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Nearly 15,000 Nigerians die in five years despite 65% increase in security budget

BUDGETARY allocations since 2017 to the Ministries of Defence, Police Affairs, Interior and the Office of the National Security Adviser in Nigeria have risen...

Nigeria’s July inflation drops marginally, but the economy isn’t getting better

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has revealed that Nigeria’s inflation has dropped to 17.38 per cent on a year-on-year basis, representing a marginal...

Tokyo 2020: Nigeria’s gold medal drought continues years after Sydney 2000

NIGERIA currently sits in 68th place in the medals table of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, with 2 medals and none of them is gold,...
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Top Nigerian universities charge lower tuition than other varsities in Africa

STUDENTS of the  public universities in Nigeria pay lower amounts for tuition when compared to those in other  African universities. From a total of 45...

CSOs petition NBC to prohibit smoking on Big Brother Naija show

A petition was sent to the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on Friday, seeking the prohibition of smoking on the reality TV show, Big Brother...

Ohanaeze president-general advocates fairness as solution to rising insecurity

THE leader of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, George Obiozor, on Wednesday, said fair representation of various ethnic groups in Nigeria would create a lasting solution to...
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Lawmakers hike presidential campaign finance by 1,400%

LAWMAKERS in Nigeria have raised the limits on campaign finance for politicians running for public office, hiking funding for the presidential category by 1,400...

Stolen artefacts should be returned to Benin Kingdom – Monarch

THE reigning Oba of Benin says he wants the stolen artefacts, which are on the verge of being repatriated from Germany, to be returned...

17 months after the first case, only 1% of Nigerians have been tested for COVID-19

FOR a country with more than 200 million people, only approximately two million citizens, representing one per cent of the population, have been tested...
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