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Nigeria Press Review

17.03. – 24.03.2023

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

  • National Bureau of Statistics Explains Delay in Release of Unemployment Data, CBN Says Nigeria’s Economy Maintains Nine-Quarter Consecutive Growth, Nigeria Ranks Sixth Among High Tuberculosis Burdened Countries, UNICEF Reports on Water Crisis

  • Low Voter Turnout in Lagos Due to Attack by Thugs, Governorship Election Update, Suspension of Elections in Three States Met with Protests, EU Election Observers Says INEC Failed to Meet Expectation of Nigerians, Four Presidential Candidates Ask Tribunal to Nullify Presidential Elections, President-elect Bola Tinubu Condemns Ethnic Smears and Election Violence, Calls for Peace, President Buhari Rejects 19 Constitution Alteration Bills, FG to Install Facial Recognition at Airports, PDP Suspends its Members Over Anti-party Activities, Nigerian Labour Congress to Begin Strike Action Next Week

  • Insecurity: Defence Headquarters Rescues 201 Abducted Nigerians, Zamfara State Imposes Dusk to Dawn Curfew, President Buhari Inaugurates Counterrorism Centre, National Security Adviser Building

About this series

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