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 FIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT DECLARED MISSING AFTER A BOAT MISHAP IN KADUNA

  Five secondary school students have been declared missing after a boat capsized in a ...

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 NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE COUNCIL TO LAUNCH SPECIAL FUND FOR NIGERIANS TO ACQUIRE CARS AT LOW COST

    The Director-General of the National Automotive Design and Development Council, Mr. JELANI ALIYU, ...

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 LEGAL PROFESSIONAL URGES PARENTS TO TREAT WARDS EQUALLY, AS NIGERIA JOINS REST OF THE WORLD TO MARK GIRL CHILD DAY

    A legal professional, ESTHER UZOMA says parents should treat their wards equally irrespective ...

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 GOVERNOR ABIOLA AJIMOBI TO HOST SOUTHWEST APC CHIEFTAINS ON THURSDAY

    Governor ABIOLA AJIMOBI will host Southwest leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) ...

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 OPERATION LAFIYA DOLE ASSURES THAT ALL IDP CAMPS WOULD SOON BE CLOSED TO ALLOW OCCUPANTS RETURN HOME

    The Theatre Commander of the Operation Lafiya Dole, Major-General IBRAHIM ATTAHIRU has assured ...

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 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO IMPLEMENT ‘NO WORK NO PAY’ RULE FOR STRIKING WORKERS

    The Federal Government has decided to implement the “No Work No Pay Rule” ...

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 FEDERAL HIGH COURT LAGOS ORDERS FINAL FORFEITURE OF 56 HOUSES ALLEGEDLY OWNED BY FORMER MINISTER OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES, DIEZANI ALISON-MADUEKWE

    A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the permanent forfeiture of 56 ...

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 POLICE IN SOUTH AFRICA ALLEGEDLY KILL ANOTHER NIGERIAN LESS THAN A WEEK AFTER A NIGERIAN WAS MURDERED

  A 25-year old Nigerian has been killed during a police raid in Vaal near ...

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 OYO STATE GOVERNOR, ABIOLA AJIMOBI VISITS PRESIDENT BUHARI IN ASO ROCK, PROMISES NOT TO DETHRONE OLUBADAN

  The Oyo State Governor, ABIOLA AJIMOBI, says he will not dethrone the Olubadan of ...

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 NIGERIA CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL URGES PUBLIC TO REPORT SUSPECTED CASES OF MONKEY POX

The Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, Dr CHINKE IHEKWEAZU, has urged members ...

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