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The chairman of the Association of Registrars of Nigerian Universities (ARNU), Abubakar Mamuda has observed that the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, will have devastating effects on students, quality of education and the registrars themselves. Mamuda, who made the observation at the 71st Business Meeting of the association in Abuja, noted that strikes had grave consequences on the education and economy of the country.  The ARNU Chairman therefore enjoined all unions...

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The Kaduna State in collaboration with the National Malaria Elimination Programme and with funding support from the Global Fund Malaria Project has commenced the process of giving 2022 Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) to 5.5million residents of the state. Maryam I. Kure, the state’s health promotion officer, Kaduna State Ministry of Education disclosed this during a media parley held in Kaduna, explained that the ministry will flag off the campaign on 6th July, 2022, in an...

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ABUJA — The Supreme Court has dismissed a suit brought by President Buhari against the National Assembly challenging the legality of the controversial section 84 (12) of the Electoral Act 2022. In a judgment prepared and delivered by Justice Emmanuel Akomaye Agim, said the action of Buhari in instituting the case was declared as a gross abuse of court. The Apex Court held that Buhari, having assented to the Electoral Bill on February 25, 2022,...

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The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has threatened to embark on a nationwide strike if the Kaduna State government fails to reverse the decision to sack 2,357 teachers, including its national president, Audu Amba. The National Executive Council (NEC) of the union made its position known on Wednesday during its meeting at the Teachers House, Lugbe, Abuja. The union restated its commitment to stand by the president and other sacked teachers in the state. Kelvin...

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Rashid Shino (23yrs) ritualist suspected to have kidnapped a three-year-old girl; Mercy has been arrested by the Taraba State Command of the Vigilante Group of Nigeria (VGN). Munir Bello Arabi, the Jalingo local government Commander of the VGN, said the suspect was arrested at his single rented room residence in Magami area in Jalingo Local Government Area of the state. “The arrest of the suspect followed a report received of a missing girl from the...

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The 21 Intending pilgrims kidnapped by suspected bandits operating on the corridor linking the eastern part of Sokoto state from Isa LGA of the state on their way to Hajj Camp for takeoff to this year’s Pilgrimage have been rescued. Commissioner for Information in the state Alh Isah Bajini Galadanci in a press statement confirmed that all the 21 Intending pilgrims and the security escort, as well as their relatives, were rescued. The statement added...

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The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC in Nasarawa State has withdrawn registration officers deployed to Keana Local Government Area of the state over alleged extortion of eligible voters. Kudugu community in Keana Local Government Area of Nasarawa state had decried alleged extortion by INEC officials deployed to the area to register eligible voters in the ongoing Continuous Voter’s Registration. Acting Head of Voter Education and Publicity of INEC in the state Mr. Ibrahim Onawo stated...

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John McKissick, Deputy Representative in Nigeria of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said there are currently 3.2 million displaced persons in Nigeria. Speaking after a road walk in Abuja at the weekend to mark the 2022 World Refugee Day, McKissick said the figure represented a 9 per cent increase from last year including some 82,000 refugees. He also said there were over 100 million persons displaced the world over, adding that the...

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The Federal Government has trained farmers on modern techniques of groundnut farming to make the crop serve as an alternative source to oil export. Yusuf Isma’il Idris, NEPC Adviser in Gusau, who revealed this at a one-day workshop for groundnut farmers held in Maru local government of Zamfara state, said the move is to ensure that Nigerian crops meet international standards. Idris also said the Federal government had earmarked one farm product per state across...

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The Presidential candidates of the All Progressives Congress, Asíwájú Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and his Labour Party counterpart, Mr. Peter Obi have named their running mates while returning their duly completed nomination forms to the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC). The submission of the names of the running mates was in compliance with the Electoral Law and Guidelines of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC of June 17 2022 deadline for the submission of the names...

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