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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will launch a digital currency on Monday aimed at improving the nation's payments system

"It means 'small love,' literally." His song, "Love Nwantiti," blew up on TikTok and became the most Shazamed song in the world. Nigerian artist @ckay_yo  takes Brut through the lyrics of his viral hit.

CAC to complement Nigerian government’s poverty alleviation programme via @todayng 

| Man sentenced to 45 years for trafficking 2 women, forcing them into sex work: A Nigerian man accused of human trafficking has been handed two life sentences in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will launch a digital currency on Monday aimed at improving the payments system in the West African nation, according to the central bank

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Minister: Nigerian government set to revamp rubber industry via @todayng 

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“Why are you killing us?” A CNN investigation has exposed what really happened at Lekki toll gate in Lagos last month, casting doubt on the Nigerian government’s official narrative. WATCH:

End SARS: Nigerian police 'open fire on protesters' in Lagos after 12 days of anti-police brutality demonstrations

I applaud the resourcefulness and courage of Nigerian youth in the #EndSARS . Powerful to let your voices be heard peacefully. Let’s join hands for a positive outcome through a One Nigeria approach.

Nigerian protests turn bloody as soldiers open fire on peaceful protesters. Eyewitnesses told CNN that multiple demonstrators were shot by soldiers. @EleniGiokos  reports.

These Nigerian teenagers are producing short sci-fi movies using a smart phone and other everyday items.

I'm deeply concerned by reports that Nigerian security forces yesterday opened fire on a crowd at the Lekki toll gate peacefully demonstrating against Special Anti-Robbery Squad brutality, extrajudicial executions and extortion. I will be writing to the Foreign Secretary#EndSARS 

Nigerian police use teargas at protest demanding an end to police brutality in the country

nigerian'>Tonight Nigerian security forces stormed the most prominent site of the #EndSARS  protests in Lagos, firing live rounds & killing several people as the government sought to end two weeks of marches against police brutality. Here's our report - and a thread:

Soldiers open fire on Nigerian protesters in Lagos: witnesses

The Nigerian National Broadcasting Commission warns media houses not to "embarrass government" as #EndSARS  protests lead to deaths. #BBCAfricaLive 

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