Dave Okonjie

Dave Okonjie is a public affairs analyst, researcher and senior issues correspondent.
Technology

Ghana benefits from China’s completed 300-village satellite TV project

ACCRA, Ghana—News reports Ghana revealed that China’s 300-community satellite television project for the West African nation has completed.  The project…

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Freetown’s Christ the King Hospital receives Spanish medical mission

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone––Eight Spaniard Medical Doctors from Malaga, Spain, have successful conducted free medical surgeries at the Christ The King…

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Technology

The government of Cameroon to promote work opportunities for women in digital sector

LAGOS, Nigeria—Reports from Cameroon says the government is keen on efforts to enhance the skills of and opportunities for women…

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Health

Millions of people in Nigeria lack access to clean water

ABUJA, Nigeria –– UNICEF and the Nigeria’s Bureau of Statistics (NBS) recent study shows that millions of households and families…

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News

Buhari re-elected president of Nigeria amid opposition cry of foul play

ABUJA, Nigeria–President Muhammadu Buhari was re-elected to a second term as head of state of Nigeria amid allegations of electoral…

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As Nigerians prepare to choose between two “lesser evils,” polls are delayed and AU observers gear up to monitor Africa’s most popular country’s general election

ABUJA, Nigeria–––Nigerians are amongst brilliant and talented people in Africa and the world.  They are doctors, engineers, scientists, lawyers, business…

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Entertainment

Former Nigeria’s defender and official Taiwo Ogunjobi has died

LAGOS – A former Nigerian international soccer star and defender Taiwo Ogunjobi has died abruptly in Ibadan, south-western Nigeria. At…

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News

Displaced Nigerians think of food and eating, not about voting in presidential election

ABUJA – As the federal republic of Nigeria moves closer to presidential election in the next few days, insecurity is…

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Business

Blackstone Is Pulling Back from Africa

LAGOS––The world’s largest alternative-investment management firm Blackstone Group LP is selling its Africa subsidiary Black Rhino Group back to management,…

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News

UK and US issued visa threat to Nigerian politicians, what is the implication?

LAGOS —Reliable sources within U.S. State Department and the UK foreign ministry confirmed that both the US and UK governments…

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