Nigerian women struggle to raise children born of Libya rape | AFP

Joy is one of the over 14,000 Nigerians who have flown back on chartered planes from Libya under a scheme run by the International Organization for Migration since 2017. Around a third of these are women. In some cases, they travel back home with children born as the result of rape during their time trying to reach Europe.

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Africa Weekly – a round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we meet the Nigerian entrepreneur who is also King of the Fulani people, and we take a look at the country’s music scene and the pop star who’s challenging conventions. Africa Weekly – a round up of news and features

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In Nigeria, ‘Nomadic schools’ educate the Fulani youth | AFP

In the Kachia reserve in central Nigeria, a school for Fulani nomads welcomes more than 800 students. Designed by the Nigerian government in the 1980s, these schools offer access to education for the children of herders.

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Nigerian President Buhari sworn in for second term | AFP

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is sworn in for a second term in office. IMAGES of President Muhammadu Buhari during the ceremony

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Tiwa Savage ‘humbled’ over global music deal

Nigerian singer-songwriter Tiwa Savage says there’s a “revolution going on” in African music and she is “very humbled and excited” to take her music to a worldwide audience. (May 3)

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The most northerly African in the world

Mark Babatunde is a Nigerian who settled down in the coldest place in Russia. He works as a Chinese and English language teacher at a school in Yakutia, Siberia.

Right now he plans to make a series of videos on YouTube to explain how to live (or survive?) in Yakutia — one of the coldest places on the planet.

Would you dare?

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Nigeria: Buhari says election was “free and fair”

Addressing the Nigerian electoral commission, newly re-elected President Muhammadu Buhari declares that the election was “both free and fair.” With ballots counted in all of Nigeria’s 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Buhari triumphed with some 15.2 million votes over his nearest rival Atiku Abubakar, who trailed by nearly four million votes.