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FCT Minister announces days markets will be opened in Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has announced days of the week when markets will operate in Abuja. The markets...
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FCT Minister announces days markets will be opened in Abuja

Airtel donates N1.9bn to fight COVID-19

Airtel Nigeria has announced a commitment of over N1.9bn towards the fight against COVID-19 in Nigeria. Airtel, in a statement...
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Airtel donates N1.9bn to fight COVID-19

FG to employ 774,000 youths to clear gutters, streets, others

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has approved the temporary employment of 774, 000 people who will engage in...
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FG to employ 774,000 youths to clear gutters, streets, others

COVID-19: Lagos State Government rejects doctors from China

Lagos State government on Monday said it is not expecting any Chinese doctors for support to tackle its Coronavirus(COVID-19) pandemic,...
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COVID-19: Lagos State Government rejects doctors from China

Lagos State Government pegs entry age into JSS1 at 12 years

The Lagos State Government will from the next academic session enforce the entry age of 12 years for pupils seeking...
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Lagos State Government pegs entry age into JSS1 at 12 years

FG DECLARES FRIDAY, MONDAY EASTER HOLIDAYS

  The Federal Government has declared Friday and Monday as public holidays to mark the Easter Celebration. The Minister of...
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FG DECLARES FRIDAY, MONDAY EASTER HOLIDAYS

Lockdown: FCT reopens markets three days a week

  The Federal Capital Territory Administration has directed that markets in the territory will now operate from 7am to 2...
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Lockdown: FCT reopens markets three days a week

ABACHA LOOT: UK BACKS US, OPPOSES FG’S PLAN TO PAY BAGUDU $110M

  The United Kingdom has joined the United States in resisting a plan by the Nigerian government to give Kebbi...
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ABACHA LOOT: UK BACKS US, OPPOSES FG’S PLAN TO PAY BAGUDU $110M

COVID-19: WHAT WE ARE DOING TO BRING BACK NIGERIANS ABROAD – ONYEAMA

  The Nigerian government has revealed the measures being put in place to address the concerns of Nigerians in the...
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COVID-19: WHAT WE ARE DOING TO BRING BACK NIGERIANS ABROAD – ONYEAMA

SUICIDE BOMBERS KILL SEVEN IN CAMEROON

  Seven people were killed when two suicide bombers, suspected to be members of Nigeria’s Boko Haram jihadist group, attacked...
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  • FCT Minister announces days markets will be opened in Abuja

    The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has announced days of the week when markets will operate in Abuja. The markets in the territory will now only operate three times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 7.000 am to 2:00 pm. The FCT Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello, gave this directive in Abuja on Monday, April 6...
  • Airtel donates N1.9bn to fight COVID-19

    Airtel Nigeria has announced a commitment of over N1.9bn towards the fight against COVID-19 in Nigeria. Airtel, in a statement on Sunday, said N200m would be used to provide an isolation centre or any required medical facility agreed with the appropriate health authority in the country, while another N120m would be used to provide over 100,000...
  • FG to employ 774,000 youths to clear gutters, streets, others

    The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has approved the temporary employment of 774, 000 people who will engage in sweeping of streets, markets and clearing of gutters for a period of three months. The initiative will be funded from the N60bn COVID-19 Intervention Fund and will last from October to December 2020, according to the...

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  • Federal government has commenced the Disbursement of 20,000 to 1 million Nigerians

      ABUJA—THE Federal Government began disbursement of N5, 000 to one million indigent Nigerians in the country yesterday. Beneficiaries of the money are from the Conditional Cash Transfers Scheme, who were paid N20,000 each covering four months. The action, according to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiya Faroug, is in line with recent...
  • Europe records more than 500,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19

    More than 500,000 coronavirus infections have been diagnosed in Europe, over half the global total, according to a tally by AFP from official sources at 1000 GMT Thursday. The continent has recorded 508,271 cases and 34,571 COVID-19 deaths, compared to global figures of 940,815 and 47,836 respectively. The worst-hit countries are Italy with 13,155 fatalities and Spain with...
  • Relationship Tuesday with Deborah Oluwajesiku published by Ojo Olumide Emmanuel

    Relationship Tuesday with Deborah Oluwajesiku is an inspired platform to talk about important relationship gists that can help individuals maintain blossoming relationships.
  • Implications of Pandemic Covid 19 on the economy of Nigeria by Ndaminin Adamu Mohammed

