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  • World Bank approves loan to help Philippines amid COVID-19 pandemic

       The World Bank approved a 500-million-dollar loan for the Philippines on Friday to boost the country’s capacity to address disaster risks and urgent needs amid the coronavirus...

  • Global oil market to witness 14.7 mb/d excess supply in Q2 – Barkindo

    The Secretary General of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Mohammed  Barkindo  has said that the global oil market would record excess crude oil supply...

  • COVID-19 worsening gender inequality — UN Chief

    United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has warned that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is worsening existing gender inequalities. In a video message on Thursday, Guterres said the...

  • Coronavirus: Nigeria diplomatic missions abroad still discharge essential duties – FG

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday reassured Nigerians of the commitment of its diplomatic missions abroad to providing essential services to Nigerians, in spite of...

  • LADOL donates to CBN’s CACOVID-19 fund

    LADOL Free Zone (LADOL) on Thursday said it had contributed to the private sector Coalition Against the spread of Coronavirus (CACOVID) set up by the Central...

  • COVID-19: S/Sudan rolls out school learning through radio

    South Sudan on Thursday revealed plans to roll out distance-learning programmes on the radio for children out of school due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19)....

  • Lockdown: Kwara residents besiege markets, malls

    Residents of Ilorin on Thursday besieged shopping malls, markets and other places to get items such as food and other commodities to stock their homes as...

  • Katsina Govt lifts suspension of Sunday Church services

    The Katsina State Government has lifted suspension of Sunday Church service in the state with immediate effect, the Nigeria News Agency reports. The Secretary to the...

  • COVID-19: Health workers protest over poor working condition

    The National Association of Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), Kwara General Hospital branch, has embarked on protest over poor working condition for members in the state. Alhaji...

  • COVID – 19: FG  grants amnesty to 217  inmates in Adamawa

    The Federal Government  has granted amnesty to 217 inmates of Correctional Centres in Adamaw State, to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr Umar Audu,...

  • Agency launches telemedicine project to support fight against COVID-19

    The National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) on Thursday in Abuja rolled out its Telemedicine project to support the fight against the spread of Coronavirus...

  • COVID-19: Free electricity for 2 months to be paid by FG

    The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) says the free energy to be supplied for two  months is not free by the DisCos, but will be paid...

  • COVID-19: Food dealers lament stringent restrictions at Enugu/Anambra border

    Local Food dealers in Awka, Anambra have expressed worry over the rigid enforcement by security operatives at Amansea, a border community between Enugu and Anambra states....

  • Easter: A’Ibom govt relaxes restriction order

    The Akwa Ibom Government has relaxed its 14 days restriction order in the state to enable Christians to join their counterparts world over to celebrate this...

  • Nigeria making progress in rice production, processing – AfDB

    The African Development Bank (AfDB) says Nigeria is making progress in rice production and processing. Mr Ebrima FAAL, Senior Country Director of the bank, stated this...

  • COVID-19: Africa CDC decries French scientists’ call for Africans as clinical trials

    The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) on Thursday decried the two French scientists’ comments calling for use of Africans for clinical trials of tuberculosis vaccine as...

  • Djibouti confirms first COVID-19 related death

    The Djibouti Ministry of Health says the country records its first COVID-19 related death on Thursday.   In a statement, the ministry said the country recorded...

  • COVID-19 Emergency Response: FG records success on supply of essential commodities nationwide

    The Federal Government has recorded tremendous success in the supply of Essential Commodities Nationwide in spite of the restriction of movement as parts of measures to...

  • Gov. Ugwuanyi swears in new commissioner for health

    Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State on Thursday swore in the new Commissioner for Health, Dr Emmanuel Obi. It would be recalled that the former Health...

  • COVID-19: Gombe Task Force recommends extension of order on public gathering

    Gombe State Task Force on COVID-19 has recommended the extension of an order on public gathering enforced by state government. Prof. Idris Mohammed, Chairman of the...

  • 3,500 PWDs, vulnerable benefit from LCDAs stimulus packages in Lagos

    Dr Augustine Arogundade, Executive Chairman, Agbado Oke-Odo Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos State, has flagged off the distribution of 3,500 stimulus packages to Persons...

  • COVID-19: Abia relaxes lockdown ahead of Easter

    Abia government has relaxed its lockdown for three days to enable residents to restock foodstuffs in their homes ahead of the Easter celebration. The state introduced...

  • COVID-19: ALGON supports LGs with relief materials

    The Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON) says it is donating relief items to support government’s efforts at containing the spread of Coronavirus across the...

  • Buhari mourns Nigeria’s first Permanent Secretary

    President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with the Emmanuel family on the passing of Nigeria’s first female permanent secretary, Francesca Emmanuel, at 86. The President’s condolence message...

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