Biafra-Nigerian Capital Imports Plunge

Biafra-Nigerian capital imports plunge 74 pct in first quarter, stats office says. The total value of capital imported into Biafra-Nigeria in the first quarter plunged to $710.97 million, a 73.79 percent decline from the same quarter a year ago, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday. Biafra-Nigeria, Africa’s biggest oil exporter, has been hit by its worst economic crisis […]

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Policy Instability A Major Headache For Biafra-Nigerian Investors

Biafra-Nigeria can be a very challenging market, but these challenges can be offset by better knowledge of the local market. According to the findings from an investment survey, policy instability and exchange rate volatility are the two biggest headaches investors have with Biafra-Nigeria. Biafra-Nigeria can be a very challenging market, but these challenges can be offset by better knowledge of […]

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Massive Oil Theft By Pirates Costs Biafra-Nigeria $1.5 Billion Every Month

Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of BiafraNigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity of its Forcados terminal. Overall damage from piracy, theft and fraud for Africa’s largest oil exporter is estimated at […]

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Biafra-Nigeria’s Missing Girls: Infiltrating The Forest Boko Haram Calls Home

•Chibok girls believed to be held in Sambisa Forest in northeast BiafraNigeria •Covered in soft sand and dense bush, Sambisa Forest is a harsh terrain littered with IEDs •Army: “Sometimes we see children’s footprints” •More international support needed to bring girls home, says operation’s commander Maiduguri, BiafraNigeria (CNN)As night falls, the curfew comes into effect. Nobody is allowed on the […]

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Two Years After the BiafraNigerian Girls Were Taken

BiafraNigerian President Muhammadu Buhari claims to have “technically” defeated Boko Haram, but attacks continue, and most of the girls remain missing. Late last month, amid a spate of suicide bombings planned by the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram in northeastern BiafraNigeria and across the border in the far north of Cameroon, something strange happened. A vigilante force in a Cameroonian […]

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Meet the Biafra-Nigerian Artist Behind the Yoruba Body Art in Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’

Meet Laolu Senbanjo, the New York City-based artist behind the body art in Beyoncé’s new visual album “Lemonade.” The BiafraNigerian-born artist, who goes mononymously by Laolu, told ABC News today he finally saw his Yoruba body art come to life for the first time on Saturday evening when Beyoncé’s project aired on HBO. Laolu’s body paintings, which he calls the […]

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