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NCDC: Cholera spreads to nine states

The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) said cholera has spread to nine states and blamed the rise on contamination of drinking water supplies by excreta from infected people.

Cholera: MSF sets up treatment centre in Bauchi

Doctors Without Borders, also known as Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), has set up a cholera treatment center in the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Teaching Hospital Bauchi to manage the rising number of cases in the state.

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APC: No elections in Rivers without our candidates

The All Progressives Congress Governorship campaign organisation in Rivers state has declared there will be no elections if its candidates are not listed in the ballot in compliance with a Court of Appeal ruling for stay of execution.

Bank, staff, 2 others face trial over N10 million fraud

The Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF), has arraigned First Bank Plc, its Trade and Relationship Manager, Maza Maza branch, Lagos, Innocent, Chidozie Amadi and two others before the Federal High Court, Lagos, for allegedly defrauding a customer to the tune of N10, 015,172, million.

PDP: INEC released excess result sheets to encourage rigging

The Peoples Democratic Party in Ekiti State on Sunday accused the Independent National Electoral Commission in the state of providing for electoral fraud in last Saturday’s rescheduled presidential and National Assembly elections by releasing excess polling units result sheets, Form EC8A.

Katsina donates N500,000 to parents of deceased corps member

The Katsina State government has donated the sum of N500,000 to the parents of a corps member, Ibrahim Shehu Zango, who died recently in a ghastly motor accident.

Catholic bishop urges Nigerians to keep faith with INEC

Bishop Paulinus Ezeokafor of the Catholic Diocese of Awka, has called on Nigerians to adjust to the inconveniences that the shift in the dates for the conduct of the general elections would cause them.