Niger -  A landlocked country in West Africa, on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert; population 15,306,300 (est. 2009); capital, Niamey; languages, French (official), Hausa, and other West African languages

Niger - A landlocked country in West Africa, on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert; population 15,306,300 (est. 2009); capital, Niamey; languages, French (official), Hausa, and other West African languages

Austin Laz Capital Hotel Niger Insurance Resort Savings Sovereign Trust risk NSE hammer

Austin Laz Capital Hotel Niger Insurance Resort Savings Sovereign Trust risk NSE hammer

Bamako, the capital of Mali, is supposed to be one of Africa's fastest growing cities. They have a large market, a zoo and a national park!

Bamako, the capital of Mali, is supposed to be one of Africa's fastest growing cities. They have a large market, a zoo and a national park!

Country: Niger / Capital: Niamey

Country: Niger / Capital: Niamey

1. Grand Mosque of Niamey One of the places to visit in Niger is the Grand Mosque of Niamey. This Islamic mosque is located in Niamey, the capital city of Niger. The funding of the Government of Libya helped complete this mosque in 1970. It may be a bit crowded on Fridays as this is the day for prayers for all Muslims. However, there is no problem even if you’re not a devout. Everyone is allowed to marvel this Islamic structure regardless of their faith. It also has more than 171 steps…

1. Grand Mosque of Niamey One of the places to visit in Niger is the Grand Mosque of Niamey. This Islamic mosque is located in Niamey, the capital city of Niger. The funding of the Government of Libya helped complete this mosque in 1970. It may be a bit crowded on Fridays as this is the day for prayers for all Muslims. However, there is no problem even if you’re not a devout. Everyone is allowed to marvel this Islamic structure regardless of their faith. It also has more than 171 steps…

Bandera de Níger

Bandera de Níger

Hon. Salihu Shadafu Adamu a House of Representatives member representing the Bosso/Paiko federal constituency in Niger State narrowly escaped death on Monday April 3 when aggrieved youths in his constituency beat him to a point of coma.  The federal lawmaker who sustained serious injuries was admitted at a private medical hospital in the Tunga area of the state capital before being taken for further medical attention in Kaduna State. The vehicle in which he was travelling was also damaged by…

Hon. Salihu Shadafu Adamu a House of Representatives member representing the Bosso/Paiko federal constituency in Niger State narrowly escaped death on Monday April 3 when aggrieved youths in his constituency beat him to a point of coma. The federal lawmaker who sustained serious injuries was admitted at a private medical hospital in the Tunga area of the state capital before being taken for further medical attention in Kaduna State. The vehicle in which he was travelling was also damaged by…

Zuma Rock, Nigeria  Check Phoneplus rate to Nigeria http://www.phoneplus.com/en/country/mobile/iphone/cheap_call_to_nigeria_from_united-kingdom/ng_gb_gbp

Zuma Rock, Nigeria Check Phoneplus rate to Nigeria http://www.phoneplus.com/en/country/mobile/iphone/cheap_call_to_nigeria_from_united-kingdom/ng_gb_gbp

POLITICAL DRAMA: I Don't Belong In The Mud You Cannot Drag Me There- Fayemi Tells Fayose

POLITICAL DRAMA: I Don't Belong In The Mud You Cannot Drag Me There- Fayemi Tells Fayose

Third grader Mariama Morou lives in Kosseye Satom, a village 15 kilometers from Niamey, the capital of Niger. Today she is helping her mother with household chores, because her teacher did not show up. Absenteeism among teachers is very common in Niger. Although the number of girls attending primary school has currently reached 80 percent, only 25 percent continue their studies into secondary school. According to a 2012 demographic study by the Ministry of Public Health, more than 75 percent…

Third grader Mariama Morou lives in Kosseye Satom, a village 15 kilometers from Niamey, the capital of Niger. Today she is helping her mother with household chores, because her teacher did not show up. Absenteeism among teachers is very common in Niger. Although the number of girls attending primary school has currently reached 80 percent, only 25 percent continue their studies into secondary school. According to a 2012 demographic study by the Ministry of Public Health, more than 75 percent…

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