Nigeria Press Review

01.09. – 08.09.2023

Welcome to Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s Nigeria Weekly Press Review


The weekly press review seeks to explore and keep you informed on selected issues relating to politics, business and economy, insecurity, infrastructure and development, health related issues, new trends and matters bothering on the overall situation in Nigeria.

This week's content

  • Over 200 Communities Affected by Flooding in Niger State, Over 2 Million People Displaced by Climate Disasters in Nigeria, More Financing Required to Fight Climate Change Efficiently

  • Nigeria Considering BRICS AND G-20 Membership, Indian Companies Pledge USD 14 Billion in Investments

  • President Bola Tinubu Angles for 9 Month Transition Period in Niger While AU calls for Fresh Elections in Gabon, Tribunal Dismisses Peter Obi’s Petition Against the Election of President Bola Tinubu, Rejects Atiku Abubakar’s Allegations Against Tinubu, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi Reject Judgement of the Presidential Election Petition Court, Nigerian Labour Congress Ends Warning Strike

  • Insecurity: Gunmen Abduct Passengers On Abuja-Lokoja Road, 83 Health Workers Abducted and 16 Killed in Katsina




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