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NYSC orientation camp gets resumption date

The National Youth Service Corps orientation camp will resume next month, the minister for youth and sports Sunday Dare said on Thursday. “The Resumption of the NYSC Orientation Camp for prospective Youth Corpers has been approved and opens on November 10th 2020,” said on Twitter. “Full COVID-19 protocols will be enforced.”
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NCC moves to formulate policies on 5G

The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) says it is working vigorously with multi-sector stakeholders to formulate policies for the 5th generation (5G) mobile network.
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Northwest youths join calls for reform of the Nigerian Police

A coalition of youths from Kebbi, Zamfara and Sokoto states have canvassed need the holistic reformation of the Nigerian Police saying the security outfit needs improved funding and reforms that would make them more efficient and professional in discharging their duties. According to them, this would go a long way to curtail some of their …
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Sanwo-Olu’s spokesman says he was embarrassed by police statement he shared

Lagos State governor’s spokesman Gbenga Akosile on Thursday said he was embarrassed for sharing a statement sent to him by the police over the attack on protesters in Surulere. “First let me start by saying that the statement in question is not from me. It’s from the State police command and signed by its PRO. …
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New twists in anti-SARS protests

Nationwide protests against brutality by men of the proscribed Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) entered its sixth day yesterday with new twists and turns…
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Lagos, Rivers, Delta contribute 54.7% to half-year revenue

Three out of the 36 states of the country– Lagos, Rivers and Delta – and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) generated 54.7 per cent of the N612.9 billion states raised as internally generated revenues
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COVID-19 to create $1 trillion financial gap in Africa, IMF warns

Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva, yesterday, raised the alarm over the continued ‘excruciating crushing’ of Africa’s economy…
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FG okays $2m, N33b for sub-regional power pool, roads, others

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved Nigeria’s contribution of $2 million to the 2020 budget of the West African Power Pool (WAPP)…
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Government to make NIN mandatory for social services

The Federal Government is to make the National Identity Number (NIN) mandatory for Nigerians to access social services.
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Family demands justice over man’s death during Lagos protest

The family of Ikechukwu Iloamauzor from Amofiabuzor Amokwe in Udi Council of Enugu State, who was killed by a stray bullet during the #EndSARS protest in Lagos on Monday,
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