Nigeria news today headlines update Wednesday 16th January 2019

Nigeria news today headlines update Wednesday 16th January 2019

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target=_blank>France’s Macron Launches ‘Grand Debate’ Following Protests

French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday encouraged people to list their grievances and propose changes to the country’s economy during a “grand debate” aimed at appeasing the yellow vest movement, following weeks of anti-government protests. Macron formally launched a three-month national debate during a meeting with about 600 mayors and local officials in Grand Bourgtheroulde,
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target=_blank>Theresa May Heading For Historic Defeat In Brexit Vote

Theresa May has told senior ministers she believes “passionately” that they must take Britain out of the European Union, ahead of what is expected to be a devastating parliamentary rejection of her Brexit plans. The Withdrawal Agreement secured by the Prime Minister in Brussels in November looks set to go down to one of the
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target=_blank>Apps Let Everyone Help Track Health Of Insect Populations

More challenging than birdwatching and not nearly as popular, insect-watching – noting and sharing exactly what one sees and where – is nevertheless on the rise. Concern about dwindling native insect populations is one reason why. And new technology has made it easier to log insect sightings and become part of wide-reaching “citizen-scientist” projects. A
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target=_blank>Restoring Custodian Of Drugs To Pharmacists

LAGOS – It is no secret that Nigerian youths are increasingly turning from street drugs to prescription drugs for recreation or to enhance academic performance. To curb the ugly trend, experts and stakeholders, especially the pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria have advocated for pharmacists to be given full control of drug distribution and use in the country.
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target=_blank>Facts About Menstruation, Infections And Fertility

Dr Anuma Kalu Ulu A normal menstrual cycle is usually 28 days plus or minus seven days, meaning that anything from 21days to 35 days is normal. So those who complain that they get theirs twice a month could see how this is possible, especially if you fall into the 21-day cycle. Subtle variations are
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target=_blank>Supreme Court Reserves Judgment Over Malami, Offor, Ohikhuare’s Abuja Property Battle

In fulfillment of their oath of office and commitment to boost administration of justice in Nigeria, the Supreme Court has given a date, February 1, 2019, to be precise, to deliver its judgment over battle for a choice property located at the heart of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. The feud, which is locked between
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target=_blank>Boosting Investment In Family Planning For Effective National Planning

Lagos – Research has shown that population size is vital to the growth of any nation and has a direct impact on other areas of development, particularly on human resources. Increasingly, there have been global calls for countries to focus on the development of human capital, including provision of adequate infrastructure, housing, health and educational facilities.
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target=_blank>Customs Intercepts 4,000 Bags Of Smuggled Rice

LAGOS – The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Federal Operation Unit (FOU), Zone B, said it arrested 21 suspected smugglers who allegedly smuggled over 4,000 bags of foreign rice into the country in December 2018 which were intercepted by the Unit. The Controller in charge of the Unit, Comptroller Mohammed Sarkin-Kebbi, made the disclosure while inspecting smuggled
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target=_blank>FG Renews Commitment To Provide Improved Healthcare

The Federal Government’s has confirmed its resolve to take democratic dividend, particularly, as it concerns the health and wellbeing of Nigerian citizens; especially those living in the rural areas, the poor, women, children under five-years of age and the aged. The Federal Government’s fresh determination was underlined at the recently three-pronged presidential launch of: The
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2023: Discordant Tunes Over Igbo President

Right-thinking watchers of political events with discerning minds are not surprised that elective office holders in Nigeria seem to believe very strongly, that democracy is all about elections, elections and elections rather than good governance and visionary leadership as it obtains in civilised climes where democracy is practised faithfully in such a way that the […]
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