Nigerians, Americans, Britons, and citizens of 18 other countries lost over $4.1 billion to cyber scam, identity theft, Internet romance scam, business email compromise, and other fraudulent activities in 2020. The Internet Crime Complaint Centre of the Federal Bureau of Investigation said the fraudsters also targeted the Coronavirus Aid Relief, and
COVID-19: Vacccines, debt relief key to Afrca's recovery - AFDB President The President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina, has called for fair access to COVID-19 vaccines for Africans and said debt relief would help African economies recover faster and better from the pandemic. Speaking on February 8 at a virtual
In previous pandemics African countries have had to wait for vaccinations and analysts fear it could happen againMany are banking on Covax, while Beijing has also said it will make its vaccines available as a ‘public good’ By Jevans Nyabiage African countries are expected to be last in the queue for Covid-19
A new survey shows that international opinion of China has dropped as governments continue to apply diplomatic pressure. By Amy Mackinnon, Darcy Palder and Colum Lynch Public attitudes toward China have turned sharply sour over the past year, according to a new report published on Tuesday by the Pew Research Center, amid widespread
When the coronavirus crisis is over, China will be forced to embrace a less ambitious future. By Salvatore Babones Seen from afar, China’s current all-fronts offensive gives the impression of a rising power on the march. China is simultaneously starting a border skirmish with India, militarizing the South China Sea, cracking down
Senator Iroegbu A justice sector-focused Non-Government Organisation, CLEEN Foundation, has expressed concern that the critical voices of women, religious leaders, youths, civil society organisations and persons living with disabilities are missing in the current membership of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on Covid-19 pandemic. The Executive Director of CLEEN Foundation, Mr.
•Warns of looming danger if school goes ahead with plan against FG's directive •Calls on authorities to halt action Senator Iroegbu A concerned parent, has raised the alarm over the decision by Veritas University, Abuja, to reopen school in violation of Federal Government's directive and advisory by the Presidential Task Force (PTF)