Nigeria slides back into recession

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Nigeria slides back into recession

Africa's largest economy has slipped into recession for the second time in five years, registering record-breaking unemployment figures. But it's not all doom and gloom, as some analysts see the recent news of a working vaccine showing some light at the end of the tunnel. Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has given TPLF forces deployed in the northern region of Tigray the country a seventy-two hours ultimatum to surrender, as government troops advance on the capital, Mekelle. World football's governing body, FIFA, has banned the head of the game in Africa for five years. We find out why
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Africa's largest economy has slipped into recession for the second time in five years, registering record-breaking unemployment figures. But it's not all doom and gloom, as some analysts see the recent news of a working vaccine showing some light at the end of the tunnel. Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has given TPLF forces deployed in the northern region of Tigray the country a seventy-two hours ultimatum to surrender, as government troops advance on the capital, Mekelle. World football's governing body, FIFA, has banned the head of the game in Africa for five years. We find out why
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