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How Aid Agencies Avert Humanitarian Tragedy In North East

Interventions by international aid agencies and non governmental organisations are the reason why there is no humanitarian catastrophe in the North East By Tajudeen Suleiman Every...

MSF Opens 3rd Children Feeding Centre In Maiduguri

The Medecins Sans Frontieres, MSF, also known as Doctors Without Borders, has opened a new 50-bed therapeutic feeding centre for the treatment of malnourished children in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state.

Malnutrition, Hunger Ravage Displaced Persons In North East

After surviving the Boko Haram insurgency, people of the Northeast now battle life -threatening hunger and malnutrition. By Tajudeen Suleiman He was sitting among five other...

How Corruption Is Killing Children In IDP Camps

By Fisayo Soyombo At the tender age of three, Halimat is experiencing a torture that even a 30-year-old would struggle to withstand. At the 110-bed...

Looming Humanitarian Crisis In Northeast May Be Worse Than Insurgency, MSF Warns

Unless urgent steps are taken to address the alarming food shortages faced by internally displaced persons, IDPs, in Borno State, Nigeria may soon be faced with a humanitarian crisis that is worse than the Boko Haram violence that has claimed more than 20,000 lives, the international medical humanitarian organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF, has warned.

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Emmanuel signs Akwa Ibom’s anti-open grazing bill into law

AKWA Ibom State Governor Udom Emmanuel, on Wednesday, signed the state’s anti-open grazing bill into law. The bill was signed...

Analysts want govt assets in equity market as CBN eyes international financial centre

FINANCIAL experts have urged the Central Bank to work towards enlisting the government’s corporate assets into the equity market...

Naira weakens to N562/$ in parallel market amid drop in inflation

NIGERIA'S naira is sinking against the dollar in the parallel market, closing at N562/$ on Wednesday against N557/$ at...

Akwa Ibom House of Assembly passes anti-open grazing bill

A bill prohibiting open grazing in Akwa Ibom State has been passed by the state house of assembly. The bill...

Funding infrastructure with external loans blamed for problems in Nigeria’s education, health sectors

AN economist has blamed the Nigerian government's reliance on external loans to fund infrastructural projects for problems in the...
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