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New $8 million greenhouse nursery makes Nigeria self-sufficient in tomato production

It has the capacity to process 350 million tonnes of hybrid tomato seedlings per season enabling the planting of 12000 hectares of tomato farm.

Boko Haram has been routed from the 24 local areas in Nigeria they used to administer

Boko Haram, and by extension ISIS/ISIL, has been routed from the 24 local areas in Nigeria they used to administer. Bolstered by international assistance, the Nigerian army has led this regional fight against terrorism.

Nigeria to issue $400 million in green bonds

Three key projects have been targeted by the government, the energizing Education Project, the Rural Electrification Municipal and afforestation projects.

UN brokers deal to end use of children in Nigeria’s battle with Boko Haram

Officials hail landmark for child protection as youth vigilante group known as Civilian Joint Task Force pledges to draw a line under recruitment of minors

Africa’s economic giants, Nigeria & South Africa, exit recession

Africa's two biggest economies Nigeria and South Africa on Tuesday came out of recession according to statistical figures released by the respective government agencies.

Nok culture flourishes in modern-day Nigeria

The Nok culture is an early Iron Age population whose material remains are named after the Ham village of Nok in Kaduna State of Nigeria, where their famous terracotta sculptures were first discovered by Westerners in 1928.