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8 May 2016
The three tiers of government in the country have been urged to improve on the current state of health facilities and make health care delivery free for patients ...
8 May 2016
In a bid to ensure that emerging highbrow crimes like killings by herdsmen, kidnapping, ritual killings and terrorism do not take root in Lagos State, the government ...
8 May 2016
Stakeholders on routine immunisation programme in Zamfara State have called for the lifting of embargo on the recruitment of health workers at local council levels in order ...
8 May 2016
The frosty relationship between labour union in Bayelsa State and Governor Seriake Dickson may have deteriorated, as the earlier announced emergency meeting of both parties failed to hold at the weekend.
8 May 2016
Six persons were killed, yesterday, when suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked Korum, Orawua and Gidan Bature communities in Gassol Local Government Council of Taraba State.
8 May 2016
The Rotary Club of Akure City has collaborated with the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Ondo State Command, to curtail causes of accidents on the major highway and particularly in the state capital, Akure.
8 May 2016
Authorities of the Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State, has dissociated the university’s students from a recent statement credited to National Association of Nigerian Students ...
8 May 2016
A group, known as Ondo Development Forum (ODF), has upbraided the senator representing Ondo North in the Senate, Ajayi Borofice, for consistently making efforts to ...
8 May 2016
The President, Youth Wing of Urhobo Progress Union (Ighelle R'Urhobo), Comrade Ovie Igho Anthony, was reportedly abducted Friday night by gunmen.
7 May 2016
Mr Ovie Anthony, President, Youth Wing of the Urhobo Progress Union (UPU), was reported to have been abducted by unknown gunmen. Anthony, according to a source ...
7 May 2016
The Police in Jigawa said they had arrested a 50-year-old man, Haladu Ishaqu, with 1, 055 kilograms of substance suspected to be Sativa Canabis otherwise known as Indian hemp.
6 May 2016
Some returning students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) are facing very tough times at the institution, as they were shut out of the hostels, and had to put up in utterly undignified conditions.

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2 hours ago
The race by the major opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to win 25 states, up from the 13 it currently controls, began yesterday across the country with its shadow governorship elections...
2 hours ago
Former governor of Anambra State and erstwhile presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Peter Obi, yesterday, resigned his membership of the party two days before its presidential primary.
3 hours ago
Ahead of the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA) scheduled for May 22-28, 2022, concerned groups led by Equity International Initiative (EII) have warned Nigeria and other sovereign nations not to sign up to proposed amendment...
3 hours ago
Industry leaders have called on the Federal Government to take swift and deliberate action to cushion the effects of the disruption in the global wheat market on Nigeria’s wheat value chain.
3 hours ago
Medical experts have made recommendations on how to reduce the burden of hypertension in Nigeria as well as identified diets that give best chance of living longer and healthier.