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1 Aug
Akwa Ibom State Government has approved a one-year internship and attachments for all workers, who undertook training in Sign Language.
18 Oct 2019
A sign language expert has urged parents, caregivers and education instructors to learn the sign language that will enable them communicate and interact with persons...
23 Sep 2018
Every 23 of September, the world recognises the mute and deaf-mute via the International Day of Sign Languages (IDSL). Muteness occurs when there is a problem with the oesophagus, vocal cords, injury, lungs, mouth, or tongue or any other part that is needed for human speech. To commensurate with this year's theme, "With Sign Language,…

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The Minister-in-Charge of Satellite Town Baptist Church, Rev. Kayode Akintunde, charged Nigerians not lost hope on the country, stating a better Nigeria beckons.
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Ekiti State Governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has received the report of the 20-man transition committee, saying the report will make the incoming administration have a seamless and smooth take-off in the overall interest of the people.
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To reduce the shortage in affordable housing, the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI), Nigeria Chapter, has advised the Federal Government to implement its various housing development programmes, which will provide shelter for Nigerians.
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The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has reiterated the need for the Federal Government to engage and effectively utilise skills of members for infrastructural projects across the country.
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Senate has directed the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC) to show proof of Presidential directive for revocation and reallocation of the Atala Marginal Oil field (OML 46), owned by Bayelsa State government, to Halkin Exploration and Production Company Limited (Halkin E&P).