Askew Is First Black Woman To Lead West Point Cadet

MSN News, NY: Simone Askew is making history as the first black woman to lead the Long Grey Line at the U.S. Military Academy. But first, she's joining a long, grimy line of cadets ending basic training with a traditional 12-mile (19-kilometer) march Monday. The 20-year-old international history major from Fairfax, Virginia, assumes duties this... Continue Reading →

Nigeria Foreign Affairs Ministry Speaks on Search At United Nations Premises in Maiduguri

Federal government reiterates commitment to respect and safeguard diplomatic status of the united nations personnel and property in Nigeria, after Maiduguri incident. The federal government of Nigeria regrets the incident that took place on Friday, August 11, at the United Nations premises in Maiduguri and recognizes its obligations under international humanitarian law and principles which... Continue Reading →

Where President Buhari Places Relationship With China

Presidential spokesman, Mr Femi Adesina, says the relationship between Nigeria and China is one that President Muhammadu Buhari cherishes and values highly. Mr Adesina stated this when he received in audience the Vice Minister of Information of State Council, People’s Republic of China, Mr Guo Weimin who was on an official visit to Nigeria. The... Continue Reading →

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