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28 Jun
Debutants in para-sport at next month’s Commonwealth Games, Innocent Nnamdi and Jubril Ademola Popoola, have promised Nigerians exciting times at the Birmingham 2022 edition
28 Feb 2018
Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung yesterday at the VIP Lounge of the National Stadium, Abuja inaugurated the boards of seven national para-sport federations. The federations are Amputee Football, Para Athletics, Para Powerlifting, Para Soccer, Para Swimming, Sitting Volleyball and Wheelchair Basketball.  Inaugurating the Para Sports Federations, the Minister of Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung commended the…

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....Sheraton, Plateau state among others receive disability inclusion awards Stakeholders from different walks of life have renewed calls on the need to promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities in all spheres of society. This was part of the discussions at the Disability Inclusion and Leadership Awards (DIAL) to mark this year’s International…
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The young set of curlers representing Nigeria at the ongoing World Junior-B Curling Championships in Lohja, Finland have what it takes to become world beaters in a few years' time. This was the assertion made by Daniel Damola, President of the Nigeria Curling Federation, NCF as he reviewed the country’s performance so far in Finland.…
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It is not news that Nigeria’s Health Care System is not meeting the needs of its citizens. A 2018 Lancet study of global health access and quality ranked our health system 142 out of 195 countries assessed, a fact that factors such as health worker shortage contributes to.  The doctor-to-patient ratio is about 1:6500, and…
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As Nigeria joins the world to mark this year’s International Anti-Corruption Day, Controller General of the Nigerian Correctional Service, (NCoS), Haliru Nababa, has said that the agency has resolved to support the anti-corruption war by declaring zero tolerance to any form of indiscipline and sharp practices among its personnel.
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A trio representing the three nations at the centre of the war in Ukraine will receive the Nobel Peace Prize on Saturday, showing no sign of giving up the fight against Vladimir Putin and his Minsk ally. Jailed Belarusian human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski, Russian human rights organisation Memorial, and Ukraine's Center for Civil Liberties…