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Sample South African VisaAs Nigerians display a marked preference for foreign holiday destinations at the expense of domestic ones, successful visa applicants in the country have spent over N2 billion on the procurement of the South African visas in three years.

Shellfish growing on the wing of the debris/ Ludovic Lai-YuInvestigators in Toulouse, France, will start examining a piece of plane debris found on Reunion Island to determine whether the numbers found on the object correspond with the Malaysian Airlines jet that mysteriously vanished in March 2014.

The two-meter-long fragment, a wing component called a flaperon, was found Wednesday on a beach on Reunion Island, which is east of Madagascar and more than 3,500 kilometers from where the Boeing 777 was last tracked.

How Nigeria Beat Polio

Published in Tech & Green News
Friday, 31 July 2015 05:59

Computer-generated model of a poliovirus. Calysta Images ;Getty Images/Tetra images RFA quarter-century campaign brings the world tantalizingly close to eradicating a disease

It’s easy not to notice a negative. A house burns down on your block and it’s all you can talk about. But a house doesn’t burn down? Where’s the news?

Still, absence can be the stuff of headlines, and that fact has rarely been truer than it is in Nigeria today

MEND CombatantsThere was palpable tension yesterday in the nine states of the Niger Delta region following the decision of the foremost ex-militant leader, High Chief Government Ekpemupolo known along the creeks and waterways of the region as Tompolo to summon ex-militant generals to a meeting in Bayelsa State under the Movement for the Enmancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND).

Union decries killing of Nigerian in South Africa

Published in News
Friday, 24 July 2015 09:45

Dead BodyThe president of Nigeria Union in South Africa, Ikechukwu Anyene, on Thursday, decried the killing of a Nigerian in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.

A Nigerian, Nonso Odo, 30, from Amangwu-Nkwerre, Imo state, was allegedly tortured to death by South African Police officers on Thursday.

President BuhariThe Federal Government has obtained a $2.1 billion credit from the World Bank to rebuild the North-East zone devastated by the jihadist group, Boko Haram.

President Muhammadu Buhari announced this in Washington DC, United States, Wednesday.

Mr. Buhari is currently in the U.S. on a four-day official visit where he has discussed bilateral issues with President Barack Obama and other U.S. officials.

Obama expresses confidence in Buhari’s leadership style

Published in News
Wednesday, 22 July 2015 10:38

Buhari-meets-ObamaPresident Barack Obama on Monday said he has confidence in President Muhammadu Buhari’s leadership style, and assured of U.S. government’s continued support for Nigeria to achieve desired goals.

Mr. Obama spoke when he received Mr. Buhari at the White House where both leaders held extensive bilateral talks.

Internet ScamSix Nigerian nationals were extradited from South Africa to Gulfport, Mississippi, to face a nine-count federal indictment in the Southern District of Mississippi alleging various Internet fraud schemes. A total of 20 defendants are charged in this case.

Nigerian businessman shot at Yeoville JHB

Published in News
Wednesday, 22 July 2015 08:53

Yeovile StreetsThe Nigeria Union in South Africa, on Tuesday, lamented the shooting of a Nigerian businessman, Emeka Nwankwo, in Yeoville, Johannesburg.

Mr Emeka Ezinteje, the Public Relations Officer of the union, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Johannesburg that the body had received the report of the incident.

Boko Haram Violence Tests Nigerians’ Faith in Buhari

Published in News
Tuesday, 07 July 2015 07:11

President BukariIn the past week, Boko Haram militants have slaughtered villagers and bombed churches and mosques across Nigeria’s north, challenging the new president’s promises to stem the six-year insurgency and testing Nigerians’ faith in his ability to do so.