Guardian Newspaper Headlines Today Wednesday 28th September 2022

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Lagos fixes October 6 for BECE resit

The Lagos State Examinations Board has fixed Oct. 6, as the new date for the 2022 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) resit.
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Police confirm attack on joint operation team in Enugu community

The Police Command in Enugu State has confirmed an attack on a joint operation checkpoint at Amodu community on Amodu Road in Nkanu West Local Government Area.
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Sanwo-Olu says Lagos transformation not complete without women

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday, said that the account of Lagos State’s journey to a cosmopolitan society would not be fully told without chronicling the contributions made by women…
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Troops rescue kidnapped persons in Kaduna as N’West govs, Niger Republic parley on insecurity

Troops of Operation Forest Sanity have rescued seven kidnapped persons during a patrol around Birnin Gwari and Chikun Councils of Kaduna State.
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Senate strips CBN governor of board chair, boosts A’Court justices from 90 to 110

Senate has set in motion the removal of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor as board chairman of the financial institution. The CBN Act No. 7 of 2007 stipulates that an incumbent governor of the CBN…
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LP candidate tasks NEMA, SEMA on flood disaster in Anambra

The Labour Party (LP) candidate for House of Representatives in Ogbaru Federal Constituency, Anambra State, Victor Ogene, has cried out to the National Emergency Management Agency …
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‘Lagos traffic laws are same as highway codes, not high-handed’

The BRT operation is guided by the BRT regulations, which prescribe what constitutes an infringement on the BRT lane. Except for franchised operators, for whose purpose and services the BRT lanes…
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UNICEF, partners boost school enrolment, immunisation in C’River 

United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), in collaboration with United Purpose (UP), has commenced campaign in Cross River communities towards boosting school enrolment, immunisation, antenatal programmes, general sanitation and others.
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Assault on officials: Edo arrests developer’s wife, associates, launches man-hunt for assailant

Edo State Government has vowed to prosecute individuals who harass and attack its officials in the line of duty, noting that such attacks will no longer be condoned.
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Maduagwu tasks intending couples on genotype status testing before marriage

National Coordinator, Association of People Living with Sickle Cell Disorder, Mrs. Aisha Maduagwu, has urged intending couples to be conscious of their genotype status before entering into marriage…
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