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Nigeria: The Plight Of Plateau Rural Woman As Attacks Rage On

Nigeria: The Plight Of Plateau Rural Woman As Attacks Rage On

  By Martha Agas, NAN Mrs. Vou Dido, a 90-year-old grandmother from Gidan Akwati village in Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau, has formed a habit of talking to herself since she was taken to the camp sheltering displaced victims of the recent attacks that destroyed her village. The attacks claimed the lives of […]

Nigeria: Kaduna Community Where Pregnant Women Die Due To Government Neglect

KANGIMIN UBANGIDA is a community in Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Northwest Nigeria that has been abandoned in all facet of life by successive administrations in the state, yet they pay taxes and participate in politics. It is35km away from Kaduna town and about 12 km away from the local government headquarters with […]

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I Crawled Inside The Gutters To Escape Death In Kaduna Crisis – Nigerian Journalist

  By Temitope Mustapha Passing through Kaduna State on Sunday 21st of October 2018, to connect to Kano State for a two day Media Dialogue on ‘Equity for the Girl Child Education’ , I never thought would end up bloody for me. About 4:35pm (local time), Two times this gentleman who was in the same car with me […]

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Climate Change: Millions Of Aquatic Life Endangered In Nigeria

    By: Ibrahima Yakubu/Mike Odeh James/Mayen Etim Two-third of world marine life is considered endangered species due to climate change and improper disposal of chemicals which affects living organisms in streams, Rivers or the oceans. Marine life is the plants, animals and other organisms that live in the salt water of the sea or […]

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SPECIAL REPORT: FIFA Presidency: Internal Politics That Caused Nigeria A Chance

  At a time FIFA president was supposed to come from Africa especially to Nigeria given that Africa was the next after Europe (which has produced eight presidents since the establishment of FIFA in 1904) in six regional grouped confederations namely, Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania, South America and North and Central America, Odimegwu Onwumere writes that the […]

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4th Distinguished Lecturer Of Nigerian Institute Of Architects, Aduku Stands Tall

  By Joseph Edegbo   What looked like an assemblage of who is who in the architectural profession was the scenario at the 4th Distinguished Lecture of the Nigerian Institute of Architects held on the 24th September 2018 at Musa Yar’ Adua Centre, Abuja, the country’s capital.   Introduced in 2015, the Distinguished Lecture was […]

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Slaughterhouses, Highest Pollutants Of Environment In Nigeria

  By Ibrahima Yakubu/Mike Odeh James/Mayen Etim A slaughterhouse or abattoir is a facility where animals are slaughtered for consumption as food. Slaughterhouse in Nigeria is more than a facility where animals are processed for human consumption; it also serves as market where people gathered for exchange of goods and services.   In a typical […]

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Special Report: Ozone Day: Save The Ozone Layer, Engage Environment-Friendly Activities

  By Gabriel Agbeja and Ijeoma Olorunfemi, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) The theme of previous observance of the Ozone Day on every September 16, particularly that of 2017, “Caring for all life under the sun’’, has clearly stated importance of the ozone layer to the life on earth. Scientists posit that the layer was […]

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