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33 days of Christmas in Nigerian port
29/12/2015 - International report

33 days of Christmas in Nigerian port

Calabar, a sea port city in south-east Nigeria, celebrates Christmas for 33 days - making it a place to have fun during the festive season.The Christmas festival, which runs from 31 November to 1 ...
Nigeria's Wellington Jighere becomes first African to win World Scrabble title
07/12/2015 - International report

Nigeria's Wellington Jighere becomes first African to win World Scrabble title

For the first time, an African has won the World Scrabble Championship. The new champion of the word game is from Nigeria. He defeated an English opponent during the final held in Australia.
Childless Nigerians resort to 'baby factories'
15/10/2014 - International report

Childless Nigerians resort to 'baby factories'

Nigeria has an unusually high number of infertile couples, experts have found.
Nigeria’s football supporters prepare their show
16/06/2014 - International report

Nigeria’s football supporters prepare their show

Nigeria will play Iran today at the World Cup in Brazil. As usual, members of Nigeria’s football supporters club are expected to be one of the side-attractions during the match.
African musicians launch project to combat food shortage
07/05/2014 - International report

African musicians launch project to combat food shortage

Millions of Africans face food crises every year.
Public hearings into thousands of forced evictions in Nigeria
02/12/2013 - International report

Public hearings into thousands of forced evictions in Nigeria

In Nigeria, a series of nationwide public hearings is underway into complaints by tens of thousands of people who have lost their homes and business premises as a result of forced evictions.
Nigeria privatises power industry
14/11/2013 - International report

Nigeria privatises power industry

Nigeria, a country notorious for frequent power cuts, has privatised its power sector in an effort to improve electricity supply.
Twin killing in Nigeria
06/11/2013 - International report

Twin killing in Nigeria

The killing of twins and other babies, whose birth is considered a bad omen, was a cultural practice among some ethnic groups in Nigeria more than 100 years ago.
Albinos in Nigeria fight back
15/10/2013 - International report

Albinos in Nigeria fight back

People with Albinism, who are also known as Albinos, suffer some of the worst cases of discrimination and human rights abuses in Africa.
African education series pt 4 - Nigeria's private universities
03/10/2013 - International report

African education series pt 4 - Nigeria's private universities

In Nigeria, there is increasing demand for private university education. Public universities in the country are perceived as poorly-managed and lacking in facilities.
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