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23 Sep 2021
Former Director General, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and first Director of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO’s) new Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence
16 Sep 2021
Nigeria as part of the modern world is passing through one of the most frightful eras of a rather strange disease epidemic that human beings have experienced since the beginning of time
13 Sep 2021
Planning is key to any form of business structure anywhere in the world, be it large enterprises, partnerships, small or even start-ups.
7 Sep 2021
Stakeholders are unsettled by the rising number of child-labourers across Nigeria as insecurity and partly COVID-19 pandemic is now pushing more children into the labour market.
5 Sep 2021
The Tokyo Paralympics were declared closed on Sunday by IPC chief Andrew Parsons, who said the pandemic-delayed Games had "not just been historic
5 Sep 2021
The pandemic has changed the way of life for most; outings, clubbing, partying can never be the same again. However, with the vaccine, life got easier. The vaccine works as a preventive way to slow the surging pandemic, however, there are certain things that vaccinated people may be free to do which they previously could…
4 Sep 2021
I’m writing this on my way back from a staycation. It wasn’t anywhere too far or too special. Mr O and I spent a few days pottering around Scarborough
28 Aug 2021
President Joe Biden said Friday that China was withholding "critical information" on the origins of Covid-19 after the US intelligence community said it did not believe the virus was a bioweapon -- but remained split on whether it escaped from a lab. The United States, however, does not believe Chinese officials had foreknowledge of the…
9 Aug 2021
Tokyo awoke to a huge bill and soaring coronavirus cases on Monday after pulling off a mid-pandemic Olympics that at times looked impossible and had a mixed reception to the end.
7 Aug 2021
Santos Bimbile is worried. He has been to four pharmacies in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, and not one of them has the drug
6 Aug 2021
World Air Transport Statistics (WATS) has assessed the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic on airlines, estimating the loss of $126 billion in 2020.
6 Aug 2021
Islamic groups have raised the need for Ummah to educate their children in Islamic ways. They also called on them to make their children focus on the knowledge of Holy Qur’an

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The Archbishop of the African Church, Abuja, Dr Peter Ogunmuyiwa says the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu must ease the fears of Nigeria Christians over the choice of same faith ticket.
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Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has faulted the operation of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) on the conduct of the 2022 Hajj exercise.
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As the world commemorates the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities today, Project Enable Africa has announced the nominees for the 2022 Disability Inclusion and Leadership (DIAL) Awards. Project Enable Africa is an initiative of Stanforte Edge Ltd/Gte that promotes the rights, empowerment and social inclusion of persons with disabilities in Nigeria with…
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The ever-evolving nature of music is one of its most intriguing aspects. No two songs are precisely alike, and even those that sound the most alike will have a few minor variations. As a result, there is constantly something new to learn and enjoy in the music. This constant, ongoing change requires music artists, producers,…
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...Demand his immediate resignation Hundreds of members of the Coalition of Civil Societies of Nigeria on Saturday staged a peaceful protest in Abuja with a call on the National Assembly to wade into alleged partiality of the chief justice of Nigeria (CJN) justice Tajudeen Olukayode Ariwoola. Led by Comrade Isiaku Balogun, the group enjoined the…