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Top Naija artists on South Africa tour : watch out for more details

It is not false that Falz is on tour in South Africa. Nigerian rapper, actor and song writer is on a three day tour in Mzanzi. The tour, tagged: “South

Hungary To Detain Asylum Seekers in Containers.

Hungary has announced to detain all asylum seekers in shipping containers near the border with Serbia. The country claim the measure is necessary to secure the EU’s borders and deter

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Nigerian Celebs Crave for Naija Food in South Africa

Many Nigerian celebs who come to South Africa to relax or perform suffer from serious nostalgia. Many wonder the reason for the strong nostalgia, even when their stay in South

Asylum Seekers run from Trump to Dump!

Asylum seekers crossing into Canada from the United States face further hurdles trying to attain refugee status here. Canada Border Services Agency say the new group fleeing from the United

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“I won’t hesitate to marry a Nigerian man” – top Kenyan athlete.

Rhoda Tanuyi of Kenya said she would not hesitate to marry a Nigerian man if approached. The athlete who came first at the 2nd Access Bank Lagos City Marathon yesterday

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Asylum seeker’s fate get worse in Italy. Deportation to increase!

Asylum seekers flee Trump in the United States. Germany to deport 12, 000 Nigerian asylum seekers next year. Italy to increase deportation of rejected asylum seekers. The number of possible

EFCC raids home of Andrew Yakubu, former NNPC GMD, recovers $9.2m

Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), on Thursday raided the home of former General Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Andrew Yakubu, in the

Nigerian Air Force acquiring light attack aircraft from Brazil

According to our source we learnt that the Nigerian Air Force says the Brazilian government has given Embraer Defense and Security permission to sell Nigeria pre-owned attack aircraft. The three

120,000 Nigerians likely face Boko Haram-created famine : UN

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — More than 120,000 Nigerians likely will suffer “catastrophic” famine-like conditions caused by Boko Haram’s Islamic uprising, among 11 million confronting severe food shortages this year, according to

“Bring Back Our Boys” Nigerians Cry Out to Germany

The decision by Germany to deport about 12,000 Nigerians next year is generating great interest amongst Nigerians in South Africa and in the social media. “Bring Back Our Boys” is