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28 Mar 2022
Maize Farmers Association of Nigeria (MAAN) has commended Unity Bank Plc, for its role in facilitating the financing of maize production by smallholder farmers in the country through the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme (ABP).
15 Jul 2021
Medical experts have raised alarm over rise in oral and throat cancers occasioned by abuse of tobacco, smoking, heavy alcohol consumption and indiscriminate oral sex. Oral and throat cancers are part of head and neck cancers.
20 Jun 2021
Operatives of Kaduna Police Command have arrested a suspected bandit along Kudaru forest in Saminaka, Lere Local Council of Kaduna State and intercepted a Volkswagen vehicle and AK47 rifle.

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Governor of Oyo State and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) standard-bearer in the March 11, 2023 governorship election, ‘Seyi Makinde, has said that his administration has been taking decisions based on solid economic principles, noting that it is most particular about strengthening the economy of Saki to enable it to lift the economies of Old Ifedapo and Old Irepo Federal Constituencies.
42 mins ago
Suya noodles are a delicious delicacy that can be easily prepared to quench one's hunger in a matter of a minute. It can be regarded as a nutritious meal because of the vegetables used in garnishing it and can easily be made by all and sundry. Ingredients • One sachet of noodles • Vegetable oil…
2 hours ago
As Nigerians countdown to the presidential polls, which will hold in the next 25 days, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) and Chair of the UN Sustainable Group, Ms Amina J. Mohammed, has warned that Nigeria cannot afford to fail with the 2023 general elections.
2 hours ago
Despite extension of deadline for the circulation of old N1,000, N500 and N200 notes to February 10, bank customers continue to face frustration, as ATMs were largely empty across the country.
2 hours ago
Unless the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) makes a U-turn on its aggressive monetary tightening, the Federal Government may pay as much as N4.65 trillion servicing its debt held by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) this year.