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ActionAid Nigeria

ActionAid challenges Nigerians on tax payment

Mrs Ene Obi, the Country-Director of Actionaid, a non governmental organisation has called on all taxable citizens and corporate bodies to pay their correct taxes to boost national development.
ActionAid Nigeria

ActionAid launches peace clubs in Kogi schools

ActionAid Nigeria (AAN) and Participation Initiative for Behavioural Change in Development (PIBCID) has inaugurated peace clubs in six pilot schools in Kogi state as part of efforts to address the menace of violent extremism, radicalism amongst youths and build peace across communities in the state.
Leah Sharibu

ActionAid calls on FG to promptly rescue Alice Loksha, Leah Sharibu, others

An international humanitarian organization, ActionAid Nigeria, yesterday, called on the Federal Government, to promptly rescue of Alice Loksha, Leah Sharibu, and others still in the captivity of Boko Haram.
ActionAid Nigeria

ActionAid calls for release of Leah Sharibu, others

After Monday’s gruesome killing of Hauwa Liman, an aid worker in Nigeria, by Boko Haram, ActionAid Nigeria has appealed to the federal government to consider, as a priority, the release of Alice Loksha, Leah Sharibu, and other abducted civilians.
ActionAid Nigeria

ActionAid urges federal government to increase tax revenue to fund education

The Country Director, Actionaid Nigeria, Mrs Ene Obi has urged federal and state governments to take decisive steps to increase the funds allocated to the education sector in order to improve the quality of education.

2019: ActionAid seeks participation of women, youths, PWD

ActionAid Nigeria (AAN), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), has called for the active participation of women, youths and Persons Living with Disabilities (PWD) in the 2019 general elections.

Kogi government to establish 12 cottage industries in 9 local councils

Kogi State Government has concluded plans to establish 12 cottage industries in nine local government areas to boost the economy of rural communities, an official has disclosed.

President Buhari: Why Chibok girls remain in captivity

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday said the remaining girls abducted by terrorists from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, four years ago were still in captivity because of some setbacks in the negotiation between the Federal Government and the Boko Haram sect.

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