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Liz Truss has resigned from office as UK Prime Minister in a statement outside Downing Street after meeting the Chairman of the 1922 Committee of backbench Members of Parliament as more Tories called for her to quit. Her resignation is coming in what many describe as a disastrous tenure, after just six weeks in the […]

The Ugandan Government says plans are underway to deepen existing cooperation with Nigeria as the country’s airline gets set to start direct flights to Lagos from the Entebbe airport. Ugandan High Commissioner to Nigeria, Nelson Ocheger, who said this during the celebration of the country’s 60th Independence anniversary in Abuja explained that the move will […]

The People’s Republic of China has denied reports in the media, that it has established a Chinese Police Station in Nigeria. The Chinese Embassy Press Officer, Zhang Hang, in a telephone chat with Raypower, said the rumour is based on an ill-intentioned report, made by an anti-China Human Rights NGO in Europe. Hang added that […]

The Australian government has issued a warning asking its citizens not to travel to Nigeria over the recent cases of flooding and the level of insecurity that has ravaged some parts of the country. The consulate said the potential for terrorism, kidnapping, crime, and civil unrest remained high throughout Nigeria. This was made known on […]

Health systems in Uganda already weakened by the coronavirus pandemic and budget cut are currently struggling to contain the Ebola outbreak caused by a strain for which there are no proven vaccines or antiviral treatments and which can’t be detected by rapid tests. There are already 43 confirmed cases of the Sudan strain of the […]

Former Super Eagles captain and Chelsea star Mikel John Obi announced his retirement from football at the age of 35. The AFCON 2013 winner has brought down the curtain on an 18-year laurel-laden senior career that included 11 years in West London, a club he joined in 2006 in one of the most bizarre contractual […]

The Seventy-seventh General Assembly of the United Nations, opened on Tuesday with the Chairman of the African Union, Macky Sall demanding the deconstruction of narratives that confine Africa to the margins of decision-making. The Senegalese President who was the first African leader to speak at the gathering in New York lamented that it is time […]

Norwegian striker of Nigerian heritage, Antonio Eromonsele Nusa, has become the second youngest player to score in the UEFA Champions League scoring the last goal for Club Brugge in their four-nil thumping of FC Porto on Tuesday, in a match day-two encounter. The 180cm tall attacker sits second to FC Barcelona forward Ansu Fati. At […]

The European Union is launching a €39 million programme on Monday, September 12, aimed at promoting transparent, inclusive, and credible elections in Nigeria. The programme tagged EU Support to Democratic Governance in Nigeria (EU-SDGN) Phase II, is a €39m initiative funded under the EU’s Neighbourhood Development and International Cooperation Instrument, for over five years. In […]

Queen Elizabeth II is dead, she died peacefully this Thursday afternoon at Balmoral Castle, a statement from Buckingham Palace confirms. Elizabeth II, born in Mayfair London as Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, on April 21, 1926, died at the age of 96. She ascended the throne in 1952 after the demise of her father King George VI. […]

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