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Nigeria to host Africa cup track championships

There are indications that Nigeria may host the 2019 Africa Cup Track Championships in Abuja.

CFN: Cooperative bank to start operations January 2019

The President of Cooperative Federation of Nigeria (CFN), Chief Tajudeen Oriyomi Ayeola, has said it is floating a national cooperative bank which will begin operations in January 2019.

Bicycle Day: Minister to partner states to create bicycles pathways

The Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi, said on Tuesday that the ministry would partner with state governments to create easy pathways for bicycles across the country.

UN World Bicycle Day: FCTA promises to establish bicycle parks

The FCT Administration (FCTA) on Monday in Abuja promised to established bicycle parks in the territory to encourage more people to see bicycle as a means of transportation.

NGOs raise alarm over high rate of diabetes, infections in Kuje prison

A coalition of NGOs concerned with the welfare of prisoners and seeking to promote healthcare delivery in the country have raised alarm over the high rate of diabetes and skin infections among inmates of Kuje prison in the FCT.

CFN chief Giandomenico Massari expresses commitment to popularise cycling in Nigeria

The President, Cycling Federation of Nigeria (CFN), Giandomenico Massari, has said that the federation was committed to popularise the sports Nigeria’s six Geo-political zones.

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