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Ortom: Armed herders carry more sophisticated guns than police, DSS

    Ortom: Armed herders carry more sophisticated guns than police, DSS

Samuel Ortom, governor of Benue, says armed herders carry guns that are more sophisticated than those provided to the police and operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS). He

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SERAP: FG hasn’t obeyed court orders on recovered assets, budget padding

    SERAP: FG hasn’t obeyed court orders on recovered assets, budget padding

The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) says the federal government has failed to obey multiple court orders, directing it to publish details of assets recovered, alleged budget paddling of

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Newspaper Headlines: EFCC deepens Tinubu probe and NLC to protest over minimum wage

    Newspaper Headlines: EFCC deepens Tinubu probe and NLC to protest over minimum wage

The delivery of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to Nigeria made the headlines of many Nigerian newspapers. The reactions that trailed the release of the Jangede schoolgirls also made the headlines.   

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COVID-19: Nigeria records 479 fresh infections — but more recoveries

    COVID-19: Nigeria records 479 fresh infections — but more recoveries

For the fourth consecutive time, Nigeria has recorded less than 500 COVID-19 infections — with 479 cases reported on Tuesday. Based on the data released by the Nigeria Centre for

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Before Boko Haram, women ‘could move about without full hijab’ in Maiduguri

  Before Boko Haram, women ‘could move about without full hijab’ in Maiduguri

The Boko Haram insurgency in Maiduguri, Borno state capital, and its ripple effects were the talking points in the latest

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We need more prayers to tackle insecurity, says Fayemi

  We need more prayers to tackle insecurity, says Fayemi

Kayode Fayemi, governor of Ekiti, says the country needs “more prayers” to tackle the prevalent insecurity. Fayemi, who is also

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WHO: One in 10 people may suffer hearing loss by 2050

  WHO: One in 10 people may suffer hearing loss by 2050

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says according to estimates, one in every ten people — representing over 700 million people

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Reps ask FG to secure release of pastor abducted by Boko Haram

  Reps ask FG to secure release of pastor abducted by Boko Haram

The house of representatives has urged the federal government to secure the release of Bulus Yakura, a pastor of Ekklesiyar

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Poverty is a threat to human existence in Nigeria, says Catholic bishop

  Poverty is a threat to human existence in Nigeria, says Catholic bishop

Ignatius Kaigama, bishop of Abuja Catholic diocese, says poverty is a serious threat to human existence in Nigeria. Kaigama stated

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Newspaper Headlines: Inactive telephone lines hit 7.6m and Nigerians scramble for fuel

  Newspaper Headlines: Inactive telephone lines hit 7.6m and Nigerians scramble for fuel

Reactions to the food blockade of the southern part of the country dominated the headlines in many Nigerian newspapers. Besides

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