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27 Feb 2020
The question for many of our young people today is: what is your passion? How can you take the skills that you have, and add value to the world around you?
28 May 2016
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says it has begun collaboration with relevant authorities for the inclusion of road safety as a subject in the nation's primary and post-primary schools' curricula.

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A lawyer, Bello Ibrahim, has threatened to commence committal proceedings against the Director General of the Department of State Security (DSS) over alleged unlawful detention of his client, Umar Ibrahim.
1 hour ago
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…