Nigeria News

Would you like to access news/blog content published by sources located in Nigeria?

Code example

# If you'd like to do a POST request then call endpoint:
http://localhost:8070/api/v1/article/getArticles
Body:
            
            {
    "sourceLocationUri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigeria",
    "resultType": "articles",
    "apiKey": "API_KEY"
}
        
# If you'd like instead to do a GET request then call:
http://localhost:8070/api/v1/article/getArticles?sourceLocationUri=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FNigeria&resultType=articles&apiKey=API_KEY

Example of JSON response

Below is an example JSON object that you would receive as the result of the request. You can retrieve also additional properties such as concepts, categories, source details, etc. by specifying additional parameters in the request as described on the documentation page.

            
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        "title": "Gov. Zulum swears in new Borno Commissioners -",
        "body": "Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno on Monday swore in 19 new Commissioners as members of the state Executive Council.\n\nSpeaking at the ceremony in Maiduguri, Zulum congratulated them on their appointment and tasked them to hold regular meetings with stakeholders in their ministries to ensure regular feedback on their activities.\n\n\"These feedback and recommendations should be forwarded through the office of the Secretary to the State Government (SSG),\" he said.\n\nHe also urged them to lead by example by ensuring punctuality at work.\n\nEarlier, the state Chief Judge, Justice Kashim Zanna, represented by Justice Fadawu Umaru, administered the oath of office on the commissioners.\n\nMeanwhile, the SSG Alhaji Usman Jidda has said that the governor has approved the merger of the Ministry of Sports Affairs and Youth Empowerment with that of Poverty Alleviation.\n\nJidda said in a statement in Maiduguri on Monday that Sainna Buba, has been appointed as the commissioner, while Mohammed Arab, has been posted to Ministry of Health. Pogu Lawan, was posted to Ministry of Inter-Governmental Affairs and Special Duties.\n\nOthers included; Isa Haladu, Ministry of Works; Abatcha Ngala, Ministry of Religious Affairs; Mustapha Gubio, Ministry of Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Resettlement; Lawan Wakilbe, Ministry of Education; and Tijjani Goni, Ministry of Water Resources.\n\nAli Mustafa, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources; Sugun Mai-Mele, Ministry for Local Government and Emirates Affairs; Babagana Malumbe, Ministry of Higher Education; Yerima Lawan, Ministry of Trade, Investment and Tourism.\n\nThe rest were Yuguda Saleh, Ministry of Housing and Energy; Abubakar Tijjani, Ministry of Transport; Modu Lawan, Ministry of Animal and Fisheries Development; Adamu Lawan, Ministry of Finance, Budget and Planning; and Kaka-Shehu Lawan, Ministry of Justice.",
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        "title": "Osun 2022: INEC, CSOs partner to sensitize electorate on invalid votes",
        "body": "Ahead of the gubernatorial election in Osun State, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC and Civil Society Organisations met to foster peace and boost inclusive election at the grassroots.\n\nThe objective was also to have a peaceful election, to have an inclusive governorship election and reduce, if not eliminated, invalid votes.\n\nSpeaking at the programme in Osogbo on Monday tagged: 'One-Day Discourse By INEC/CSO For Peaceful Osun Governorship Election', Ndidi Okafor who is the Deputy Director of CSO/INEC said the gathering is tilted towards a peaceful election.\n\n\"But we should educate them so they can make very clear amidst choices. we want to reduce invalid votes.\"\n\nThe commission said it wants to see increased participation of eligible citizens.\n\nThe sensitization would be taken to citizens in Osun State, who have registered and have collected their PVCs.\n\n\"We have come with the message of peace and inclusion, messages to the people not to sell their vote because it's their right. If you sell your vote then you don't have moral rights to make demands anymore from those you elected.\n\n\"You can no longer ask them to be accountable to you, so we have come to the good people of Osun to come out on the election day and peacefully cast their votes. You know the popular words, \"vote, don't fight,\" Election is not a war, \" Ndidi said.\n\nAlso, the INEC Head of Department, of VEP, Lucky Ayoola Balogun, while educating the electorate said there is a need for continuous voters' education in a bid to have desired results.",
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        "title": "2023: Moghalu urges supporters to vote for candidate with same vision",
