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12 Dec
9Mobile, one of the nation’s leading telecommunication services providers, says it has a mandate to register no fewer than 10 million people in rural areas
19 Jun 2020
Border closures have proven to be a practical means to contain and limit the spread of the coronavirus in most countries. However, the restricted movement that results from state and national border closures hinders the effective flow of supply chains and distribution channels. This is especially relevant in the agricultural sector where market linkages have…

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7 mins ago
Police in Anambra said on Wednesday in Awka that they have arrested two kidnap suspects, aged 30 years and 40 years over the kidnap of one Ijideofor Attama.
11 mins ago
When the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York purchased "The Starry Night" from a local seller in 1941, it was a virtually unknown picture. Vincent van Gogh's masterwork has inspired everything from a hit ballad for singer Don McLean in 1971 to mass-produced scarves, umbrellas, and water bottles in the 81 years since…
12 mins ago
Dr Janet Ekpenyong, Director General (D-G), Cross River Primary Healthcare Care Agency, has confirmed the death of seven children from cholera in the state.
20 mins ago
Former Kano State governor Ibrahim Shekarau has defected from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to the New Nigeria People's Party (NNPP), BBC Hausa reported on Wednesday. Shekarau defected to NNPP days after another APC chieftain Abdulmumin Jibrin dumped the party also for NNPP. BBC Hausa reported that Shekarau has been offered the opportunity to…
21 mins ago
The first Russian soldier on trial in Ukraine for war crimes during Moscow's invasion pleaded guilty on Wednesday, facing possible life imprisonment in Kyiv.