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Nigeria Press Review

05.05. – 12.05.2023

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 overall situation in Nigeria.

This week's content

  • Refiners Say Nigeria Need USD 7.5 Billion to Deepen LPG Usage, Dangote Refinery Set to Refine about 103 Million Litres Daily, President Buhari Seeks Senate Approval to Spend USD 800 Million World Bank Palliative Loan, Angola Overtakes Nigeria as Top African Crude Oil Producer, World Health Organization Says Nigeria is Second Highest in Maternal Deaths Worldwide

  • Presidential Election Petition Tribunal: Tribunal Begins Sitting, Judges Dismiss First and Second Petition Against Tinubu, Peter Obi´s Petition Adjourned Till May 17, Atiku's and APM’s Petitions Adjourned Till May 18

  • Five Speakership Aspirants in The Coming 10th National Assembly Race Against APC’s Adopted Candidate, Supreme Court Affirms Adeleke as Osun Governor, Code of Conduct Bureau Asks President-Elect, Vice-President-Elect and Incoming Governors to Declare Assets Before Swearing-In, Indigenous People Of Biafra Declares May 30 Sit-At-Home Order, Court Restrains the National Broadcasting Commission from Imposing Fines on Broadcast Stations

  • Insecurity: Soldiers Rescue Over 30 Kidnap Victims, Bandits Abduct 40 Church Worshippers in Kaduna, Army Chief Says Human Rights Violations Now Reduced in the Military

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About this series

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

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