Tuesday, 28th November 2023
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Convention on Rights

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The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said that for 13 consecutive years, the Nigerian government failed to submit a report on the status of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) to the Committee on CRC.


An elevator carrying workers to the surface at a giant South African platinum mine plunged out of control killing 11 and injuring 75, the mine operators said Tuesday. Impala Platinum said the "devastating accident" happened on Monday at its Rustenburg mine, northwest of Johannesburg, as more than 80 employees were leaving a shaft at the…
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Hurricane force winds and snowfall have left 10 people dead and 23 people injured in Ukraine, piling pressure on emergency services and an energy grid already burdened by Russia's invasion.
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has alerted Nigerians about the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) Debit Card swapping fraud. EFCC issued this warning in a statement signed by spokesperson, Dele Oyewale, with the Commission inundated with barrage of complaints from well-meaning Nigerians concerning unauthorized withdrawals from their bank accounts. Oyewale in the statement said…
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The Federal Executive Council (FEC), yesterday, approved a total expenditure of N27.5 trillion for next year, endorsing the continuation of spurious appropriation benchmarks and unambitious public spending. 
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It is human to mark anniversaries, whether personal milestones or national or key historical events. Institutions and businesses are no different and every major milestone is an opportunity to pause and reflect.
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Nigerian bankers are seeking a special commercial court to deal with backlogs of financial-related cases amidst worries over the rising losses to cybercrimes.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the landscape of the Nigerian job market, creating new job opportunities while disrupting traditional jobs.
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The Federal Government, yesterday, in Abuja raised concerns over rising quackery in the electricity sector, stressing that power engineers would now be subjected to new regulations.
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Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Olukayode Ariwoola, has called on the National Assembly to amend laws and allow termination of most appeals at intermediary courts, to reduce burden on the Supreme Court.
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Despite the warning by police authorities, residents of Kano State, yesterday, took to the streets of Kano city and environs denouncing the recent judgment of the Court of Appeal sacking Governor Abba Yusuf.