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  • Customs distributes relief items to IDPs in North East

    The Nigeria Customs Service, Kwara Command, has distributed some relief materials to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in Yobe, North East region. The service said the...

  • NCS TinCan Island Port command generates N31.2b in March

    TinCan Island Port command of the Nigeria Customs Service(NCS)  generated a total of N31,210,006,189.8 in March, according to the Customs Area Controller, Comptroller Musa Abdullahi, Abdullahi disclosed...

  • COVID-19: Bayelsa CJ orders indefinite suspension of court sittings

    The Chief Judge (CJ) of Bayelsa, Justice Kate Abiri, has ordered  immediate indefinite suspension of court sittings in the state, as against Thursday the earlier scheduled date....

  • HEWAN urges FG to establish more testing centres for COVID-19 

    The Health Writers’ Association of Nigeria (HEWAN), on Wednesday called for the establishment of more testing centres in view of the increasing number of confirmed cases...

  • COVID-19: ESUT commences production of hand sanitizers

    The Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) has commenced production of hand sanitizers to assist the Federal and state governments in the fight against...

  • Italian hospitals, care homes under fire for coronavirus failings

      Hospitals and care homes in the northern Italian region of Lombardy are facing mounting criticism of their management of the coronavirus crisis, with prosecutors investigating...

  • COVID-19: NCDC pledges support to Kwara Govt

    The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, (NCDC) has pledged to support Kwara State Government to contain spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the state. Dr Alihu Adebara,...

  • COVID-19: Businesswoman distributes rice, task FG on employability age limit

    A businesswoman, Mrs Rashidat Usman, has appealed to the Federal Governments to address the hurdle of 24 years age limit for fresh  graduates employability being demanded...

  • Poland wants to inject $24bn in liquidity to firms

    Poland wants to inject nearly 24 billion dollars (100 billion zloty) in liquidity to firms to counteract the effects of the Coronavirus lockdown of the economy,...

  • Troops neutralise Boko terrorists at Wurge in Borno

    The Nigerian Army troops of Operation Lafiya Dole, have neutralised two terrorists and wounded many in an operation at Wurge axis of Borno, the Defence Headquarters...

  • COVID-19: NYSC donates over 200 hand sanitisers to prevent pandemic in Ebonyi

    The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) on Wednesday, donated over 150 hand sanitisers to the Ebonyi Government in its bid to help to prevent the Coronavirus...

  • Iran’s President outlines 3-phased lifting of Covid-19 lockdown

      Iran’s President, Hassan Rowhani, has described how the country will go about lifting coronavirus lockdown measures as the outbreak is slowly brought under control. “Of course...

  • Police arraign man, 20, over alleged attempted murder

    The Police on Wednesday arraigned a 20-year-old man, Anuoluwapo Busuyi before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged attempted murder. The defendant, who is of no...

  • COVID-19: Osun Govt begins distribution of 6,020 bags of rice to poor

    Gov. Gboyega Oyetola of Osun on Wednesday flagged off the distribution of 6,020 bags of 50g rice to the needy to mitigate the hardship occasioned by...

  • SEC develops investors’ data, consent form to check identity theft, money laundering 

      Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has developed a standardised investors’ data and consent form  to check identity theft and money laundering in the capital market....

  • COVID-19: World Athletics postpones bidding processes for 2023 events

    Due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, World Athletics has postponed the bidding processes for 2023 World Athletics Series events. The world athletics governing body said on...

  • Police arraign man, 20, for defiling a minor

    The police on Wednesday arraigned a 20-year-old man, Ilesanmi Tope, over alleged defilement of a minor. The defendant, who is of no fixed address, was charged...

  • Several killed in tribal conflict in east of Afghanistan

    Local officials said on Wednesday that several people were killed in a tribal clash on Tuesday over disputed land in Afghanistan’s eastern Nangarhar province. The fighting...

  • Cyclone Harold lashes Fiji after ripping through Vanuatu

    Cyclone Harold on Wednesday lashed the Pacific Island state of Fiji, just days after it ripped through Vanuatu. According to meteorological and disaster authorities, the category...

  • Armed Forces kill 1, arrest 3 suspected sea robbers

    Troops of Sector II Operation “DELTA SAFE” has arrested three sea robbers and killed one suspect in a gun battle. Maj.-Gen. John Enenche, the Coordinator, Defence...

  • COVID-19: World Athletics reschedule Oregon Championship to avoid clash with Olympics, now holds in 2022

    The World Athletics Championships in Oregon have been rescheduled to now hold from July 15 to July 24, 2022, following the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic...

  • China’s economy resilient in face of short-term COVID-19 impact – Observers

    Japanese media and experts have noted that people and logistics in China have begun to regain vitality as the economy begins to show signs of speedy...

  • Coronavirus: NGO urges FG to provide more testing machines in states

      Coronavirus: NGO urges FG to provide more testing machines in states   Coronavirus Abuja, March 8, 2020 The Society for Promotion of People’s Right, an...

  • We’ve successfully put out fire at AGF’s office – Federal Fire Service

    The Federal Fire Service (FFS) says it has successfully extinguished the fire that broke out on Wednesday at the office of the Accountant-General of the Federation...

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