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11 Feb
Executive Director of International Press Institute and former President of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Mr. Lanre Arogundade, has been released, following his arrest by officials of the Department of State Services.
11 Feb
With over 80 million rural dwellers in Nigeria still outside grid-connected electricity, the Federal Government, yesterday, brought on board new faces and re-appointed key figures to tackle the challenge.
11 Feb
Bayelsa State’s advocates of modular refineries have urged the Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to speed up the process of granting licences to enable them to begin operations without delay.
11 Feb
Almost two years after Africa identified its first case of COVID-19, World Health Organisation (WHO) has said if current trends continue, the continent could control the pandemic in 2022, even as it warned that continued vigilance remains crucial.
11 Feb
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), yesterday, confirmed Senate Minority Leader, Eyinnaya Abaribe’s comment that Nnamdi Kanu did not order for Monday sit-at-home in the South East.
11 Feb
It was a bloody scene at the Idi Ape – Iwo Road area of Ibadan, Oyo State, yesterday, when armed robbers attacked bullion vans conveying money.
11 Feb
New Catholic Bishop of Nnewi Diocese in Anambra State, Reverend Jonas Benson Okoye, has canvassed communal service among Anambra people to assist the youths.
11 Feb
Kaduna State High Court has fixed April 4, 2022 to enter definite hearing in the suit by the late General Sani Abacha’s family over the demolition of Durbar Hotel by the Kaduna State government.
11 Feb
Ahead of the International Condoms Day (ICD) on February 13, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has planned safe sex message across the country as part of the campaign to mark the day.
11 Feb
The Civil Rights Realisation and Advancement Network (CRRAN), has asked the Enugu State government to pay N45 million compensation to two traders over the demolition of their shops in Enugu State.
11 Feb
The founder of Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Chief Afe Babalola, yesterday, warned that with the multiplicity of problems bedevilling the country, Nigeria is on the precipice and may collapsed in no distance time.
11 Feb
Insecurity has remained the main challenge confronting European Union (EU) Support and Coordination Projects in Borno State (SCEUBS).

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