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Food fortification

17 Sep 2021
Development partners at the forefront of driving global nutrition security have called for food fortification sensitisation and local patronage of premixes in Africa’s most populous country.
7 May 2020
Food fortification, the process of enriching staples and commonly consumed condiments with vitamins and/or minerals, is a proven sustainable and cost-effective food-based approach to improving the health and well-being of large numbers of vulnerable people
27 Oct 2019
Small and medium scale edible oil processors have received quality control training in food fortification, for efficient delivery of Vitamin A in their products.


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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) on Tuesday arrested five suspected criminals selling and taking illegal drugs under the flyover in Wuse, Abuja.
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Independent National Electoral Commission, has denied recognising Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, and former Akwa Ibom State governor, Godswill Akpabio as candidates in the 2023 general elections. The commission's denial came following a report from an online medium alleging that the commission succumbed to pressure from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), to doctor and backdate…
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Kuda, the Money App for Africans is poised to stamp its footprint in the global banking industry with the appointment of Pavel Khristolubov and Elena Lavezzi as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), respectively at the group level. The appointments, which were the outcome of a diligent recruitment process aimed at acquiring fit-for-purpose candidates to help in driving the vision and mission of the financial institution, were recently announced by the Board of Directors of Kuda Technologies Limited.
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The Federal Government has indicated the need to revisit and remodel the ranching programme to address the recurring clashes between herders and farmers across the country.
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The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), said females were the prime targets for trafficking for prostitution in 2019 with a total of 373 females.