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UNHCR: Nigeria sends Togo asylum seekers back home LAGOS, Nigeria — Nigerian authorities have deported at least 100 Togolese asylum seekers, many of them the children who have been refugees their whole lives, the U.N. refugee agency said Monday. The group of Togolese came to Nigeria in July after … Read more on SunHerald.com

Nigeria: National Stadium, Lagos Crying for Help [Opinion] Lagos — In 2014 President Goodluck Jonathan approved the concessioning of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos. The National Sports Commission (NSC) then revealed further that the concessioning was given to private investors (names withheld) who … Read more on Entertainment Express

SaharaTV’s Omoyele Sowore interviews Bosun Tijani, CEO of Co-Creation Hub Nigeria, to discuss Nigeria’s ‘first social media elections,’ internet bandwidth and penetration in Nigeria. Video Rating: 5 / 5

Nigeria: NSCDC Deploys 2000 Officers for Elections in Lagos The Lagos State Commandant of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) on Friday said it would deploy 2,000 personnel to monitor Saturday's Governorship and House of Assembly elections in the state. The commandant, Mr Gabriel Abafi, made … Read more on AllAfrica.com

Nigeria 2015 Presidential election results: Lagos State – APC wins … Here are the results for Lagos State based on the official INEC announcements of the 2015 Nigerian Presidential election results from each state in Nigeria. Professor Isaac Adewole, the VC, University of Ibadan, the Returning Officer of INEC for Lagos … Read more on…

Remarks at a Press Availability in Lagos, Nigeria SECRETARY KERRY: Well, good afternoon, everybody. I am really delighted be here in Nigeria. And I was just admiring the extraordinary view and this wonderful location. I'm particularly pleased to be here at this particular moment, just a few weeks … Read more on US Department of…

Nigeria: US Secretary of State, John Kerry, Arrives Lagos Kerry was being expected at the U.S embassy in Lagos where journalists had been waiting anxiosuly for his arrival. Reports equally showed that journalists were, however, restricted from gaining access to the VIP wing of the Murtala Ramat Mohammed … Read more on Vanguard