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Rivers government sets up technical committee to tackle soot

Rivers State government has set up technical committee to implement the recommendations of the scientific committee established to investigate the prevalence of soot, in a move to finally resolve the challenge facing the state.

Prostate cancer: Expert advises men above 50 years to eat more fats from plants

Dr Jide Owolana, the Chief Medical Director, Living Standard Hospital, Benin, has advised men of 50 years and above to choose low fat diet, eat more fat from plants than animals.

Physician: Desist from applying bleaching creams on the skin

A medical practitioner, Dr Ayopo Adeyemi, has advised Nigerians to desist from applying bleaching creams on their skins, saying such could have negative effects on their health.

Federal govt urged to fund waste management

An ecologist, Mr Habib Omotosho, has urged the government to provide adequate funds for relevant waste management authorities to purchase more waste evacuation equipment.

President Buhari’s response to killings by herdsmen feeble, half-hearted – Alani Akinrinade

Alani Akinrinade, former Chief of Army Staff, on Monday said President Muhammadu Buhari was not doing enough to stop killings by Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria.

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Senator Bode Ola wants release of June 12 election results

Sen. Bode Ola, a lawmaker in the 6th Assembly and Chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti, has urged President Muhammad Buhari to order the immediate release of the June 12,1993 election results annulled by the military government.
France are “outsiders” for the Women’s World Cup, according to boss Corinne Diacre, despite the hosts all but securing a place in the knockout stage with victory over Norway.

WWC: France edge past Norway in front of 34,000

France are “outsiders” for the Women’s World Cup, according to boss Corinne Diacre, despite the hosts all but securing a place in the knockout stage with victory over Norway.
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Huawei asks Verizon for more than $1 billion in patent licensing fees

Huawei has told Verizon that the U.S. carrier should pay licensing fees for more than 230 of the Chinese telecoms equipment maker’s patents and in aggregate is seeking more than $1 billion, a person briefed on the matter said on Wednesday.
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Nigerian national arrested in India for $216,000 fraud

The Delhi police have arrested a yet to be identified Nigerian for allegedly duping dozens of Indians under a fraudulent scheme, officials said on Thursday.
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Real Madrid has spent €300 and still yearning for more

Real Madrid has spent €300 million this summer and the La Liga giants are still aiming to sign more this summer after a poor campaign last season.