What next for Nigerian returnees who fled South Africa in the wake of xenophobia?
A hundred and eighty-seven Nigerians arrived in the country past nine local time on Wednesday, as the first evacuation flight by Air Peace landed. The airline which says it has budgeted around n300 million for the exercise and will be working with the Nigerian government to ensure every Nigerian willing to leave South Africa is taken home.
Bank of Industry offers financial support to Nigerians who fled xenophobic attacks
While waiting for the first batch of Nigerian returnees from South Africa after recent hostilities to foreign nationals in the rainbow nation. To share some plans to resettle the returnees and more, Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for more.
An in-depth analysis of 100 days of president Buhari's 2nd term
Friday, September 7th marked 100 days of President Muhammadu Buhari's second term in office, since his inauguration on the 29th of May. To review the Presidents performance so far, Business and Investment Consultant, Vincent Nwani joins CNBC Africa for more.
Moment protesters stormed U.K High Commission in Abuja over $9.6bn judgement
Group known as Coalition of Civil Society Groups (CCSG) has stormed the United Kingdom, UK high commission in Abuja to protest against the controversial $9.6bn judgement in favour of the Process and Industrial Developments, P&ID.
Nigerian election tribunal to give judgement on PDP case, here’s what to expect
A big day for democracy in Nigeria, as the country awaits with bated breath today's ruling by the Presidential election petitions tribunal on the case filed by the Peoples’ Democratic Party's (PDP) Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar challenging the outcome of the February presidential elections. For this discussion, Eze Onyekpere Lead director of Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) joins CNBC Africa for more.