        "body": "Moghalu contested the presidential ticket of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) but lost to Dumebi Kachikwu, founder of Roots Television.\n\nThe former deputy CBN governor had later resigned his membership of the ADC after accusing the party of corrupting the process for the presidential primary.\n\nIn a statement on Monday, June 27, 2022, Moghalu said he would still be involved in the country's governance process, but through providing contributions to support nation-building.\n\n\"Notwithstanding, I have opted not to be a candidate in this electoral cycle,\" he said.\n\n\"At this time, I have no plans to become a member of any other political party for the purpose of the 2023 general election.\n\n\"For those supporters and the general public who have intended to vote for me as a presidential candidate in the general elections had I emerged as one, I ask you to cast your support and ballot in the 2023 election to the candidate that comes closest to our shared vision of a Nigeria that is secured, united, and prosperous.\n\n\"However, I intend to remain keenly engaged in our country's immediate future, including the elections, with contributions that are appropriate and can be helpful to nation-building.\n\n\"To those who held tickets but resigned from the party in solidarity with me, and who still wish to contest elections, there are alternative avenues that can be explored.\n\n\"The best chance to achieve this vision is under transformative leadership that represents a break from the old political order.\n\nFor them, their children must experience a tomorrow that is much better than what is obtainable today.",
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        "title": "Buhari swears in Ariwoola as Ag CJN, confers GCON on Tanko",
        "body": "President Muhammadu Buhari has sworn-in Justice Olukayode Ariwoola as the Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), following the resignation of Justice Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad on health grounds.\n\nThe short-ceremony was held at the Council Chambers of the State House.\n\nThe President who praised Tanko for his contribution, also conferred on him GCON (Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger).\n\nThe President urged the Judiciary not to fail Nigerians so as not to lose confidence in them.\n\nHe said: \"I want to admonish the Justices of the Supreme Court to always remain faithful and bear true allegiance to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and to remain steadfastly committed to the Oath of Allegiance which they all subscribed to, as contained in the 7th Schedule to the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended).\n\n\"Our Nation is approaching a critical general election in 2023, the Judiciary must not do anything to fail the ordinary people of Nigeria which may make them lose confidence in the Judiciary.\"\n\nBuhari assured the Judiciary that his administration is committed to ensuring the independence of the Judiciary and will not do anything nor take any steps to undermine it independence.\n\n\"We shall uphold the Constitutional provisions on the Rule of Law and the principles of Separation of Powers\", he assured.\n\nPresident Buhari who said he was swearing-in Ariwoola, as nature abhors a vacuum, and being the next most Senior Justice of the Supreme Court, in an Acting Capacity, pursuant to Section 231(4) of the 1999 Constitution (as amended).\n\nAccording to Buhari, Tanko, who was appointed to the Supreme Court in 2006, sworn in on the 8th of January 2007, and became the Chief Justice of Nigeria in acting capacity on 25th January 2019 and became the substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria and Chairman National Judicial Council on Wednesday, 24th July 2019, was scheduled to retire from the Supreme Court on the last day of 2023. \"Unfortunately, as no man is infallible, ill-health has cut short Chief Justice Tanko's leadership of the Nigerian Judiciary at this time.\n\n\"I am therefore constrained to accept his retirement, albeit with mixed-feelings. Much as one may wish that the Chief Justice of Nigeria Muhammed Tanko is able to fully serve his term in office, it presupposes that he is able to perform the functions of the Office without let, hindrance or any form of disability.\n\n\"The instant resignation of Justice Tanko is however envisaged under Section 231(4) of the 1999 Constitution as amended which contain provisions relating to vacancy and the occupant of the Office of Chief Justice of Nigeria being unable to perform the functions of the Office for any reason.\n\n\"Under a constitutional democracy like ours, government powers and responsibilities are clearly allocated and shared among the three tiers; the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary. The three organs must work harmoniously and optimally in accordance with their respective Constitutional mandates.\"\n\nBuhari, noted that Nigeria's Judiciary under the leadership of Tanko, judiciously exercised the Judicial powers of the Federation.\n\n\"His era witnessed several landmark, jurisprudential and policy decisions by the Supreme Court, and by extension other Courts established by the Constitution\", Buhari said.\n\nThe President added that the former CJN dealt firmly with the issue of reckless and indiscriminate grant of ex-parte Orders that was assuming serious dimensions.