Thursday, July 30, 2015
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AFRICANGLOBE - It is no longer news that many Nigerian artifacts are in Europe and America held by both public institutions such as Museums, Universities and Galleries as well as by private individuals, but what is new is the collaborative efforts being made by the Nigerian government and the countries where these artifacts are taken in the first place to repatriate them back to the country where they rightly belong.

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria’s leading indigenous energy group, Oando PLC, has announced its affiliate Oando Energy Resources (OER), which is listed on the Toronto bourse (TSX), has entered into agreements with ConocoPhillips (COP) to acquire its entire business interests in Nigeria for an estimated cash of $1.79 billion including customary adjustments.

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria and Qatar have finalised plans to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the investment of $390 million in former’s transport...

AFRICANGLOBE - Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Mr. Oscar Onyema has disclosed plans for the NSE to hit  $1 trillion...

AFRICANGLOBE - The Nigerian Police has confirmed the release of Prof. Kamene Okonjo, mother of Nigerian Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, five days after her...

AFRICANGLOBE - A recent reports indicate that over $25 billion has been generated in Nigeria by foreign and domestic airlines, charter service providers and...

AFRICANGLOBE - When Lagos, the commercial heart of Nigeria, moved to create more space for its 15 million populace, it went as far as...

AFRICANGLOBE - It's ironic that Nigeria, Africa's leading oil producer, suffers from frequent fuel and power shortages. But four Nigerian students have found a...

AFRICANGLOBE - Britian’s largest drugmaker, GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK) has disclosed plans to invest $1 billion in its Nigerian and Indian units, in a bid...

Seventeen ships laden with tens of millions of barrels of crude oil suspected to have been stolen were arrested by the navy.The ships were...

AFRICANGLOBE - Access to credit, or a lack thereof, by consumers and businesses in capitalist and mixed financial systems usually serves as a major...

A suicide bomber has claimed the lives of at least seven, and left 100 others injured at a Nigerian church in Kaduna. The northern...

West Africa is at a crossroads. As terrorists lay siege to embassies in the North of the continent, the “summer of siege” in West...

Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan has disclosed  that Nigeria’s economy attracted investments worth 6.8 trillion naira ($42.6 billion) in nine months, with Gross Domestic Product...

Saudi Arabia on Friday began expelling over a thousand female Nigerian pilgrims from the country because they had arrived without male guardians, the first...

Nigeria's Federal Government on Wednesday in Abuja gave the Saudi Arabia government 24 hours to expedite action in resolving the issues surrounding the detention...

The French electronics firm Safran has been fined 500,000 euros for bribing Nigerian officials in order to win a multi-million euro contract to make...