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16 Dec 2020
The Minister of Environment, Dr. Mohammad Abubakar, has called for investment in the country’s gas economy to stopping gas flaring.
2 Mar 2020
Towards implementing the Montreal Protocol’s programme, the Federal Government has achieved its target to phase-out the use of Halons, Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) Methyl Bromide and Carbon Tetrachloride
4 Nov 2019
Amid the health hazards associated with its maintenance, the federal government has teamed up with European Union, German Cooperation to develop national policy and guidelines for environmentally sound management of used batteries in the country.

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Head coach of Napoli Luciano Spalletti says the Italian Serie A outfit are lucky to have Victor Osimhen, adding that the Nigerian’s instinct to exploit open spaces is the reason behind his impressive early season form. Osimhen managed just 10 goals in his debut season with Napoli, no thanks to a spate of injuries and…
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Questions mounted Friday about the health of 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II after she had tests and spent a night in hospital, despite royal officials saying she was resting at home. Buckingham Palace had said on Wednesday morning that she pulled out of a planned engagement in Northern Ireland and had been advised to rest on…
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The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has called for national and international collaboration between governments, law enforcement and the private sector to check increasing spate of cybercrime in the country.
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Entrepreneur and CEO of two of the world's largest companies, Elon Musk, is well on his way to becoming the world's first trillionaire. The Guardian reports that analysts at Morgan Stanley predict that the 50-year old CEO of Space X and Tesla could become the world's first trillionaire, largely thanks to his aerospace company SpaceX.…
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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) says banks in the country have remained stable, robust and resilient in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic.