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9 Sep 2018
The massive presence of displaced persons from the southern parts of Cameroon is hitting hard on the health facilities of some local government councils in Taraba State. Speaking shortly after a town hall meeting for stakeholders, the Council Chairman of Ussa, one of the councils currently playing host to the foreign refugees, Rimansikwe Tanko Musa,…
8 May 2016
The three tiers of government in the country have been urged to improve on the current state of health facilities and make health care delivery free for patients ...

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Chubuike Amasiani from Abuja cried his way to the Boys 10 title outlasting Adepoju Basit from the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club (LLTC) 9 to 8 at the just concluded MTN Junior Tennis Championship held at LLTC, Onikan.
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An upcoming artist, Mustapha Aduragbemi Yahaya, also known as Theekidd, has advised Nigerian youths to desist from violence, kidnapping, Internet fraud, ritual killings, criminality and other social vices.
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The Association of Maritime Truck Owners (AMATO) has lamented the seizure of their trucks totalling 100 by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS). The National President of the association, Remi Ogungbemi, raised the alarm on the impoundment of the trucks at the just-concluded second edition of the Port Industry Town Hall Meeting organised by the Journal…
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The Ikeja Unique Lions Club has built a block of six rooms toilet facility at African Church Primary School, Meiran, Lagos State, to improve the hygiene of the pupils of the school.
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Oxfam International and Bauchi State Government have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to improve the agriculture sector by targeting the “most vulnerable” farmers across the 20 local councils. At the signing, at the weekend, Oxfam’s Country Director, Dr. Vincent Ahonsi, said despite the enormous agricultural potential in Bauchi, inadequate mechanised agricultural equipment, poor access…