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The minister in-charge of First Baptist Church, Sabongari, Zaria, Kaduna, Rev. Isaac Gbadero, says that untruthfulness, religious intolerance, unequal treatment, especially by political leaders, were some of the factors fueling crisis in Kaduna State.
The Federal Government negotiating team with the Academic Staff Union of Universities has said one of the reasons for the ongoing strike in the universities is the refusal of the lecturers to agree to being held accountable for funds released for the development of the education sector.
The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) said it saved about N949.6 billion depositors’ funds in failed Skye Bank.
Togo will look to claim the major scalp of Algeria when the teams meet in a vital 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the Municipal Stadium in Lome on Sunday, 18 November 2018, kick-off at 18h00 CAT.
A team, led by researchers from University of Exeter and University of South Australia, analysed UK Biobank data from over 48,000 people with depression and compared them with another group of more than 290,000 people.
The Baale of Ferowa village in Ifo local government area of Ogun state, Chief Muyideen Folorunso, has been arrested by men of Ogun State Police Command for involvement in alleged dubious land deal worth N15.5 million.
Italian police on Tuesday bulldozed a symbolic makeshift camp in Rome which has housed tens of thousands of migrants during their journeys to northern Italy and the rest of Europe.
The Manchester City boss faces old rival Jose Mourinho, whose Manchester United side delayed them winning last season’s Premier League title with a surprise 3-2 win at the Etihad Stadium in April.
Arsenal say forward Danny Welbeck has a "significant" right ankle injury after being hurt during Thursday's Europa League game against Sporting Lisbon.
The President of Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF), Musa Nimrod, has appealed to the Federation of International Volleyball (FIVB) to assist the federation in training their coaches.
Public databases that shine a light on online political ads launched by Facebook and Google before Tuesday’s U.S. elections, offer the public the first broad view of how quickly the companies yank advertisements that break their rules.