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Nigerian communities struggle with devastating oil spills
Martha Alfred used to harvest 20 bags of cassava each year before an oil spill forced her to abandon her field and hawk roasted fish to survive.
One killed as Nigerian forces open fire on Sheikh Zakzaky supporters
At least one person has been killed and several others injured after Nigerian police used live ammunition to break up a religious gathering by supporters of senior cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
Six Nigerian schoolgirls, 2 staff members released weeks after being kidnapped: Official
Six Nigerian schoolgirls and two staff members have been released unhurt three weeks after they were kidnapped from their dormitories in northern Kaduna state, regional authorities said Saturday.
Nigerian painting fetches £1.1 million after Google search
A painting by the Nigerian artist responsible for the ‘African Mona Lisa’ sold at auction in London for £1.1 million after the family who owned it googled the signature and realized its importance.
Nigerian government transfers Zakzaky to unknown location: IMN
The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) says Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky has been transferred to an unknown location upon return from India where he sought medical treatment, only to face an "obstruction" in the procedure.
Nigerian inflation slows to 12-month low
Nigeria’s annual inflation rate declined to the lowest in a year in July as food prices increased slower than in the previous month
Nigerian troops kill 20 supporters of Sheikh Zakzaky
Nigerian security forces have killed at least 20 members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) during protests calling for the release of senior cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, the movement’s leader, this week.
‘Followers of Nigerian cleric Zakzaky die in custody due to lack of care’
Supporters of senior Nigerian cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky say they have obtained information that four of his followers have died in government custody because of a lack of medical treatment of their gunshot wounds, raising further concerns about a government crackdown on the sheikh’s Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN).
Police: Nigerian gangs kill 43 in several attacks
Gunmen on motorbikes killed 43 people in waves of attacks in northern Nigeria, police said Monday, the latest violence by criminal gangs raiding villages and stealing livestock.
Nigerian pro-government militia force sets free 900 child recruits
Nigerian militias battling Daesh-linked Boko Haram terrorist group has freed some 900 child recruits from its ranks, United Nations children’s agency UNICEF has announced.
Nigerian expert seeks independent body to manage ecological fund
For greater efficiency, Prof. Clement Akosile, of the Nigerian Meteorological Society, has called on the federal government to allow an independent body to manage the ecological fund.
Witness: Nigerian police open fire, shoot tear gas at Shia Muslim protesters in Abuja
Nigerian police opened fire and shot tear gas at Shia Muslim protesters in the capital of Abuja on Tuesday, according to a Reuters witness, the second straight day of violence involving the group.
Boko Haram attack leaves 5 dead in Nigerian village
At least five people have been killed and a village razed in an attack by Boko Haram extremists in the northern Nigerian Borno state.
Nigerian President Buhari to seek second term in 2019
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari confirmed on Monday he will seek another term in elections next year, ending months of speculation about his future after bouts of ill health.
Boko Haram frees 100 Nigerian girls but issues warning
Nigeria’s homegrown Boko Haram Takfiri terror group has surprisingly returned more than a 100 of 110 girls it had abducted from the country’s northeast last month, but has served the parents with a stern warning.

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