\n\n\"History will be kind to Justice Tanko Muhammed for his modest contributions to Nigeria's Judiciary, the strengthening of our democracy and national development.\"\n\nBuhari said \"in line with the custom of decorating Chief Justices of Nigeria with the second highest national honour of the Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger, (GCON), and upon the advice of the Council of State in that regard, as his Lordship CJN I. Tanko Muhammed is taking a bow from the Supreme Court, I hereby bestow on him the National Honour of the Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger, (GCON).\"\n\nMeanwhile, Ariwoola has assured that he would not fail Nigerians in his new assignment.\n\nAccording to him, \"What Nigerians expect from me is to comply, preserve and abide and protect the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. And so be it. That is what I will do especially with the cooperation of my brother Justices of the Supreme Court. We shall not fail Nigerians.\"\n\nOn how he intends to handle the controversy in the Supreme Court, he said: \"There is no controversy in the Supreme Court. We are one with the Chief Justice. That's why you heard the President said His Lordship, is disengaging on the grounds of ill-health. No controversy we're one.\"\n\nAsked about the welfare issues raised in the letter addressed to the former CJN, he said: \"It was an internal memo of the court. It was not a petition. It was not a letter. It was addressed by the brother Justices of the Chief Justice and presented to him, His Lordship directly. There were issues to be resolved amongst justices.\"\n\nAsked if those issues would be resolved under his leadership, he said: \"Yeah, we've started resolving it.\"",
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        "body": "Pan Yoruba socio-political organisation Afenifere has charged the Federal Government to give its nod to the establishment of state police forces to stem rising insecurity in the country, especially in Southern Nigeria.\n\nIn a statement on Monday signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Jare Ajayi, the organisation lamented that the security infractions going on in Southern Nigeria in recent times have become too many and could lead to an upsurge in internally displaced people if not checked.\n\n\"There is no other way, reports of armed attacks on communities, religious places, farmlands and sometimes homes occur almost every week if not daily in different parts of the country. Such used to be restricted to the North, the North East especially. But today, it has spread even to the South which used to be safe. The federal and state governments, as well as security agencies, must put a halt to the hike in insecurity breaches to prevent the establishment of camps for the Internally Displaced People in the South as has been happening in parts of the North,\" the statement read.\n\nThe organisation charged governors of states in the South to unite as a bloc and take the issue of state policing to the Presidency if the 36 state governors cannot agree on the subject.\n\n\"From all indications, state governors have a lot of clout because the constitution invests them with a lot of powers. They should, as chief security officers of their respective states, impress it on the powers that be in Abuja that the country is now in such a serious crossroads security-wise that they must be allowed to take the bull by the horn. They can do this by having state police. If the governors in all the 36 states of the country could not agree on this matter, governors in the South should go to Abuja to get this done as there is no other way,\" Afenifere stated.",
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        "body": "Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has declared his support for Zamfara State Governor, Bello Matawalle on his approach to tackle insecurity in his state.\n\nAkeredolu, in a statement signed by Senior Special Assistant(Special Duties & Strategy), Dr. Doyin Odebowale, commended Matawalle on his boldness to face insecurity headlong in his state.\n\nThe statement reads in parts: \"The Governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, commends the boldness of his brother Governor, Bello Matawalle, in his bid to confront the security challenges in his State, adopting a pragmatic approach.\n\n\"The Government and the people of Zamfara State have been pushed to the wall. The feeling of despondency is pervasive in the land. We must, however, advise caution. The directive of the State Governor to the Commissioner of Police to issue licenses to qualified citizens to bear arms in the defense of their immediate environments and the State, in general, is commendable.\n\n\"But the NSA and Inspector General of Police may have to issue license to possess a certain category of arms. No such licenses have been issued to individuals since 2007 while those which existed had been revoked. Therefore, this directive, attractive and compelling in the current circumstances, may be stifled by existing federal arrangements.