lady Barbara Bush, the second woman in U.S. history to be a wife and mother of a U.S. president, died at age 92