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Over 15 million Nigerians lack access to potable water – UNICEF

Over 15 million Nigerians still drink water from rivers, lakes, ponds, streams and irrigation canals, a United Nation Children’s Fund, UNICEF, specialist, Moustapha Niang, has said.


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Kogi workers commence indefinite strike

The organised labour in Kogi state on Thursday declared commencement of strike following the failure of the state government to meet their demands.

NASU, SSANU, NAAT suspend strike

The non-teaching staff of Nigerian universities have suspended their strike.

Togo readies for fresh protests amid charges of repression

Opposition parties in Togo readied for a second day of demonstrations on Thursday over the rule of President Faure Gnassingbe, the scion of Africa's oldest political dynasty, amid accusations of harsh repression by the security forces.

PDP will return to power in 2019 – Adeniran

A onetime Minister of Education, Professor Tunde Adeniran, on Thursday declared that he would lead the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) back to the presidency in 2019, if elected the national chairman of the party at its forthcoming National Convention.

PDP suspends Ifeanyi Ubah, queries Kashamu

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says it has suspended Ifeanyi Ubah, chairman of Capital Oil and Gas Ltd.

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Nigeria look to woo England starlet Abraham

Nigerian Football Federation chief Amaju Pinnick said on Wednesday he has had "a positive meeting" with Tammy Abraham as he tries to persuade the England Under-21 starlet to switch allegiance to the Super Eagles.

Zidane rues Real Madrid’s shock loss to Real Betis

Real Madrid Coach, Zinedine Zidane, is finding it difficult to come to terms with Wednesday’s shock loss to Real Betis in the La Liga.

Fed govt lost N70bn to failed banks – Idris

The Accountant-General of the Federation, Alhaji Ahmed Idris, on Thursday said over N70bn of funds belonging to the Federal Government had been lost to failed banks in the country.

Police treating London train blast as terror incident

An explosion on a Tube train in south-west London is being treated as terrorism, Scotland Yard has said.

Sukuk bond part of strategies to islamise Nigeria – CAN

The Christian Association of Nigeria has opposed the floating of the Sukuk Islamic bond by the Federal Government, alleging it is meant to Islamise the country through the back door.