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‘RMRDC set to overhaul bamboo value chain in Nigeria’

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H. D. Ibrahim Bamboos are plants in the Bambusoideae subfamily of the grass family. Bamboos include some of the fastest-growing plants in the world and this makes bamboo to be competitive as a...

Thu Nov 12th, 2020     Read More →

NANS gives government, ASUU 14 days to reopen varsities

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National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has given the Federal Government and Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) a 14-day ultimatum to resolve their differences and reopen the...

Thu Nov 12th, 2020     Read More →

Unspent N4b in 2020 budget meant for recruitment, EFCC says

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says that the N4 billion unspent money in its 2020 Budget is meant for recruitment of staff. Mr Mohammed Umar, the acting Chairman of the...

Wed Nov 11th, 2020     Read More →

Nasarawa judicial panel gets 16 petitions as Taraba, Abia teams sit

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• Adamawa’s begs monarchs for seamless operations The Judicial Panel of Inquiry in Nasarawa State, yesterday, received 16 petitions during its proceedings in Lafia. x The chairman,...

Wed Nov 11th, 2020     Read More →

Nigerians query 25-year-old quota policy in varsity admissions

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Academics, among other Nigerians, have called for urgent review or scrapping of the nation’s quota policy in varsity admissions to promote equity and national development. In a bid to ensure...

Tue Nov 10th, 2020     Read More →

Nigeria records 223 new cases of Coronavirus

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Friday in Abuja reported 223 new infections of the Coronavirus (COVID19) in the country. The NCDC published the figure via its verified website....

Sat Nov 7th, 2020     Read More →

9.8 Nigerians are currently food insecure, says FOA

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The Cadre Hamonise report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation ((FAO) has revealed that 9.8 million people in 16 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory were...

Sat Nov 7th, 2020     Read More →

Reps panel decry N7 billion allocation for Army to buy weapons

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House of Representatives Committee on Army has decried the N27b capital allocation to the Nigeria Army in the 2021 budget. Chairman of the Committee, Abdulrazak Namdas, who spoke at the 2021...

Fri Nov 6th, 2020     Read More →

FAO launches Oct/Nov 2020 food security, nutrition report

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The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations on Thursday in Abuja launched the Oct/Nov 2020 food insecurity and nutrition report, known as “Cadre Harmonise...

Thu Nov 5th, 2020     Read More →

Nigerian Army engaged in 33 states over insecurity, says Sen. Ndume

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Sen. Ali Ndume, Chairman Senate Committee on Army, says the Nigerian Army has been engaged in 33 states towards addressing security challenges across the country. Ndume stated this in Birnin Kebbi...

Thu Nov 5th, 2020     Read More →

60 Nigerian journalists suffered attacks in 2020, says report

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The magnitude of attacks suffered by Nigerian journalists so far in 2020 was yesterday revealed in a report issued by ARTICLE 19, an International human rights organization, which defends and...

Tue Nov 3rd, 2020     Read More →

DPR prohibits cylinder to cylinder gas refilling – Official

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The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has warned Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) retail outlets against cylinder to cylinder gas refilling and decanting because of the associated risks. Mr...

Mon Nov 2nd, 2020     Read More →

IGP to Police officers: Defend yourselves against any attack

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In the aftermath of the EndSARS protest nationwide, which turned violent and led to loss of lives, including that of a number of police personnel, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammed...

Sat Oct 31st, 2020     Read More →

COVID-19 Palliative and its controversies: Interrogating the looting spree dimension

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Residents of Gwagwalada, looting COVID-19 paliatives from the warehouse in Abuja. PHOTO: PHILIP OJISUA On October 8, this year, the youth of the country began a protest with the hashtag...

Sat Oct 31st, 2020     Read More →

Covid-19 palliatives: CACOVID, humanitarian ministry and the states

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{FILES] People carry bags of food on their heads during a mass looting of a warehouse that have COVID-19 food palliatives that were not given during lockdown to relieve people of hunger, in...

Thu Oct 29th, 2020     Read More →