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One month after health workers, under the auspices of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU), embarked on an indefinite strike to drive home its demands for improved welfare and other issues, health care provisions at the federal health facilities and some state hospitals have been grounded.
Senate President Bukola Saraki in white flowing robe with black cap to match, was led into the Senate Chambers by the Sergeant-at-arms at about 11.02 am followed by the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, and Senate Leader, Senator Ahmad Lawan.
President Donald Trump said Monday he was apologizing on behalf of the whole country to his new conservative Supreme Court justice after one of the most contentious confirmation processes in US history.
The Federal Government will, on Tuesday, organise a sensitisation walk as part of its activities to celebrate the 2018 World Food Day slated for October 16.
The Catholic Diocese of Makurdi has announced the death of Reverend Father Angus Fraser, believed to be the longest serving teacher and missionary in Nigeria.
Oil prices rose on Tuesday on growing evidence of falling crude exports from Iran, OPEC’s third-largest producer, before the imposition of new U.S. sanctions and a partial shutdown in the Gulf of Mexico due to Hurricane Michael.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisted Manchester City are still the "biggest force" in the Premier League as the Reds attempt to dethrone the champions.
Guinea have called-up uncapped Napoli midfielder Amadou Diawara for their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers with Rwanda.
Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday to take a 67 point lead in the Formula One championship and stand on the brink of a fifth title.
Governor Bindow Jibrilla of Adamawa State has said he remains loyal to President Muhammadu Buhari even as he raised concern over an alleged plot by some unnamed politicians who lost out in the APC primaries to blackmail him by pitching him against the presidency.
Top United Nations relief and development officials have called on national and international partners to step up support for humanitarian efforts in Northeastern Nigeria ravaged by Boko Haram’s insurgency.