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A crowded field

Now definitively excluded from the presidential race, the imprisoned Ousmane Sonko waits to learn whether his stand-in, Bassirou Diomaye Faye, will be allowed out of jail to campai...


Shell leads oil majors' exit from the Niger Delta

Companies accused of under-investment – arrangements on financing and liability for pollution may be contested

When the British oil major Shell announced on 16 January that it would be selling its interests in 18 oil licences in shallow water and onshore Niger Delta it raised awkward questi...


Ofori-Atta claims big win

Confirmation on 17 January of a deal between Ghana and its official bilateral creditors (Paris Club and China) to restructure payments owed on US$5.4 billion of debt, is a politica...


Abductions prompt security alert

The reported deaths of Nabeeha Al-Kadriyar, who was kidnapped along with 22 others in the Bwari Area of Abuja, and 13-year-old Folasade Ariyo, who was abducted alongside eleven oth...


Petrobras invests in oil sector

Following the signature of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on joint business opportunities in the upstream with Shell in March 2023, on 27 December Brazil's state-controlled oi...


Tinubu risks overplaying his hand

Career-politician President Tinubu's espousal of business-friendly economics could cost him support this year

As the President's lengthy convoy snaked its way through the bustling streets of Isale-Eko (Lagos Island), where he was to attend the last Friday prayers of the year at a mosque, t...


Sonko's long walk to the ballot box

The leading oppositionist could still be barred from running in next month's presidential elections

The suspense continues. On 5 January, the Constitutional Court will rule on statements from 13 parliamentarians in support of the presidential candidacy of Ousmane Sonko, leader of...


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