\n\n\"The Governor notes, with great concern, the continued refusal by the Federal Government to grant licenses to security outfits, run by some States, to bear sophisticated firearms capable of restraining, effectively, acts of criminality and brazen impunity with commensurate responses.\n\n\" The deliberate policy of the Federal Government to deny exigent regional security outfits of the rights to bear firearms, when it is evident that the security agencies in the country are overwhelmed and distracted by centrifugal forces, is a major factor, among many, exacerbating the current security challenges in the country.\n\n\"A federal system of government cannot be administered as if the country is a unitary colony, controlled, rigidly, at the centre, while the constituent units are treated as mere outposts.\n\n\"This fact, coupled with the logic of divergence and rapid growth in population, imposes no other practicable measure on the managers of this country, including our legislators, than to accept the inevitability of the establishment of a State Police.\"",
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We will like to see the coming elections going peacefully and accepted in all parts of Nigerians. With the APC in power, you have a very important role to play. We will like to emphasize that the UN is with you and supporting you.\n\n\"And as you know West Africa and the Ecowas used to be a good example of democracy but it is now going through challenges. So West Africa needs good examples. And if the example is coming from a big country like Nigeria, I'm sure this Example will impact positively in the whole region.\n\n\"As I like to say, when Nigeria sneezes, the entire region catches a cold. So we like and hope that Nigeria stays in good health and be the locomotive for other regions and this is why we will expect the APC to support peaceful elections. Thank you very much for welcoming our delegation and we hope to come back to celebrate the peaceful elections.\"\n\nIn his remarks, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu represented by the Party's Deputy National Chairman (North), Sen. Abubakar Kyari assured that the party and Nigeria will deliver a peaceful election, based on the rule of law.\n\nHe noted however that the envoy is overseeing a region that is in turmoil, buffeted on all sides by multifaceted problems including terrorism, desertification, problem arising from population explosion etc.\n\n\"Since his appointment as SRSG he has been grappling with various issues confronting his office which include the multidimensional and protracted conflicts in Mali and Burkina Faso, the ravages of climate change in West Africa and the Sahel, the problems of terrorism in the region, issue related to population explosion in the region, the forceful change in governments in some West African states, as well as the complex issues involved in achieving sustainable development in the region through the implementation of the UN's Agenda 2030\".\n\nThe Party also notes the work of the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General as encompassing various elements of the United Nations mandate more especially in areas such as achieving sustainable development in accordance with the principles of the Sustainable Development Goals or Agenda 2030. This is a critical vehicle towards the achievement of various other human development targets and goals including peace and security, addressing the impacts of climate change in Africa, especially in the Sahel region and the Lake Chad Basin, and advancing the rights of women and young people, combating desertification, and preventing illegal migration from West Africa to other parts of the world.\n\n\"We commend the SRSG for his work in all these areas particularly in addressing the subject of women, peace and security in West Africa and the Sahel region where women have been exposed to egregious violence and human rights abuses of various sorts.\n\n\"We wish to inform the SRSG that the APC is poised to go into the general elections in the country with a commitment to observing the rule of law and intend to participate peacefully. Bring the ruling Party and one with the largest number of registered members numbering 43 million people, the APC has every stake in the orderly and peaceful conduct of the elections across Nigeria.\n\n\"The APC considers the gubernatorial election that recently took place in Ekiti State as a referendum and a vote of confidence in the Party and a pointer to 2023 when the Party hopes to form the government in the center and also in most of the states across the six geopolitical zones of the country.\n\n\"The APC to assures the entire UN body through the SRSG that the APC is committed to the ideals of democratic governance and observance of rule of law in all its undertakings, and shall continue to apply them diligently while canvassing for votes and while it forms the next national government in 2023.\n\n\"APC is pleased to inform you of the progress made in Nigeria, especially in the area of infrastructure development since the APC came into power in 2015. 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