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Nigeria Press Review

18.11. – 25.11.2022

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

  • Covid-19: FG Explains Why Covid-19 Travel Protocols Remain in Place in Nigeria

  • President Buhari Says Nigeria Remains One Amongst Four Countries in Africa Printing Local Currencies, World Bank Speaks on Nigeria’s Need for Urgent Fiscal Management, Nigeria Drops to Seventh Place on OPEC’s Production List, IMF Warns of Food Crisis in 2023

  • Court Orders INEC to Resume Voter Registration, Stops Nigeria Air Indefinitely Until 2023, Nigerian Economic Summit Group Says Nigeria Needs Nine Trillion USD by 2050 to Attain Shared Prosperity, NNPC Begins Oil Drilling in the North-East

  • Insecurity: National Security Adviser Says Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapon Remains Threat to Nigeria, Borno State Government Requests Militia to Combat Insurgents, Gunmen Abduct Over 100 in Zamfara State, NDLEA Amendment Act Will Strengthen Nigeria’s Drug War, Gulf of Guinea Pirates Move from Kidnapping Seafarers to Stealing Oil

About this series

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