Category Archives: Foriegn affairs

U.S. Launches Law Enforcement and Public Engagement Project

The United States Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) in collaboration with the CLEEN Foundation yesterday launched a pilot project on public engagement for law enforcement agencies in Nigeria. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 8 June 2017


Nigerian group requests $500 million from Trump administration

A Nigerian economic and social rights group has written to the White House demanding the return of $500 million of stolen funds, which it claims are being held by the US. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 16 February 2017

Gambians In UK Urges Nigerian Legal Practitioners To Shun Jammeh’s Petition

The Gambian community in the United Kingdom have appealed to the Nigerian Government to call on its nationals working in the legal profession to recuse themselves from President Yahya Jammeh’s petition to the Supreme Court of the Gambia. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 9 January 2017

£3000 Visa Bond: Nigerian’s Selfish Attitude Led To Unfair Policy

A legal practitioner and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mike Ahamba, has blamed Nigerians’ belief in ‘individual development’ and not ‘societal development’ for the recent United Kingdom immigration policy which proposes a £3, 0000 visa bond deposit for Nigerian visitors. Full story…


Posted by Amaka, 27 June 2013

Lawmaker Flays Renewed Attacks on Nigerians in S/Africa

The Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, Rep. Nnenna Ukeje, has described the renewed attacks on Nigerians in South Africa as distressing. Full story…


Posted by Amaka, 3 June 2013

Bill Gates Didn’t Cancel Visit Due To Alamieyeseigha’s Pardon – Presidency

The presidency has been reacting to report attributing the cancellation of Bill Gates’ visit to Nigeria to the controversy over state pardon given former Bayelsa State governor, Diepreye Alamieyeseigha and some other Nigerians. Full story…


Posted by Amaka, 19 March 2013

Nigeria Wins AU Commissionership After 11 Years

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Olusegun Ashiru, says Nigeria’s alliance with Rwanda, Ethiopia and Kenya, assisted it to secure a commissionership position in the AU after 11 years of trying.  Full story…


Posted by Amaka, 15 February 2013