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Dapchi schoolboy ‘pure water’ vendor freed by Boko Haram

Here is the face of the Dapchi schoolboy, a pure water vendor captured by Boko Haram on 19 February, along with 111 schoolgirls.

NAFDAC warns against drinking unregistered sachet water

The National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control in Kano State, has advised the residents against the consumption of packaged water produced by unregistered factories.

NAPTIP arrests medical doctor over baby factory in Abuja

The Medical Doctor running an illegal maternity and baby factory in Nyanya, near Abuja, has been arrested and his facilities sealed.

Lagos agency awards N5 billion loans to 6,600 beneficiaries

The Executive Secretary, Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF), Akintunde Oyebode, has said that the Fund had approved and provided loans worth N5billion to 6,600 beneficiaries since inception.

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Foreign media head to North Korea for nuclear site destruction

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