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Katsina state government has concluded plans to train 8,000 farmers across the 34 local government areas of the state on the production of tomatoes. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that training, to be undertaken under the state Himma Project Agricultural Programme is in partnership with a private company...
The Guardian Emmerson Mnangagwa unhurt by explosion at election rally that injured vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa, the president of Zimbabwe, has called for peace, love and unity hours after escaping an apparent assassination attempt during an election campaign rally in the southern city of Bulawayo. At least 49 people were injured in...
An art exhibition recently stripped cultural and religious norms about the place of a body. Turns out, it's not always under the cover of clothes The body. It is the first thing we encounter, even before the human being. The base before everything else is formed. For centuries, the body...
In the realm of Nigerian politicking, all the world's a stage. It has repeatedly been referred to as the theatre of the absurd by the media and indeed it is and more, of Titanic proportions; of Godfathers; of (political) stars warring. Anything and everything goes. It seems fitting then that...
The Dangote refinery plans to start selling petrol, diesel and aviation fuel by early 2020, but the fertiliser plant, will start producing urea this year, Edwin Devakumar, the group executive director told Bloomberg. The $10 billion refinery, set to be one of the world’s largest and which can process 650,000...