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Nigeria Digest of Education Statistics
News statistics released by the Federal Government has indicated that the number of out-of-school children in the country has increased to 10.7 million.
Lagos State Government has declared its commitment to food security in the state by ensuring optimum utilization of its natural endowment in the agricultural sector.
Taiwan's president pushed for a swift investigation on Monday after an express train derailed on a coastal tourist route, killing 18 people as it sent sleeping passengers flying.
Over 200,000 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members and supporters of former Vice President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar have defected to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
The Civil Liberties Organisation (CLO) has cautioned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) against acts that may disenfranchise Zamfara State electorate in 2019.
The police said they have completed investigation into the multiple Offa robbery incidents and sent the case file to the Kwara State Attorney-General, Kamaldeen Ajibade, as instructed by the Attorney-General of the Federation.
The House of Representatives on Thursday stepped down the debate on the Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill 2018 currently before it.
Zenith Water Project has urged the Federal Government to ensure the treatment of water sources in communities affected by cholera outbreaks to improve water quality and curb spread of the disease.
Two members of the House of Representatives from the two major political parties in Nigeria, All Progressives Congress (APC) and People’s Democratic Party (PDP), on Thursday resigned their membership from the parties.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has attributed the Oct. 12 pipeline explosion in some communities in Osissioma Local Government Area of Abia, to lack of routine pipeline maintenance.
The Lagos State Judiciary delivered a total of 23,900 judgments within the last one year, according to the state Chief Judge, Justice Opeyemi Oke.