1. Nigeria: State Fails to Stem Kidnapping for Ransom Crisis in Nigeria

    By Promise Eze / IPS [IPS]Abuja -- Lilian Eze still shivers when she recalls the frequent attacks by kidnappers in the Kaduna community she once lived in, in north-central Nigeria. In February 2022, she fled with her children to Abuja, the nation's capital, to ensure their safety.
  2. Nigeria: From Gas to Ash - the Struggle of Nigerian Women Amidst Surging Cooking Gas Prices

    By Peace Oladipo / IPS [IPS]Kwara, Nigeria -- One sunny mid-morning in Omu-Aran village, a community in Kwara State, North Central Nigeria, Iyabo Sunday sat beside a firewood stand observing her pot of beans with rice (a combination enjoyed by many in Nigeria). The 52-year-old wido
  3. BREAKING: Immense fear as DSS arrests Miyetti Allah’s president, see reason, photo, details

    By Ridwan Adeola Nigeria secret police, DSS, has reportedly arrested the president of Miyetti Allah, Bello Bodejo Bodejo was arrested at the Miyetti Allah’s head office at Tundun Maliya cattle market, kilometre 22, Abuja-Keffi Expressway, Tundun-Wada, Karu LGA of Nasarawa state Legi
  4. Nigeria: WHO Confirms 25 New Cases of Covid-19 in Nigeria

    By Mariam Ileyemi / Premium Times [Premium Times] As of 13 December, a total of 266,675 confirmed cases and 3,155 deaths have been recorded across the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced 25 fresh coro