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The causes of premature birth – Gynaecologist

Nigeria ranks highest with the burden of premature babies in the world after India and China.

FILE- In this Monday, Oct. 6, 2003 file photo, Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh with the 'Kingdom Tower' photographed through a window of the 'Al-Faislia Tower' in the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh. Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange has opened up to direct foreign investment for the first time. The decision to open up the Tadawul stock exchange on Monday comes at a crucial time for Saudi Arabia, whose revenue has taken a hit from the plunge in oil prices over the past year. The kingdom is the world’s largest exporter of crude. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)

Nigerian food vendors make brisk business in Saudi Arabia – NAN survey

Some of the food vendors said they recorded high sales from pilgrims.

Nnamdi Kanu

Biafra: Too late to pull out of Nigeria – Igbo lawmaker

“Igbo nation has united Nigeria because they have businesses everywhere in this country,”

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Arrested NAN journalist freed

The police arrested Emmanuel Antswen on Friday night.

Staff members of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) coming out of the Agency’s headquarters during a protest welfare packages, in Abuja on Friday (22/9/17).
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What govt must do to end our strike – NAFDAC workers

The union embarked on an indefinite strike on Friday.

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Nigeria to manufacture sports equipment – Acting SGF

An official said local production of the equipment would enhance accessibility of sports equipment to many potential athletes.

SSANU, NASU and NAAT meets government

Fulfil your agreement with university workers, ERC tells govt

“If we fight consistently we can win important concessions.”

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Police arrest NAN journalist

The news agency said it stands by its story.

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NiMet predicts cloudy conditions, rain on Saturday

The agency predicted that the northern states would experience isolated thunderstorms in most places in the afternoon.

Yemi Osinbajo

How we’ll provide basic infrastructure across Nigeria – Osinbajo

The PPP Disclosure Web Portal was launched.

Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai

Nigerian Army launches four books on critical thinking

Army chief urged soldiers to apply critical thinking rather than brawn

John Odigie-Oyegun, APC Chairman

APC Chairman Oyegun denies attending reported Osinbajo, Sheriff meeting

Mr. Oyegun said he has not set eyes on Mr. Sheriff in two years

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Child rapist, 35, jumps bail, absconds

Parents, Lagos agency on sexual violence cry foul.

Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai [Photo credit: Naij.com]

My vision for Nigerian Army – Buratai

The army chief spoke in Port Harcourt.

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‎Drama as cemetery rejects corpse of man killed by lightening

Salami Adekunle was struck to death on Thursday after a downpour.

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Experts react to Nigeria’s high maternal mortality rate

A report said Nigeria had about 58,000 cases of maternal mortality in 2015.

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She curses me with her private part, pastor accuses wife

The cleric also accused his wife of threatening his life.

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200,000 Nigerians apply for visas through us annually — VFS Global

“There is a growing interest of young Nigerians wanting to study,
work, live, go for leisure…”

President of NANS, Chinonso Obasi. [Photo credit: International Centre for Investigative Reporting]

World Peace Day: NANS sues for peace among Nigerians

“Against odds, constructive engagement, dialogue and negotiation remains the only antidote to peace.”

Ishaq Akintola [Photo: www.informationng.com]

SUKUK: Muslim group tackles CAN

Says Sukuk is purely business and has no elements of ‘Islamisation’.

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States free to build own power plants – Fashola

The minister says states can also do commercial distribution.

Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu

About 75 million Nigerians are Illiterate – FG

The government says it is targeting educating out-of-school children to reduce illiteracy level.

AKE OLUSEGUN OLUSEUN

EFCC arrests graduate for duping American firm

The suspect is also being investigated for Business E-mail Compromise, BEC.

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Group wants Nigerian govt to declare public holiday for Islamic New Year

Thursday is the first day of a new Islamic year.

Pro-Biafra protesters [Photo: TodayNG]

Biafra: Adamawa Igbo community says agitation unnecessary

Group reminded agitators of the effects of the civil war.