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It's now official : The Nigerian chef Hilda Baci set a new global record for the longest hours nonstop cooking as she toiled in the kitchen for 100 hours.
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It could be days before official election result announced in Nigeria
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Officials begin to count votes in Nigerian presidential election
In Africa's most densely populated country with a total of 220 million people, 87 million are eligible to vote. Nigeria's elections are taking place under tight security measures. Armed militias are active in some parts of the country, including the jihadist Boko Haram.
Anime in Africa: Fans gather for Nigeria's second ever anime festival
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The Norwegian Foreign Ministry reached out to Twitter support and asked them to fix the error.
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"Music as a weapon": Paris honours Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti
The Paris Philharmonic is devoting an immersive exhibition to the Nigerian musician Fela Kuti, inventor of Afrobeat in the 1970s, who "had a real love affair with France."
Floods in Nigeria threaten liquified natural gas supplies to Europe
Nigerian gas company Nigeria LNG declared force majeure because of widespread flooding that has disrupted supply, a spokesman for the company said.
Nigerian city celebrates its abundance of twins with annual festival
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