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Nigeria is failing its abducted girls - Financial Times
Posted On 05/19/2014 19:56:10 by lagosadmin
Boko Haram extremists abducted more than 200 teenage girls from their school in Nigeria’s remote northeast. President Goodluck Jonathan says 20,000 troops have been deployed as part of efforts to find and free them and in the broader campaign against an insurgency that has become the greatest threat to Nigerian and regional security. British, US and Israeli forces are now assisting operations to find the hostages with aerial surveillance and expertise.[Finish Article ]... Read More

Boko Haram rebels say Nigerian military offensive is failing - Reuters
Posted On 05/29/2013 09:56:04 by lagosadmin
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Posted On 04/16/2013 16:56:08 by lagosadmin
Nigeria’s government is not doing enough to tackle religious violence in central Nigeria, where more than 100 people have been killed since March, a U.S. government agency said on Monday. Plateau state and other parts of the “Middle Belt” have suffered for decades from violence linked to land disputes between the semi-nomadic, cattle-herding Muslim Fulani and settled Christian Berom farmers.

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Indifferent Middle Class and Our Failing Govt - AllAfrica.com
Posted On 10/19/2012 02:56:10 by lagosadmin
I met Japheth Omojuwa on Twitter before we met in person a few months after. He is one of those young Nigerians that are brilliant, courageous and detribalised and express these philosophies passionately using social media. With nearly 40,000 followers on Twitter, Japheth is both a thought leader among his peers, but gives sleepless nights to President Goodluck Jonathan's media managers. His blogging website www.omojuwa.com is one of the most popular amongst young people. He writes today on the... Read More

Doctor Firings Expose Medical Failings in Nigeria - ABC News
Posted On 05/16/2012 21:56:08 by lagosadmin
The firing of nearly 800 doctors working at hospitals in Nigeria's most populous state has exposed the failings of the nation's medical system, as lawyers said Wednesday negotiations over the physicians' fate continued. The sick and injured continue to line up at state hospitals in the nation's largest city of Lagos, but there aren't enough doctors to care for them. Many of the 17.5 million Lagos residents earn less than $2 a day, so the state hospitals represent a crucial safety net for the po... Read More

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