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3 Jun
May is a month of restoration. It is a month of awakening. To those who have preoccupied themselves with what can be called the characteristics of each month, it is, like April, a month of lightning and thunder.
April Fools' Day
1 Apr 2020
Every April 1 is celebrated as April Fools' Day but this year some countries have warned their citizens against making April Fool's Day pranks that are related to coronavirus. Countries like Thailand and India threaten jail time for those who go ahead with such an expensive joke amid the coronavirus pandemic. This move is in…
18 Jun 2018
Another round of strike looms in the health sector following the enforcement of “No Work, No Pay” policy and non-payment of April and May, 2018 salaries of members of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU). The Guardian gathered that a letter signed by the National Chairman of JOHESU, Josiah Biobelemoye, and the National Secretary, Florence…
8 Apr 2015
THE March 28 Presidential election outcome has thrown up an interesting dimension to the nation’s march towards greatness. The people now have the ability to vote in, and vote out a president as they wish. It has shut the doors against the traditional political rabble-rousers who decimated the socio-political environment for their selfish advantage. The presidential poll has put forward a cream of Progressives that are expected to give Nigerians a clean break from the past and usher in a more robust positive change laden with economic growth and prosperity at the federal level.
4 Apr 2015
Senate Minority Leader, Dr. Goerge Akume has said the All Progressive Party, APC in Benue is all set for the April 11 governorship election and House of Assembly, and would not allow the PDP to return power in the state.

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An Indian gang operated a fake police station from a hotel for eight months where they dressed up as officers and are believed to have extorted money from hundreds of people, an official said Thursday.
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Sri Lanka police fired tear gas and water cannon on a small protest Thursday to break up the first demonstration since the crisis-hit island nation lifted a state of emergency.
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The authorities of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) have distanced the agency from alleged scams in petrol subsidies running into trillions of naira in the country. FIRS Executive Chairman, Mr Mohammed Nami who appeared before the Ibrahim Al-Mustapha Aliyu-led Adhoc Committee probing into the petroleum subsidy regime explained that the role of his outfit…
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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has said that Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State did not stop the sit-at-home order in the state. It said Uzodinma could not stop the sit-at-home order because he did not initiate it. Emma Powerful, the spokesperson of IPOB, said the group cancelled the sit-at-home order on the advice…
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Efforts to end open defecation in Nigeria by 2025 received a boost, Wednesday, with the approval of measures to accelerate access to Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) by the Clean Nigeria Steering Committee headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. A meeting of the committee presided over by Prof Osinbajo virtually, approved prayers contained in the…