    The case of pandemic covid19 in Nigeria has a serious significant trauma on the economy of our great country. Meaning to say that it affects the financial stands of the country, in the sense that it will curtail the rate of importation and exportation which will actually circumvent to affect the value of currency. Apart from...
  • BREAKING (Covid-19): FG to convert NYSC camps and stadiums to isolation centres

    The Federal Government says four stadia in the country will be used as isolation centres in the fight against coronavirus pandemic. It also said all National Youth Service Corps orientation camps in the country would as well be used as isolation centres. Minister of Youth and Sports, Sunday Dare, made this known on Friday via Twitter. He wrote,...
  • CORONAVIRUS MAY BE TRANSMITTED SEXUALLY – MINISTER OF HEALTH, EHANIRE OSAGIE

    Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire has disclosed that there is a high possibility of coronavirus being transmitted sexually. Ehanire said this during an emergency press briefing in Abuja on Thursday March 26. He said; “I believe that if a person is positive, the virus can be transmitted sexually.” There is however a lot of research ongoing on the...
  • CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN: PROVIDE RELIEF FOR NIGERIANS, LAWAN TELLS BUHARI

    The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has called on the Federal Government to immediately devise ways of providing relief for poor Nigerians whose daily livelihood will be affected as a result of the restriction on movement due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Lawan, according to a statement by his media aide, Ezrel Tabiowo, made the appeal...
  • UBA DONATES N5BN CORONAVIRUS RELIEF PACKAGE TO LAGOS, OTHERS

    Punch Newspapers – The most widely read newspaper in Nigeria logo 5' NEWS UBA donates N5bn coronavirus relief package to Lagos, others Published Kayode Oyero United Bank for Africa Plc has announced the donation of a N5 billion relief package to support governments across Africa in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic which has infected about 2,000 people in...
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  • Bayern Munich Resume Training But Hugs, Handshakes Are Banned

      Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich resumed training Monday for the first time since the German league was suspended due to coronavirus but the players were put through their paces in small groups and maintained social distancing measures. Keeping at least 1.5 metres from each other, players including captain Manuel Neuer, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller trained together...
  • Premier League players’ ‘backs against wall’ over coronavirus, says Rose

    Newcastle defender Danny Rose is willing to contribute a portion of his wages to those fighting the coronavirus outbreak but says Premier League players feel their "backs are against the wall". Top-flight stars have come under increasing pressure to take pay cuts from government officials after a number of clubs said they would use public money...
  • WIMBLEDON CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

      Wimbledon organisers on Wednesday scrapped the grasscourt Grand Slam for the first time since World War II as the coronavirus wreaks further havoc on the global sporting calendar. The cancellation of the only grasscourt major at the All England Club leaves the season in disarray, with no tennis due to be played until mid-July. “Devastated,” tweeted eight-time...
  • SPORTS MINISTER MOURNS AS PARALYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST NDIDI NWOSU DIES

      Nigeria’s Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medalist, Ndidi Nwosu, has died after battle with illness. Ndidi’s death was confirmed by a former President of the Nigeria Powerlifting Federation (NPPF), Queen Uboh-Idris. According to Uboh-Idris, she was called and informed of the development which took place on March 1st in Owerri by the husband of the powerlifter, Ikechukwu Nwosu. She...
  • Super Falcons Move Up In Latest FIFA World Ranking

    The Super Falcons of Nigeria climbed one spot from 39th to 38th in the most recent FIFA/Coca-Cola Women's World Ranking, Completesports.com reports. The positioning was distributed on FIFA's legitimate site on Friday. In Africa, the Falcons who are Africa Cup of Nations champions, stay number one. Unyielding Lionesses of Cameroon dropped two spots from 49th to 51 and...
  • Olympics, IOC accounts hacked – Twitter

    Twitter said on Saturday that an official Twitter account of the Olympics and the media Twitter account of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) had been hacked and temporarily locked. The accounts were hacked through a third-party platform, a spokesperson for the social media platform said in an emailed statement, without giving further details. “As soon as we...
  • New Barca coach eyes Osimhen, others

    SUPER Eagles and Lille of France striker Victor Osimhen’s chances of joining Spanish giants Barcelona may have suffered a setback as new Barcelona boss Quique Setien has kept mute over the possibility of signing a new striker this month. Setien was officially unveiled as Ernesto Valverde’s successor yesterday after signing a two-and-a-half-year deal at Camp Nou...
  • Sadio Mane emerges as Africa’s best player of the year

