Monthly Archives: August 2018

Nigeria police on IPOB again!

The law enforcement agencies and the Nigeria military have once again on August 17th, 2018 descended on people protesting in demand for the release of the defunct IPOB leader. He is believed to have been missing since the September of 2017 invasion of his father’s compound by the Nigeria military. The question that is left unanswered remains, why are the

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British Prime Minister, Theresa May Will Be In Nigeria Tomorrow

That Nigeria and Africa is attracting interest from leaders of the western world is so true, and these interests if sustained and aptly managed can bring better tides to the African continent. Nigeria being a catalyst for growth and development in Africa, is set to host British Prime Minister Theresa May. Ms May is scheduled to be in Nigeria tomorrow

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A Record 18.4 Million Forcibly Displaced People Lived In Sub-Saharan Africa In 2017-Report

WakeUp Africa assessment of a report published by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has revealed that a record number of forcibly displaced people lived in sub-Saharan Africa in 2017. Our assessment revealed that the total number of people living in sub-Saharan Africa who were forced to leave their homes due to conflict reached a new high of 18.4 Million

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Atiku Abubarkar’s Son Involved In Autocrash

Information reaching WakeUpAfrica360, is that one of the sons of Former Vice President and PDP aspiring presidential candidate Atiku Abubarka, and his Portuguese friend were involved in an auto crash along Jada Road in Adamawa State. According to the report, Atiku’s son, his friend were driving Atiku’s official vehicle, a customized Lexus SUV, bearing Atiku’s traditional title, Waziri Adamawa. The

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