Nigeria’s top search engine, Google, recently launched a new service called “Niger News”.
The service lets you search for news related to Nigeria and the African continent.
The service is based on the Google News service, which has been around for several years and is considered a top news destination in the country.
It was launched in early 2017.
Google’s new service is a free service for Nigerians.
The company has partnered with local journalists to make it easier for Nigeris to access news and information on topics such as terrorism, health and crime.
It’s important to note that the news content offered in the new service has not been approved by the Nigerian government.
This is because Google is not yet a news provider in Nigeria.
According to the Nigerian Press Association, the service is designed to promote “a healthy atmosphere for media, including the internet”.
However, it is not clear what specific news content will be included in the service.
“There’s no official information yet,” an official at Google Nigeria told TechCrunch.
“We’re still evaluating the news that’s been reported on this service, so we can’t share that information right now.”
According a Google spokesperson, the new Nigerian service will allow Nigerians to search for local news stories.
It will not allow Nigeris searching for news from other regions or countries.
While the new Nigeria service has been launched, Google’s search engine is not the only way to find Nigerian news.
Google also offers Nigeria-specific news, as well as news from countries that Google has not yet partnered with.
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The name is a reference to the fact that Nigeria is home to the majority of the country’s population of roughly 1.2 billion people.
Google is also known for its push for the creation of the Global Google, which seeks to help build a global search engine for information.
A number of news sites have accused Google of abusing its platform to create fake news.
Some Nigerian news outlets have also claimed that Google is using Nigerian-language search results as a way to boost its popularity.
Earlier this year, Google announced a new partnership with local media to increase local content.
The deal included a $300 million investment in local media.