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About 4.54 million trees have been planted and maintained in Katsina State under the Improved Fuel Wood Balance project supported by the European Union (EU).
The Federal Government, Friday, sacked the Manager of Idu and Rigasa train station including all the ticket sellers and porters involved in extorting money from passengers.
The President of FIFA, Gianni Infantino, says the ban on international football matches in Libya will be lifted soon.
The Bayelsa State Police Command has given graphic details of how its men were attacked in Amassoma community, Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of the state over the unrest at the Niger Delta University.
Disgraced former FIFA president Sepp Blatter told L'Equipe that Michel Platini can bounce back from his ban from football to take charge of the governing body.
The director general of National Information and Technology Development Agency, NITDA, Dr. Isa Ibrahim Pantami, says full implementation of e-Government and proper deployment of ICT tools can cut down the cost of governance, improve national economic growth; enhance access and quality of services as well as render public agencies more transparent and accountable.
The Virology Centre of the Federal Teaching Hospital (FETHA), Abakaliki, says it has treated and discharged 98 patients who suffered attacks of Lassa fever in the state since January.
The management of Medview Airline has apologised to passengers over the inconveniences suffered following the disruption of its flight schedule on Thursday and early Friday.
The Federal Government on Wednesday assured that it had not abandoned efforts to rescue Miss Leah Sharibu, the Christian school girl still left in the captivity of Boko Haram.
The Kwara State Police Command has called on residents to provide useful information to apprehend those responsible for the shooting incident at Tanke junction area of Ilorin on Wednesday night.
Ms Reeta Roy, the President of MasterCard Foundation, a multinational firm, on Monday said the foundation targeted to empower 30 million young Africans economically.
Saudi Arabia has agreed to release 1,000 Ethiopian nationals who have been in prison in the Gulf state for a variety of offences, Ethiopian state-affiliated media said.