Articles about Nigeria from SocioLingo Africa

Nigeria : UN deputy chief – messages of women vital to sustainable peace, development

Urgent action is needed now towards the meaningful participation of women in peace processes, as well ensuring their voices are heard in all aspects of society, the United Nations deputy chief told reporters in Abuja today as part of a first-ever UN-African Union trip focused on women, peace and security. “It is about action. It […]

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Northeast Nigeria: Bringing aid before the rains

Teams from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) are scaling up assistance in anticipation of increasing humanitarian and medical needs in hard-to-reach areas of Borno state, Nigeria. The onset of the rainy season will render some locations impossible to reach, as the countryside transforms into muddy swamps and roads disappear under water. The remote town of Rann […]

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Nigeria : Hungarian Prime Minister receives Bishop Oliver Dashe Doeme

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán receives Nigerian Bishop Oliver Dashe Doeme Bertalan Havasi, head of the Press Office of the Prime Minister, has informed the Hungarian news agency MTI that in Budapest on Tuesday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had talks with Oliver Dashe Doeme, the Bishop of the Nigerian diocese of Maiduguri. The two men discussed […]

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Nigeria : UNIC urges youth to add vocational skills

Add vocational skills to your education – UNIC urges youth The National Information Officer of the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) in Nigeria, Oluseyi Soremekun, has called on Nigerian youth to add vocational skills acquisition to their formal education in order to be marketable, employable and economically sustainable for a secured future. He made this […]

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