    Saido Mane was on Tuesday crowned the 2019 CAF Player of The Year ahead of Mohamed Salah (Egypt) and Riyad Mahrez (Algeria), Sports Extra reports. The 2019 CAF Awards ceremony was held at the Albatros Citadel Sahl Hasheesh, Hurghada, Egypt, with top football dignitaries in attendance. Mane, who had been a finalist in the previous three editions,...
  • Mane, Salah, Mahrez battle for CAF’s best player award of the year

       It’s been 20 years since a Nigerian player won the CAF Player Of The Year Award and the wait will continue when the 2019 CAF Awards ceremony holds at the Albatros Citadel Sahl Hasheesh, Hurghada, Egypt on Tuesday (tonight), Sports Extra reports. Nwankwo Kanu was the last recipient of the award in 1999, beating Ghanaian defender Samuel...
  • Enyimba International FC sacks Coach Abd’Allah

    Enyimba International Football Club of Aba on Monday said it has relieved team head coach/Technical Adviser, Usman Abd’Allah, of his job with the club. Felix Anyansi-Agwu, the club’s chairman, said in a statement that after a string of disappointing results the club believes it must set a new course. “The club has to regain its competitive edge...
Tech
  • Whatsapp will stop working on these devices

    Earlier in the year, Facebook, the owner of WhatsApp, stopped people from creating new accounts on Windows phones. The reason for doing so, according to the company, was because it has stopped developing updates for the platform, and as such there would not be new updates or features for the OS. Reports say the app company is stopping support for devices whose operating systems do not have...
  • Nigeria is one of the top 20 countries affected by spam calls and SMS globally

    Once again, Nigeria is one of the top 20 countries affected by spam calls and SMS globally, a report by Truecaller has revealed. According to the report released on Tuesday, the average Truecaller user in Nigeria receives 8.4 spam calls per month, which is 20% higher than last year. This year, Brazil topped the list, with the average Truecaller user receiving 45.6 spam calls monthly. ...
  • Very Easy: How to Track, Disable, and Wipe a Lost iPhone, iPad, or Mac

    Oya now, where are the iPhone smartphone users in the market and at home, shey you've been looking for a way to retrieve back your lost devices or what to do when they eventually steal them from you, you've arrived at the best answer to your curiosity and therefore need not to worry too much. Let's get right on the ride. Into the real oyinbo...
  • Improvement : cows using headsets in milk production

    In an attempt to reduce cows’ anxiety and hopefully increase their dairy production, a cattle farm in Moscow’s Ramensky district has equipped its herd with specially-designed virtual reality headsets. Research has shown that there is a link between a cow’s emotional state and its daily milk yield. In the past, we’ve heard of dairy farms playing soothing classical music for their cows to lower their stress...
  • Amazing! First carbon fibre car build by a 25 year old Nigerian

    PHOTOS: 25 Year-Old Nigerian, Jerry Mallo Designs, Builds And Unveils Nigerian First Carbon Fibre Car In Jos withinnigeria.com 25-year-old Nigerian engineer, Jerry Mallo, has successfully designed and assembled Nigerian first carbon fibre car which he named ‘Bennie Purrie.’ The new car was unveiled at Transcorp Hilton in Abuja on Thursday, 28th November where the governor of Plateau state, Simon Lalung, chaired the occasion. Speaking with newsmen on Friday after...
  • Former Konga boss Shagaya’s uLesson set to raise $3.1 million ahead of 2020 launch

    In a seed-level round led by TLcom Capital, edtech startup uLesson has raised $3.1 million to scale its audiovisual education content service across Africa. The company says it will use the funding to bring its suite of video lessons, quizzes and tests to the West African market, with a plan to create culture-specific content for East Africa. “uLesson has built the technology to deploy curriculum-relevant content via...
  • VIVO V17PRO is the Best Android phone you will want to go for

    Photography is the new rave! Every day, people around the world take about three million pictures with their smartphones. This describes how photography has become a huge part of our lifestyle. So it goes without saying that everyone wants a smartphone with a good camera. As a smartphone brand, vivo understands this trend and has consistently improved its camera features to give its consumers a super...
  • Why are Nigerians so in love with cryptocurrencies?

    For the average 18 to 35-year-old Nigerian, the words “Bretton Woods” probably don’t mean much. However, every time they’re charged for ATM withdrawals or incur fees for international money transfers, these two words are a stark reminder that Nigeria’s financial system was not designed with them in mind. The current financial system that underpins the Nigerian economy was created at the 1944 Bretton Woods conference held...

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