Nigeria’s displaced camps set up hygiene stations | AFP

Around the Nigerian capital of Maiduguri, hundreds of thousands of displaced people are crammed into government-controlled camps or huddled in makeshift shelters at unofficial locations. A few hygiene facilities have been put in place at camps’ entrances.

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Al menos 15 muertos por explosión en Lagos, Nigeria

Al menos 15 muertos por explosión en Lagos, Nigeria

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Deadly gas explosion rocks residential neighbourhood in Lagos | AFP

A deadly gas explosion has torn through a residential neighbourhood in Lagos, Nigeria, killing at least 15 people and toppling dozens of nearby buildings including a school. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation says the explosion was caused by a truck collision with gas bottles stacked beside a gas processing plant.

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Images of hospital where Nigeria coronavirus case is being treated | AFP

Images of the Infectious Diseases Control Hospital in Lagos, Nigeria’s economic hub, where the confirmed case of the new coronavirus, an Italian citizen, is being treated. IMAGES

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Nigeria confirms coronavirus case, first in sub-Saharan Africa | AFP

Nigerian Health Minister Osagie Ehanire says the first case of the novel coronavirus has been confirmed in Lagos, during a press conference in Abuja.

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Paris cheers Naomi Campbell and Nigeria’s rising fashion star | AFP

Nigerian fashion designer Kenneth Ize makes a storming Paris fashion week debut with his “fairy godmother”, supermodel Naomi Campbell, closing the show.

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A round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly we begin in northwestern Nigeria, where gold mining continues despite an attempted ban by the government, risk of lead poisoning and the constant threat of armed groups. Then we head to South Africa’s Kalahari region where extreme drought is driving down tourism and forcing employers to cut jobs.

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This week on Africa Weekly, we go to Zamfara in northwestern Nigeria, where local citizens in defence militias have reached a peace deal to end decades of conflict. Then, we head to Ethiopia, where the government’s efforts are failing to create jobs and prop up the manufacturing sector. We also take a look at the headlines from around the continent this week.

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Gold miners face dangerous life in Nigeria’s ‘bandit’ country | AFP

Last April the Nigerian government attempted to introduce a ban on mining in the northwest of the county in a bid to curb conflict over natural resources. But in the state of Zamfara, where gold mining is one of the only viable livelihoods for the locals, many mines continue to operate, despite the lack of safety measures, the risk of lead poisoning and the constant threat of armed groups. N°1NQ07WN°1OJ9CG

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Nigerians turn to traditional brew as economy staggers | AFP

High intake of local brewed beer ‘Burukutu’ in North Central Nigeria is increasingly on the rise and this is a source of worry to the big producers of the conventional beers in Nigeria. In Benue, the looming economic crisis due to delayed payment of worker salaries and high rate of unemployment has forced many to abandon conventional beer for the local brewed, burukutu. They believe it is economically cheap compared to the conventional but expensive beer. In local Burukutu joint in Makurdi, Benue state capital, a litre of Burukutu is being sold for as low as one hundred naira compared to the conventional beer of that volume which cost almost triple the price.

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Peace talks bring fragile truce in Nigeria ‘bandit’ conflict | AFP

In Zamfara, northwest Nigeria, armed groups nicknamed ‘the bandits’ and local citizens’ defence militias have been engaged in a violent conflict for decades. Now, it would appear that a peace deal has been reached. But while members on both sides are showing signs of optimism, many civilians caught in the crossfire of the conflict are still afraid to leave the displacement camps that they fled to in their thousands, wary of a return to hostilities. N°1NL5AMN°1NO0XP

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A roundup of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we head to Madagascar where anger is building over plans to relocate part of Madagascar’s choked capital to emerald-green farmland. Then we go to Nigeria where the UN has announced an epidemic of substance abusers, who have very little – if any – access to treatment.

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Blind singer goes from streets to stardom in north Nigeria | AFP

Yahaya Usman, known by his stage name “Yahaya Mahako” (Mahako means blind in Hausa), went from being a beggar to a famous singer in northern Nigeria. After losing his sight to measles when he was 3, he was sent away from his village and was told street begging was his only means to survive. He discovered his talent for singing on the street but faced years of discrimination, until he met a wealthy man who helped him achieve his dream.

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A round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly we head to Lesotho where a plan to make it legal to grow medical marijuana has pushed out small scale farmers and led to drug smuggling. Then we move to Nigeria, where more than 14,000 young Nigerians who went looking for a better life abroad have been repatriated since 2017 and have struggled to reintegrate upon their return.

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Nigerian police rescue hundreds from another ‘torture house’ Koranic school | AFP

Police in northern Nigeria rescue over 300 young men from an Islamic boarding school where they were chained and sexually abused, the second such operation in a month. The raid comes after some students escaped the school on Sunday and revealed the barbaric conditions they were living in

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Twinning celebrated in Igbo Ora, Nigeria’s ‘twins capital’ | AFP

With the highest concentration of twins in Nigeria, Igbo Ora is the nation’s self-proclaimed twin capital. According to popular belief, this is due to the diet of the women of the region, and in particular “ilasa”, a dish made from yam and gombola leaf soup. For the second time in its history, the city is organizing the “World Twins Festival”, where twins from Igbo Ora and elsewhere gather to celebrate their existence.

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Over 300 abused students freed from Nigerian ‘Islamic school’ | AFP

In Kaduna, Nigeria, a police commissioner says that children freed from a purported ‘Islamic school’ had been ‘dehumanised’. Police say more than 300 male students were rescued, many of whom had been tortured and sexually abused.

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A round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly we head to Nigeria, where 100 elephants living in the Omo Forest are under threat from deforestation. Then we head to Nairobi’s National museum where the bone structure of a previously unknown prehistoric carnivore has been rediscovered in the bowels of the museum – a long-forgotten discovery in this treasure trove of a museum.

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