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Tigray Conflict: UN sues for long-term ceasefire

THE United Nations (UN) Secretary-General António Guterres has welcomed the declaration of an indefinite humanitarian truce on the part of the Ethiopian Government, and...

Poor accountability has turned Northeast humanitarian crisis to profiteering industry —Shehu Sani

A FORMER senator, Shehu Sani says some Nigerian agencies in charge of emergencies and individuals in the presidency have turned the humanitarian crises in...

SPECIAL REPORT: Benue, Plateau villagers yearn to return home amidst fear of unending displacement

One year after the federal government pledged to rebuild communities and resettle locals displaced by herdsmen, a single house has not been built anywhere...
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How Suspended SGF Used Office To Loot

According to the report by the Senate ad-hoc committee, the suspended SGF converted PINE into a money making enterprise, using the agency to award contracts to cronies whose firms did not pass the requirements set by law.

UNICEF Says Millions Hungry, Sick, Out Of School In Crisis-Torn Countries

Over 22 million children are left hungry, sick, displaced and out of school in four crisis-torn countries including Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen as a result of drought occasioned by armed conflict, the United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, has said.

Canada Donates $119.25 Million To Address Humanitarian Crisis In  Nigeria, Somalia, Others 

Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen have been selected by the Government of Canada to benefit from its $119.25 million grant to respond to humanitarian crisis in their respective domains.
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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...

Save The Children Raises Alarm Over Looming Humanitarian Emergency In The Gambia 

Save the Children, an international charity organization has raised an alarm that hospitals, schools and other public services in Gambia and neighbouring Senegal risk being overwhelmed as tens of thousands of children flee their homes fearing political violence.

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Insecurity: 287 people killed in Southeast in 5 months

TWO hundred and eight-five people have died due to insecurity in the last five months in the southeast region...

Shuaib Yaman emerges PDP gubernatorial candidate in Kwara state 

By Dare Akogun SHUAIB Abdullahi Yaman has emerged as the gubernatorial candidate of the People's Democratic Party, PDP in Kwara...

Monkeypox is endemic in Nigeria. But surveillance isn’t what it should be

Oyewale Tomori, Nigerian Academy of Science There has been an outbreak of monkeypox cases in a number of countries that...

Makinde, Adediran emerge PDP’s guber candidates in Oyo, Lagos

OYO State Governor, Seyi Makinde, has emerged winner of the governorship primary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Makinde polled...

Insecurity: Soludo declares curfew in Anambra, bans okada, keke in eight LGAs

GOVERNOR of Anambra State Chukwuma Soludo has declared a curfew in the state. Soludo also banned motorcycles, popularly known as...
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