Nigeria Press Review

Nigeria Press Review

11.06. – 18.06.2021

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 COVID-19 and the situation in Nigeria.


This week's content

  • Democracy Day: Police Claim International Best Practices Justify Use of Teargas on Protesters, Amnesty International Condemns Attacks on June 12 Protesters, Nobel Laureate Describes Decentralization Demands as Overdue, Is Nigeria’s Internet Governance Model Sustainable?
  • FG Allege Involvement of Twitter’s Founder in EndSars Protest, Seeks to Control Online National Broadcasting, INEC Creates Additional 56,872 Polling Units, President Buhari Decries Inability to Revive Education Sector
  • World Bank Reports Surging 7 million Citizens Below Poverty Line, IMF Warns Unemployment, Inflation Rate at an All Time-High, Outlook on Europe/Africa Trade Relations,
  • Insecurity: South-East Experience Breakdown in Conventional Policing Operations, Boko Haram’s Leader “Shekau” Confirmed Dead, Army Asks Boko Haram Terrorists to Surrender, Presidents Buhari Visits Maiduguri