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Day: October 21, 2019

FG Reiterates Commitment To Tackle Poverty, Hunger

no responses. October 21, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

FG Reiterates Commitment To Tackle Poverty, Hunger


FG Reiterates Commitment To Tackle Poverty, Hunger

As part of activities to mark the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty’ the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Hajiya Sadiya […]

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Round-table Discussion Beams Searchlight On Abuse,Violence Against Boy Child

no responses. October 21, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Round-table Deliberation Beams Searchlight On Abuse,Violence Against Boy Child


Round-table Deliberation Beams Searchlight On Abuse,Violence Against Boy Child

Child abuse or child maltreatment is physical, sexual, and/or psychological maltreatment or neglect of a child or children, especially by a parent or a caregiver. Child […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 Mimi Dogo

Monday Motivation- A Winner Has Scars, Embrace your Struggles


Monday Motivation- A Winner Has Scars, Embrace your Struggles

Imagine you got what you want every time, without hard work, struggle or challenges. Imagine you got everything you wanted without any pain, setbacks and failures. […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 Enuwa Ochai

NCC Approves Airtel’s Move To Bar Incoming Calls From Globacom Network


NCC Approves Airtel’s Move To Bar Incoming Calls From Globacom Network

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has granted Airtel Networks Limited an approval to partially disconnect Globacom from its network. The regulatory agency said the approval was because of […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 Elizabeth David

2020 budget: Nigeria Football Federation To Purchase Trucks With N18million


2020 budget: Nigeria Football Federation To Purchase Trucks With N18million

The Nigeria Football Federation has proposed to spend N1, 077,610,395 in the 2020 fiscal year. This was contained in the budget estimates submitted by President Muhammadu […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 KEVIN NWABUEZE

Eight Killed In Chile Protests Against Metro Price Hikes


Eight Killed In Chile Protests Against Metro Price Hikes

Report says, the death toll in Chile rose to eight on Sunday amid demonstrations against a rise in metro fares that turned violent. According tp reports, […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 KEVIN NWABUEZE

Escaped Kano Lion Captured, Returned To Cage


Escaped Kano Lion Captured, Returned To Cage

The Management of Kano Zoological Garden said the escaped lion in its custody has finally been captured and returned to its cage. The Managing Director of […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 KEVIN NWABUEZE

President Buhari Off To Sochi For Russia-Africa Summit


President Buhari Off To Sochi For Russia-Africa Summit

President Muhammadu Buhari will today depart Abuja for Sochi, Russia, to attend a three-day Russia-Africa Summit holding from October 23 to 26. The summit focuses on […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 Elizabeth David

Japan’s Dream Rugby World Cup Campaign Ended By South Africa


Japan’s Dream Rugby World Cup Campaign Ended By South Africa

Japan’s exhilarating Rugby World Cup run came to an end with a 26-3 defeat by South Africa in Tokyo. The host nation took the tournament by […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 Enuwa Ochai

Niger Youths Protest Against Dilapidated Minna-Suleja, Minna-Bida Roads


Niger Youths Protest Against Dilapidated Minna-Suleja, Minna-Bida Roads

Hundreds of youths early Monday morning blocked the Minna-Suleja and the Minna-Bida roads in Niger State protesting against the dilapidated state of the federal highways. The […]

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no responses. October 21, 2019 Elizabeth David

Ex-referee, Clattenburg Speaks On Man Utd, Liverpool Tie


Ex-referee, Clattenburg Speaks On Man Utd, Liverpool Tie

Former Premier League referee, Mark Clattenburg, has reacted to some of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) decisions, made during Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Liverpool on […]

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China

no responses. October 21, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

China Bans African Students From Worshiping In Churches To Prevent ‘Foreign Infiltration’


China Bans African Students From Worshiping In Churches To Prevent ‘Foreign Infiltration’

The Chinese government has banned African international students from worshiping in Christian churches under the pretext of “preventing foreign infiltration through religion,” a persecution watchdog group […]

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Doctors Without Borders Seeks Urgent Government Funding For Safer Mining Practices In Nigeria

no responses. October 21, 2019 Modupe.aduloju

Doctors Without Borders Seeks Urgent Government Funding For Safer Mining Practices In Nigeria


Doctors Without Borders Seeks Urgent Government Funding For Safer Mining Practices In Nigeria

Lead Poisoning Reduced with Safer Mining Practices in Nigeria -New Report A pilot program to introduce safer mining practices in Nigerian gold mining communities has reduced […]

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