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Commencement speaker Civil Rights Attorney Benjamin Crump presents a $20,000 Social Justice Endowment Scholarship check The Alexander Durley Stadium of the Texas Southern University wore a new look, today, Saturday, May 8, 2021, as the institution marks its Spring 2021 Commencement Ceremonies. Today, the Interim President, Ken Huewitt, keynote Speaker, civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, the staff and faculty members, and a host of dignitaries and guests joined the graduating students to celebrate their success....

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Igbo’s recognizable flair for business and free enterprise did not start overnight. This story of an industrious Igbo son of the Nnewi clan, Joshua Chigbogu Ulasi is a historical validation.  Nnewi is the second-largest commercial and industrial city after Onitsha in Anambra State in southeastern Nigeria. Nicknamed “The City of the Millionaire” the town is also a major trading and manufacturing center in Nigeria, enduring high commercial activities, and attracting millions of people from other...

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Bauchi State Government is to spend the sum of 32,147,500,000 million naira for the conduct of Livestock vaccination campaign in the State which will cover vaccines, equipment and allowances of the personnel. Governor Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed today made this known while performing the official launching of the 2021 Annual Livestock vaccination Campaign at Galambi Cattle Ranch. A statement by Lawal Muazu Bauchi, Special Assistant on New Media to Governor Bala Mohammed said, the governor disclosed...

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Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) also known as Doctors Without Borders, has treated 2,260 children afflicted by malaria in Dusuman and Zabarmari villages near Maiduguri within the past six months. MSF has been operating in Borno, particularly in areas affected by insurgency since 2014. Mr Abdulkareem Yakubu, Field Communication Officer of MSF in a statement said the affected children were attended to by the organization’s mobile team. Yakubu said that MSF has been using various measures...

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The Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan who confirmed this in a statement on Wednesday said the three Local Government Areas have been under constant attacks by bandits in recent times. He said some residents of the village were also abducted, and cattle rustled during the attack, while an unspecified number of injured victims are receiving treatment in hospitals. Aruwan added that many of the houses in the community were...

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The Permanent Secretary, Adamawa State Ministry of Youths and Sports, Aliyu Jada Kabiru Mohammed, told newsmen that the driver of Adamawa United Football Club, who was kidnapped along Benin- Lagos highway, has been released by his abductors. He was abducted by gunmen at about 7:30 pm on Feb. 19, 2021 along Benin-Ore-Lagos while conveying the team for the Week 11 NPFL match against MFM FC of Lagos. Jada who confirmed the release of the driver to the News...

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Candidates engage in war of words as Anambra election draws closer Party battle to win Anambra State in the forthcoming election may have taken a new turn with the latest exchange between the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige and a former National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, Chief Victor Umeh.   Dr.  Ngige, had referred to  Chief Umeh as “an abandoned property as he answers questions regarding alleged consistent attacks...

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The Niger state government has shut down all boarding schools in four local government areas (LGAs). The affected LGAs are Rafi, Munya, Mariga and Shiroro. The closure of the schools follows the abduction of school children at the Government Science College (GSC), Kagara in the early hours of Wednesday. Governor Sani Bello of the state gave the order at a press conference, called for clam from parents and relatives of the abducted schoolchildren. He called...

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Borno state government has sealed eight offices and guest houses occupied by development partners for not updating their property records in different locations in Maiduguri metropolis. The offices locked include that of International Non-Governmental Organizations and local NGOs. Speaking to newsmen shortly after a Special Enforcement Operation, Executive Secretary Borno Geographic Information Service, BOGIS, Alhaji Adam Bababe said out of the 183 International and local NGOs operating in the state, only 21 are duly registered....

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To ensure compliance with the Executive Order banning the use of tricycles and motorcycles in the night, Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri Monday night led a security patrol within the state capital to arrest defaulters of the Order. The order which came into effect on Tuesday 2nd February, 2021, in Girei, Yola North and Yola South Local Governments within the hours of 10: pm to 5: am. According to the Executive Order, any person found in a Tricycle...

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