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Boko Haram declares Gwoza ‘Islamic caliphate’

    Boko Haram declares Gwoza ‘Islamic caliphate’

Boko Haram has declared an Islamic caliphate in Gwoza, a town in Borno state presently under its control. Gwoza and some other communities in the northeastern part of the country have

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NMA explains reasons for ending strike action

    NMA explains reasons for ending strike action

Nigerian doctors on Saturday voted to end their 55-day-old industrial action because the government has met some of their demands, the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) said on Sunday. However, President

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‘I got Ebola from my dying mum and survived’

    ‘I got Ebola from my dying mum and survived’

Mid-July when Alhassan Kemokai cuddled his dying mother, stroking her face and holding her hands, it never occurred to him that it was an open invitation to death. The mother had

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Adadevoh was just doing her job

    Adadevoh was just doing her job

Sometime in 2004, or thereabouts, I told the then Director-General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Professor Dora Akunyili, that in spite of the

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Nigerian doctors vote to end strike

    Nigerian doctors vote to end strike

Nigerian doctors have voted to suspend their indefinite strike which started on July 1, 2014. TheCable understands that at an

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Terror alert: Revd sisters’ regalia stolen in Kano

    Terror alert: Revd sisters’ regalia stolen in Kano

Ahead of Sunday church services, the Department of State Services (DSS) has advised the public to be vigilant following the

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Remarkable heroine

    Remarkable heroine

How does one react to the death of a woman one didn’t know… if that woman was a true representative

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Amosun closes down OOU over student protests

    Amosun closes down OOU over student protests

Governor of Ogun state, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has ordered the closure of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) with immediate effect, citing

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Olukolade: Borno mutineers ‘already facing trial’

    Olukolade: Borno mutineers ‘already facing trial’

Soldiers who revolt against military authorities or desert the army are a disgrace to the military and the nation, director of

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Jonathan’s proxy campaign group hits southwest

    Jonathan’s proxy campaign group hits southwest

The Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria, a group campaigning for the reelection of President Goodluck Jonathan, took its campaign to the

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