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  3. Abia State - Wikipedia

    Abia State is one of the thirty-six States in Nigeria and has about seventeen Local Government Areas out of the 774 Local Government Areas that constitute or make up the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Abia State was created on the 27th of August in the year 1991 during the government of General Ibrahim Babangida.

  4. The Nation (Nigeria) - Wikipedia

    The Nation is a daily newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria. According to a 2009 survey it was the second-most-read newspaper in Nigeria, and this result was repeated in a 2011 report by The Advertisers' Association of Nigeria (ADVANS). The paper's website says it stands for freedom, justice and the market economy.

  5. Ripples Nigeria - Wikipedia

    Ripples Nigeria is a Nigerian online newspaper based in Lagos. It was launched in 2015. It was launched in 2015. It is an independent, pro-investigation multi-media online news platform focused primarily on politics, policy and economy.

  6. Babachir David Lawal - Wikipedia

    He was at Data Sciences Nigeria Ltd, from 1986 to 1989, where he attained the position of Regional Manager. Lawal established his own company Rholavision Engineering Ltd, Kaduna in 1990. He ran his own company successfully until he was appointed the Secretary to the Government of the Federation on the 27th of August, 2015.

  7. National Assembly (Nigeria) - Wikipedia

    Many initiatives have been taken by the Nigerian government to promote the participation of women in politics and public service. In the 2000 National Policy on Women, the Nigerian government pledged to ensure that women participate in politics equally to men, implementing an affirmative action quota of 30% increase in participation.

  8. Corruption in Nigeria - Wikipedia

    Corruption in Nigeria is a constant phenomenon. In 2012, Nigeria was estimated to have lost over $400 billion to corruption since its independence. In 2021, the country ranked 154th in the 180 countries listed in Transparency International's Corruption Index (with South Sudan, at 180th, being the most corrupt, and Denmark the least).

  9. List of populated places in Nigeria - Wikipedia

    This is a list of populated places in Nigeria. Cities in bold are among the fourteenth-most populous in the country (covered in more detail at List of Nigerian cities by population ): Contents