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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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Special Report: When Sports Is Not Profitable In Cross River State

  In this report, Odimegwu Onwumere unearths the tall dream for those who had hope in Obudu International Mountain Race once regarded as World-Class Mountain Race   “The 10th edition of the annual Obudu International Mountain Race and the 6th African mountain running championships will hold on Saturday November 8 2014 at the Obudu ranch resort in Obudu,” said […]

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Special Report: Nigeria: Beyond Oil Spillage In Niger Delta

  Between 1970 to 2018, the Niger Delta region has recorded over 10,000 oil spillages and hardly were the affected communities compensated or quick clean-up of the affected communities impacted,Odimegwu Onwumere writes   Oil spill has become a recurring decimal in the Niger Delta region since 1956 that oil was first found in Nigeria.   The […]

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Investigative Analysis: Beyond Airlifting Yusuf

  It is eight months after Yusuf, the son of President Muhammadu Buhari, survived a power bike accident he had in Abuja which prompted his airlift. In this investigative analysis, Odimegwu Onwumere writes on the imperatives to put Nigeria’s health care into shape   He could not be airlifted immediately and hurried to St. Josefs Hospital in […]

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Investigation: World’s Transportation And Trade Future In Digital Technology

  By Odimegwu Onwumere There has been an argument on transportation and trade since the early decades of last century, and this has become commonplace around the globe. Summits are held in the USA without a gap for stakeholders to discuss innovations in people and individual transit and goods. One such summit is the 2018 International […]

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South Africa’s Day In History As  She Marks 24 Years of Democratic Governance

South Africa’s founding President Nelson Mandela was on this day, 24 years ago, inaugurated as Head of State. Mandela took the Oath of Office as the first President of a democratic dispensation at a ceremony held at the Union Buildings. The day followed the historic 27 April 1994 elections, which saw South Africans across the […]

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Nigeria: Why Pregnant Women In Kaduna Community Don’t Go For Antenatal

  By Stella Kabruk Women in Keke makeri community in Kaduna State, have attributed their poor attendance of antenatal care to lack of health facilities in their community. The women also decried lack of access road to the nearest Primary Health Center which is about 40 kilometres from the village. Some of the women who spoke in […]

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