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A decade after Boko Haram attack, Borno IDPs in Jigawa recover losses through fish business 

By Muhammed Abubakar TAHIR IN the wake of Boko Haram menace in Nigeria, especially in the Northeast, many victims were displaced from their homes. Different...

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Nascon suspends proposed merger deal with Dangote

NASCON Allied Industries Plc said it had put on hold the proposed merger deal with Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc following the Securities and Exchange...

Ondo APC primaries: Aspirants call for cancellation over violence

RIVAL supporters of two aspirants of the Ondo State All Progressives Congress (APC) stirred up violence on Saturday, April 20, 2024, at Ward 1,...

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Despite laboratory results, Nestle denies adding sugar to infant products in Nigeria

MULTI-NATIONAL food company Nestle has denied adding sugars to milk, cereal, and other infant products sold to some low and middle-income countries, including Nigeria,...

Child labour in Nigeria highest in South-East in 2022 – Report

A new survey on Nigeria's child labour has shown that the menace was highest in the South-East in 2022. The National Bureau of Statistics carried...

Kaduna: hidden story about the mass kidnapping of schoolchildren in Kuriga

ON March 7, over 100 students were kidnapped in Kuriga town in Kaduna state. While the incident generated public outrage among Nigerians reports barely...

Clashing Aluta: family seeks justice for victim after NANS bloody attack in Abuja

IN the afternoon of Monday, April 15, Abdulrazaq Jeje was hanging out with friends and members of the National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS)...

NCC, Mainone confirm undersea cable cut repairs ongoing

The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC), has announced ongoing repair efforts on the undersea cable cuts, which caused equipment faults in major sea cables along...

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