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Nigeria Press Review

26.08. – 02.09.2022

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

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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 situation in Nigeria.

This week's content

  • Nigeria Will Exceed Borrowing in 2023 Following 11 trillion Naira Loan Request, Debt Management Office Puts Nigeria’s Debt at 41.6 trillion Naira and Request National Assembly to Control Budget Deficit, FG Threatens to Halt Domestic airlines Over Debt and Gives 30-Day Deadline, UNESCO Says Nigeria Now Has 20 Million Out-of-School Children

  • Reconciliation between Wike and Atiku Reportedly Hits Gridlock, PDP National Chairman Re-states Position on his Refusal to step Down, Academic Staff Union of Universities Declares Indefinite Strike, Stakeholders Call for Passage of Local Government Autonomy Bill

  • Insecurity: Jihad Analytics Ranks Nigeria Second Most Attacked Country by ISWAP, Minister of Defence Says Nigerian Borders Unguarded, Report Shows that Nigeria has Lost 50 trillion Naira to Violence

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About this series

Here you can find the press reports from the Nigeria Office.

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