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The Sokoto State Executive Council has approved the execution of road projects worth N1.4 billion within Sokoto metropolis and some selected locations across the state.
US President Donald Trump on Sunday attacked special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's election meddling as unfair, insisting the probe is staffed with "hardened" Democrats.
The governorship candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance in the 2015 general election in Abia state, Dr. Alex Otti, has vowed that APGA will take over the governance of Abia come 2019, and described the party as the only alternative for Abians to enthrone the needed change in the state.
Commissioner of Health, Katsina State, Mrs. Mariatu Bala Usman, has on Saturday disclosed plans to carry out reactive vaccination following an outbreak of meningitis that claimed lives of eight persons in Bugaje ward, Jibia local government area of Katsina state.
Governor Tambuwal urges traditional, religious leaders to enlighten people on importance of voter cards
The Sokoto State Governor, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal, has called on traditional and religious leaders in the state to enlighten the people on the need to obtain their voter cards ahead of the 2019 polls.
The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, said this at the 2018 West Africa Social Activities (WASA) programme which ended late on Saturday in Apapa, Lagos.
The Senate on Tuesday urged the Federal Government to declare a state-of-emergency in the country’s public health sector over decay of infrastructure.
Qatar's health system has been ranked first in the Middle East and 13th best in the world by the 2017 Legatum Prosperity Index. The annual index measures and ranks the health of people living in 149 countries.
The House of Representatives Joint Committee on Justice and Judiciary yesterday postponed its public hearing on the hijab controversy between the Nigerian Law School and a law school graduate, Miss Firdaus Amasa.
Authorities in Senegal say at least eight people were killed when a military helicopter crashed into a field of mangroves.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has amended the part of its 2018 May/June Examination that clashed with the Friday Juma’at prayer.