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Coca-Cola to launch $20m initiative for Nigeria, Ivory Coast

In line with its long-standing commitment to women and the general well being of communities, Coca-Cola will support the Ministry of Health to reduce the high maternal and newborn mortalities in Nigeria and Ivory Coast.

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Emmanuel Uduaghan named NOC patron, harps on grassroots sports development

The immediate-past Governor of Delta State and All Progressives Congress candidate for Delta South Senatorial District for the 2019 election, Dr. Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan, has called on government and stakeholders to support the development of grassroots sports in Nigeria and also establish an active National Sports Commission, if the nation must excel in sports.

TETFund urges beneficiaries to embrace transparency

Fourteen new public tertiary institutions in Nigeria have been enlisted as beneficiaries of the interventions of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), which brings the total number of beneficiaries to 216.

Justice Yunusa admits accepting money from lawyers

Justice Mohammed Yunusa, former Federal High Court Judge, on Tuesday admitted before a Lagos Special Offences Court, Ikeja, that collecting bribe from lawyers with pending cases was wrong and unethical.
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90% of APC members against you – Abubakar Gerei tells Adams Oshiomhmole

A leader of the All Progressives Congress in Adamawa State, Senator Abubakar Gerei, has told the National Chairman of the party, Adams Oshiomhole, that over 90 per cent of party members were against him.
Zimbabwe President elect Emmerson Mnangagwa smiles in the garden of The State House in Harare on August 3, 2018, at the end of a press conference. Mnangagwa defended the landmark election in which he was declared victorious, despite claims from the opposition of vote-rigging. / AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI

Panic buying: Zimbabwe lifts import ban

Zimbabwe lifted a ban on the import of basic goods and foodstuffs on Tuesday after shelves were emptied in recent weeks by consumers panicking over a deepening currency crisis.