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Kaduna government unfolds plans to execute development projects

The Kaduna State Government on Tuesday revealed its plans to execute development projects in the state capital.
Four policemen, attached to the IGP’s Special Intelligence Response Team, have been attacked by a gang in Ogoja, Cross River State.1

In Pictures: Car snatching syndicate members attack operatives of police special squad

Less than a week after the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, warned policemen to stop indiscriminate use of their rifles, four policemen, attached to the IGP’s Special Intelligence Response Team, have been attacked by a gang in Ogoja, Cross River State.

Pyrates mark World Health Day with free prostate cancer screening

The World Health Day, a global health awareness event, was commemorated on April 7. The date, which incidentally coincides with the founding of the World Health Organisation in 1948, has this year’s theme as Universal Health Coverage for all.

Man commits suicide after bathing wife with acid

The Police in Anambra has commenced investigation into the cause of the suicide committed by one Daniel Okafor after bathing his wife, Pauline with acid on Tuesday at Nsugbe, near Onitsha.

Ogun government to build NHIS clinic in honour of philanthropist

In appreciation of the contribution of one of the State Philanthropists, Chief Olatunde Abudu, to the health sector, Ogun State Government says it would build a National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) Clinic in Saje Hospital, Abeokuta, in his honour.

Police parade 33 suspected IPOB members over inspector’s killing

The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) yesterday said it paraded 33 suspected members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) over the killing of an Inspector of Police.

34 IPOB members arrested for killing Police Inspector, wounding DPO, burning patrol van

Thirty-four members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra have been arrested for the killing of a Police Inspector, injuring a Divisional Police Officer and setting ablaze a police patrol van in Nnewi, Anambra State.

Father of separated conjoined twins lauds UniAbuja teaching hospital

Mr Ferdinand Ozugwe, the father of separated conjoined twins, has commended the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (UATH), Gwagwalada, FCT, for the successful surgery on his children.
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ABSUTH: Pipeline fire victims died of severe burns, not incompetence

The Abia State University Teaching Hospital (ABSUTH), Aba, has said that four out of five victims of Osisioma pipeline fire died of severe burn injuries and not due to incompetence of its personnel.

Kashim Shettima: Borno kidney centre to offer free dialysis

An ultra-modern kidney centre where renal patients would be treated freely, will soon be commissioned, the governor of Borno State, Kashim Shettima, has said.

UCH Ibadan doctors, nurses shun nationwide strike

The University College Hospital, Ibadan has remained open to patients in need of medical attention in spite of the nationwide strike called by the organised labour.

Newly elected Benue NUJ chairman passes on

The Benue State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has lost its newly elected chairman, Mr David Ukuma, barely two months after he assumed office.
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WHO: Nigeria to be two years polio free in August

The World Health Organisation (WHO) Coordinator in Cross River, Dr Thompson Igbu, says Nigeria would be polio free by August 2018.

Police: 20 killed, 48 injured as explosion rocks Borno village

No fewer than twenty persons have been confirmed killed after an explosion in Damboa Local Government Area of Borno State.

Generals Gowon, Obasanjo laud Afe Babalola University for boosting Nigeria’s education image

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and former head of state, Gen. Yakubu Gowon, have described Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti (ABUAD) as a citadel of learning that has brought improved the academic image of the country at the international level.

UBTH seeks partnership with UNIBEN for effective health delivery

Chairman Board of Management, University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Bashorun Adedoja Adewolu, on Tuesday, called on the Management of the University of Benin to partner the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) in the area of research and training for effective health delivery system in the country.

Lassa fever kills two pregnant women in Benue

The Benue State Government, Thursday, confirmed that two pregnant women and one other person have died in Makurdi as a result of outbreak of Lassa fever in the state.

Governor Ayade signs anti-kidnapping bill into law

Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State has signed the State’s anti-kidnapping bill into law. The law prescribes death penalty for kidnappers.

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Lagos government scales up fish production

Lagos State Government says it is implementing programmes and projects that would upscale fish production and harness the enormous economic opportunities available in the agricultural value chains in the State.

Chad declares emergency in east after dozens die in ethnic violence

Chad President Idriss Deby declared a state of emergency in two eastern provinces on Sunday after violent intercommunal clashes left dozens dead earlier this month.
A board member of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Brown Ebewele, says the country is risking its chances of winning the forthcoming African Games following the choice of athletes by the federation to represent the country.

African Games: Organisers formally welcome Team Nigeria

Organisers of the 12th African Games on Sunday, officially welcomed Team Nigeria to “Rabat 2019”, with a flag-raising ceremony at the Games Village located at the International University of Rabat.

Police found decomposing body of farm worker on mango tree

The Police in Ogun State have discovered the decomposing remains of a farm worker, who was allegedly murdered by his boss, over allegation of stealing.

Pastor blames devil, poor tithes for stealing N1.2 million SUV

The Pastor of Jesus Miracle Church at No. 16, Ado-Odo Road, Afan, Sango-Ota, Ogun State, Jeremiah Ehindero, has said he stole a N1.2million vehicle when his congregation’s tithes and offerings was not enough to pay off a N650,000 bank loan.