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[Flood series] The harrowing tales of residents caught in Anambra flood

By Alfred Ajayi TWENTY-year-old Abigail welcomed her first baby one month ago amid joy and ecstasy. But little did she know that two weeks after delivery,...

Accusations, counter-accusations trail FCT healthcare intervention for displaced persons

AFTER witnessing killings, losing family members and property to Boko Haram insurgency, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at Wassa camp in the Federal Capital Territory...

IELTS: Nigerians are questioning why they have to prove they can speak English ㅡ every two years

AFEES Agboola is no stranger to speaking the English language, and that is an understatement. He started teaching the language as far back as...
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Measles is killing Borno children, Doctors Without Borders calls for children vaccination

A NEWS report from the Medecins Sans Frontiers also known as Doctors Without Borders has narrated how children in Borno State are still dying...

Over 1 million people displaced in Nigeria due to conflicts, disasters in 2018 − Report

NIGERIA had more than 1.1 million newly displaced people in 2018, while over 613 thousand displacements were caused by disasters, according to a new...

Blood thirsty demons of Zamfara (III): Displaced and abandoned, the story of 30,000 Zamfarans

Zamfara State has been a hotbed of killings and kidnappings. The media is awash with daily reportage of these incidents. These casualities are fathers, mothers, sons and daughters who have been gruesomely uprooted from their families.
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Seven years of waiting, pain: How enforced disappearances by the Nigerian military have empowered hundreds of mothers to demand justice in Borno

By Hajja Gana SULEIMAN WALID turned seven last January. He is my grandson. He was in his mother’s womb when soldiers snatched his dad away from...

Thousands of civilians paying heavy price over Boko Haram attacks – ICRC

THE International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC), on Monday, expressed ‘extreme concern’ on the rising humanitarian crisis in northeast Nigeria, stressing that the...

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Nigeria ranks 27th among countries with highest number of prisoners

NIGERIA, with 74,059 inmates, is currently the 27th country with the highest number of prisoners globally. According to World Prison Brief (WPB),...

Banks will accept rested notes after February 10 deadline – Emefiele

THE Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, has assured Nigerians that banks will continue to...

General Elections: INEC to engage NNPC Ltd over fuel supply concerns

THE Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said it would be meeting with the leadership of the Nigerian National Petroleum...

How North Korean runs illegal hospital patronised by the high and mighty in Abuja

A PRIVATE hospital run by a man, Jongsu Kim, who claims to be Chinese but is a North Korean,...

Why there is no basis for current petrol scarcity – PENGASSAN

THE Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) says there is no basis for the current...
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Nigerian fintech companies shame, threaten customers for late payment of loans

Edited by Ajibola AMZAT YETUNDE Adewole lost her phone in...

Illegal loan apps ignore Nigeria’s cyber laws, continue to shame customers

RAUFU Kareem took a loan from AddMoney, an app...

Russia’s ‘Satan 2’ nuclear missile NOT capable of destroying the whole world

AMID the ongoing Russia – Ukraine crisis, a viral post...

Behold candidates for the 2023 presidential election (LIST)

June 9 marks the end of the deadline given...

2023 presidential election: Behold politicians being touted as Nigeria’s next messiahs

ABOUT 18 months to the 2023 presidential elections, a...
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