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Red Cross trains FCT tricycle operators on first aid

The Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS), on Saturday, trained commercial tricycle operators in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on First Aid and basic emergency response on roads.
Phillip Prince Afolabi, 27, pictured, is wanted on 43 outstanding warrents.

Nigerian wanted in Canada on 43 charges linked to ‘serious domestic incidents’

A Nigerian man, Philip Prince Afolabi, 27, has been declared wanted by Calgary Police in Canada after he disappeared while he was released on bail.

UNICEF pledges to address violence against children

The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has expressed its commitment to continue to partner with government at all levels and all stakeholders to address the high prevalence of violence against children in Nigeria.

Red Cross harps on benefits of First Aid training, services

The Nigeria Red Cross Society (NRCS) has advised organisations, employees and individuals to provide First Aid training and services at work places to meet emergency needs.

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