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23 Dec 2019
The Federal Government is working towards ecological restoration and recharges in the Lake Chad to improve the livelihoods, address the environmental as well as to security challenges
28 Jan 2019
A Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators have threatened to attack oil facilities belonging to northerners and asked those living in the region to get prepared to leave the region. Citing recent developments in the country, they stressed that northerners in the region should be prepared to leave the region, especially if the authorities rig the…
29 Oct 2018
The Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN) has demonstrated that youths, women and retirees can make millions of naira practicing low-capital agriculture with its simple, innovative but profitable agro-allied enterprise prototypes. The model enterprises include cane rat, rabbit and snail farming, with simple housing, cost-effective feeds and sustainable returns on investments regularly. The institute has…

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Leicester piled pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a late goal spree in their thrilling 4-2 victory against troubled Manchester United on Saturday.
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Pep Guardiola says he wants Raheem Sterling to fight for his place at Manchester City after the frustrated forward admitted he "would be open" to leaving the Premier League champions.
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The Permanent Secretary, Political and Economic Affairs in the Office of the Secretary  to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Andrew Adejo, has said that a divided Nigeria cannot survive and  prosper.