Buhari Host Envoys Of China, Israel, Others In Abuja

Nigeria’s President-Elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, ahead of the handover of government on May 29, hosted some foreign envoys whose countries are seeking stronger ties with Nigeria. The delegation of envoys who met with Gen Buhari at the Defence House in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) include the Ambassadors from

AIF Has Announced Finalists for its Digital Art Challenge

The African innovation foundation (AIF) has announced the top seven finalists in its digital art challenge, #AfrinnovChallenge The seven finalists are: Catherine Mirembe and Allan Musije from Uganda-based Bumba studio, Fatoumata Tioye, Mariona Lloreta, Mbuotidem Johnson, Ismael Mohamadou Djida, Noh Balcha and Ntombi Kunye.

Morocco Saga: President Does Not Need to Apologise – Wali.


The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Senator Aminu Wali yesterday said President Goodluck Jonathan does not need to apologise over controversy surrounding his purported telephone conversation with the King of Morocco. Addressing state House correspondents yesterday, Ambassador Wali said he has ordered a full investigation into the incidence in compliance with

Reuben Abati Says Pres. Jonathan Never Spoke to Morocco’s King Mohammed VI


Following the controversy surrounding the purported phone call between President Goodluck Jonathan and King Mohammed VI, it turns out that the president never actually spoke to the king. You will recall that the foreign affairs ministry in Morocco vehemently refuted the reports that Jonathan had spoken to the king. However,

Jonathan orders probe into Morocco phone scam, says Nigeria lied

President Goodluck Jonathan: has admitted that Nigeria lied Contrary to the assertions of officials of his Foreign Affairs Ministry, President Goodluck Jonathan said on Friday that he has neither spoken to or had conversations with King Mohammed VI of Morroco.

Morocco Accuses Nigeria of Using King Mohammed VI as Election Tool


Morocco has withdrawn its ambassador from Nigeria after accusing President Goodluck Jonathan of using King Mohammed VI as an election campaign tool. According to BBC, the Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs claimed that Jonathan had spoken to the king over the phone. However, Morocco’s foreign ministry has denied that the

Morocco Closes Its Embassy Over Fallout With Federal Government

Morocco has recalled its ambassador from Nigeria, accusing the Jonathan’s lead government of using King Mohammed VI in election campaign. The bone of contention seems to be the Federal Government’s claim that President Goodluck Jonathan was in a telephone conversation with the King of Morocco.

Daily Mail Lists Kenya, South Africa & More as “Most Dangerous Holiday Destinations for Women”


Travel experts at Daily Mail have put together top 10 list of countries they have tagged as the “most dangerous holiday destinations for women.” According to the publication, there are some countries where women may be exposed to misogyny, pestering, and in some cases, danger. Here are the top 10