Thursday, June 13, 2024


March 23, 2022

U.S., UK settle steel, aluminium tariffs dispute

When Mr Biden took office over a year ago, he promised to mend relations with U.S. allies that were damaged under Mr Trump.

Trump and Biden
February 25, 2022

Ukraine Crisis: Canada cancels $700 million in export permits to Russia

The Canadian government announced additional sanctions on Thursday, targeting 58 individuals and entities, including members of the Russian elite and major Russian banks.

Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau and Russian President Vladimir Putin
September 21, 2021

Boko Haram: U.S. seizes Nigeria’s $6.1 million as illegal arms contractor pleads guilty

The deal came as 2015 general elections loomed and President Goodluck Jonathan appeared desperate to rout out Boko Haram elements and boost his re-election efforts.

Biden, Buhari
June 18, 2021

Nigeria excluded from U.S.’ $91 million COVID-19 response fund to Africa

Peoples Gazette had earlier reported that Nigeria lost $40.6 billion alone to insecurity in 2020.

Biden, Buhari
June 5, 2021

Nigeria’s Twitter ban sends a poor message to investors: U.S.

Many Western missions in Nigeria such as Sweden, Canada and Britain have earlier condemned Abuja’s action.

Biden, Buhari
January 6, 2021

Protesters storm U.S. Capitol, halt Biden’s confirmation debate

The Capitol police are having a torrid time trying to contain the threats of protesters trying to break into the chambers.

US Capitol protest