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UN condemns attack on aid workers

UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, on Saturday condemned attacks on civilians during crises globally, especially aid workers providing helps to victims of conflicts, saying the attacks were targeted.

US says it spent $7bn on humanitarian assistance in 2016

The U.S. spent more than seven billion dollars in 2016 to provide humanitarian assistance across the globe, the Department of State said on Friday.

Individuals can to lend a voice to end violence – Guterres

UN Secretary-General António Guterres has called on individuals to lend a voice to ending the senseless conflicts around the world.

World Humanitarian Day: UN aid chief calls for protection of workers

The UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Stephen O’Brien, has called for the protection of aid workers, saying it is “paramount” for the continued delivery of aid to victims.

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Commuters stranded along Lafia-Akwanga road, as flood submerge bridge

Commuters traveling through Lafia-Akwanga Federal Highway were on Friday left stranded for over six hours, following the heavy rain that flooded the bridge at Shabu near Lafia.

Minister: Power DisCos rattled by federal government’s resolution on service delivery

Also, the minister freely lampooned the Executive Director, Research and Advocacy of the Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED), Mr. Sunday Oduntan, who responded to his orders for the Discos. He specifically called Oduntan an interloper.

AGF: Why federal government cannot release ex-NSA Dasuki

The federal government has explained why the former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, will not be released in spite of bail granted.

Official: Enyimba’s July return to Aba no longer feasible

The Commissioner for Information in Abia, John Okiyi, has said that the government’s plan for Enyimba International FC to return to Enyimba Stadium, Aba, this month was no longer feasible.
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Missing migrants found in Mauritanian city

Senegalese migrants feared missing in the Mauritanian desert after their boat washed ashore have been found safe and well in the country’s second-largest city, a security source said Friday.