Immune booster: University Don tasks Nigerians on soybeans, fish consumption

By Chioma Obinna A professor of Fish Nutrition at the Department of Marine Sciences, University of Lagos, Prof. Adewolu Morenike has advised Nigerians to regularly consume soybeans and fish to improve their diet, lower the risk of non-communicable diseases, as well as help to maintain the body’s defence against infections. Available studies have shown that
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How to revamp our ailing educational system

By Chiedu Uche Okoye MACMILLAN School dictionary defines education as “the activity of educating people in schools, colleges and universities, and all the policies and arrangement concerning this”. Down the ages, the African people have been engaged in the enterprise and activity of acquiring education as evidenced by the existence of the University of Timbuktu
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Chief of Defence Staff debunks news of release of Chibok girls in Borno

Major General Lucky Irabor, the new Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), has debunked the story that some Chibok girls were released during a clearance operation in the Northeast.

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Breaking: Wearing of face-mask now compulsory in Lagos or face 6 months jail term —Sanwo-Olu

In line with the COVID-19 Health Protection Regulations, 2021 signed last week by President Muhammadu Buhari, Lagos State Governor, Mr, Babjide Sanwo-Olu has made it mandatory for residents to wear face masks or face six months jail term.

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LAMATA begins use of Cowry Card on buses Feb 1

The Management of Lagos State Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) would commence fare collection on bus services offered by Primero Transport Services Ltd., with the use of Lagos State travel known as Cowry Card, on Feb. 1. Managing Director, LAMATA, Mrs Abimbola Akinajo, disclosed this in a statement signed by the Assistant Director, Corporate Communication,
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Zero tolerance: Sanwo-Olu sets up special traffic enforcement team on Apapa gridlock

Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has approved the constitution of a Special Traffic Management and Enforcement Compliance Team to resolve the traffic gridlock in and around Apapa.

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Herdsmen brutality: I Slept on floor for 6 days, LCDA boss recalls kidnapping experience

The current Chairman of Iganna Local Government Development Council in Oyo State, Mr Olayiwola Adeleke, has recalled his ill experience as one of the victims of Fulani kidnappers in the axis of Ibarapa, as he was made to sleep on the floor for six days and six nights before a ransom of sum of N5.5m was paid for his freedom.

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Herdsmen: Why are we reducing Nigeria to nation of cows, Dele Momodu queries

By Emmanuel Okogba Publisher of Ovation Magazine, Dele Momodu has weighed in on the herdsmen and farmers crises, asking why cows have become so important that they now form a topic for national discourse. Momodu using social media platform Instagram, lamented how marauding herdsmen are returning Nigeria to the stone age and antiquity with their
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