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Bauchi revolving fund recorded N200m profit in 2017

The Bauchi State Drugs and Medical Consumable Management Agency (DMMA) recorded N200 million turnovers on its 2017 Drugs Revolving Fund (DRF) scheme, as against the N100 million profit recorded in 2016.

Lagos generated N504 billion revenue in 2017 – Governor Ambode

The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Thursday commended residents of the state for supporting his administration to deliver on key projects in various sectors and sections. He said the state generated a total of N503.7 billion revenue in 2017 despite the harsh economic climate in the country.

Osun communities pledge loyalty to APC

The regent of Omu Ijesa in Oriade Local Government Area of Osun State, Apata Modupe Akinyemi, has promised on behalf of her subjects and the entire people of Omu Ijesa to stand by President Muhammadu Buhari in the forthcoming general elections with the affirmation that the entire community stands solidly with the All Progressive Congress (APC) administration in Osun state.

Federal govt targets affordable healthcare for 8m citizens under new policy – Isaac Adewole

The Federal Government is targeting to offer affordable healthcare to about eight million low and middle-income Nigerians, in the first quarter of 2018, under a new health policy to be known as ‘Buharicare’.

Bayelsa govt distributes drugs to primary health centres

The Bayelsa State Government has flagged of the distribution of essential drugs and basic medical equipment to one hundred and five Primary Healthcare Centres.

Fed govt revitalising 4,000 PHCs – Isaac Adewole

To achieve Universal Health Coverage, the Federal Government says it is revitalising 4,000 Primary Healthcare Centres.

4,000 PHCs being renovated across Nigeria – Isaac Adewole

To achieve Universal Health Coverage, the federal government says it is revitalising 4,000 Primary Healthcare Centres (PHCs).

NHIS crisis taking toll on health service providers, enrolees – medical chiefs

The Guild of Medical Directors, GMD, has called for speedy resolution of the crisis at the National Health Insurance Scheme, NHIS.

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CAN using herdsmen to destabilise Nigeria – JNI

The Jama’atu Nasir Islam on Sunday said that the Christian Association of Nigeria is using herdsmen to destabilise Nigeria so as to achieve their “agenda.”

Goodluck Jonathan among Africa’s poorest ex-leaders – Godknows Igali

Former President Goodluck Jonathan is one of the poorest Nigeria or African’s former leaders in recent time, his associate and former Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Power, Ambassador Godknows Igali, has said.

IPOB honours those allegedly killed during pro-Trump rally in Port Harcourt

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday, honoured its members, who were killed by security operatives in Port Harcourt, one year ago, during a rally in support of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

2019: Looking beyond the APC and PDP

I believe in the formation of a radical, spirited and peoples’ centered political movement in Nigeria, a movement that is designed with a specific mandate to redeem and salvage Nigeria. We urgently need a mass movement that will place Nigeria above other considerations.

Federal govt will resolve farmers-herdsmen crisis – APC

The All Progressives Congress has assured Nigerians that the federal government is working hard to resolve the farmers versus fulani herdsmen persistent crisis that has claimed several lives recently.

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Wales coach Ryan Giggs admits to having counselling after Manchester United exit

New Wales manager Ryan Giggs revealed he underwent counselling after his career at Manchester United came to an end.

Fuel scarcity is man-made – Senator Saraki

The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, says the ongoing fuel scarcity in the country is man-made and that those responsible must pay the price for visiting needless hardship on Nigerians.

Not all Fulani herdsmen are criminals – Governor Bagudu

Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi State, on Tuesday, has said that Fulani herdsmen needed help to change their old lifestyle and pastoral practices which they have been practicing for centuries.

Policeman killed in fresh violence in anglophone Cameroon

A policeman was killed on Sunday by presumed separatists in a restive English-speaking region of Cameroon, where the situation remained extremely tense on Monday, sources told AFP.

2019: INEC’s timely release of timetable‘ll reduce litigation – Ex-Rep Paul Adah

Former Member, House of Representatives and 2019 governorship aspirant in Cross River State, Paul Adah, has described last week’s release of 2019 election timetable by the Independent National Electoral commission, INEC, as a commendable step that would guarantee level playing field.