Nigeria Saves U.S.$2 Billion From Local Cement Production

[Guardian] Abuja -Nigeria has saved $2billion from local production of cement in the country in the past one year, a development which culminated in the corresponding reduction in the import of the product.

[Guardian] Abuja -Nigeria has saved $2billion from local production of cement in the country in the past one year, a development which culminated in the corresponding reduction in the import of the product.

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APC Governors Split, Okorocha Says No Automatic Ticket for Buhari

[Guardian] Abuja -Two days after some governors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) reportedly expressed their readiness to give an automatic ticket to President Muhammadu Buhari to contest the 2019 election, there was a loud dissenting voice from o…

[Guardian] Abuja -Two days after some governors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) reportedly expressed their readiness to give an automatic ticket to President Muhammadu Buhari to contest the 2019 election, there was a loud dissenting voice from one of them yesterday.

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Nigeria and Frequently Asked National Questions

[Guardian] One frequently asked question at Nigeria’s independence anniversaries is: what is there to celebrate years after the Union Jack was lowered, replaced with Nigerian flag of Green, White and Green in 1960? Our parents and grand parents lived u…

[Guardian] One frequently asked question at Nigeria's independence anniversaries is: what is there to celebrate years after the Union Jack was lowered, replaced with Nigerian flag of Green, White and Green in 1960? Our parents and grand parents lived under the drudgery of centuries long trans-Atlantic slavery, colonial occupation and exploitation. They couldn't therefore have imagined why their inheritors could question the desirability of freedom, even if it meant freedom to misrule to themselves as we are regrettab

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Enextgen Wireless Seeks Collaboration With NCC, Telcos

[Guardian] Unwillingness of telecommunications companies in Nigeria to perform basic pre-deployment RF engineering before going commercial contributes significantly to the persistent poor quality of service (QoS), according to Enextgen Wireless Ltd.

[Guardian] Unwillingness of telecommunications companies in Nigeria to perform basic pre-deployment RF engineering before going commercial contributes significantly to the persistent poor quality of service (QoS), according to Enextgen Wireless Ltd.

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Queen Maxima Advocates Relaxed Regulatory Requirements for Mobile Money Operators

[Guardian] Abuja -The visiting Queen of The Netherlands, Her Majesty Maxima Willem-Alexander, has advocated relaxation of regulatory requirements for the registration of Mobile Money Agents.

[Guardian] Abuja -The visiting Queen of The Netherlands, Her Majesty Maxima Willem-Alexander, has advocated relaxation of regulatory requirements for the registration of Mobile Money Agents.

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The Tragedy of Human Organs Trade

[Guardian] It is certainly a mark of depravity that has enveloped modern societies that theft and sale of human body parts or organs have become a thriving international trade. Arising from the increase in failed organs in many people, such organs as k…

[Guardian] It is certainly a mark of depravity that has enveloped modern societies that theft and sale of human body parts or organs have become a thriving international trade. Arising from the increase in failed organs in many people, such organs as kidneys and the liver are the prime targets of the deranged traders who harvest them from unsuspecting persons for sale to those who need them. It has indeed become a tragic phenomenon to which every responsible government must call the attention of its citizens even as

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Anxiety in Senate Over Mycotoxins Spread

[Daily Trust] Fear gripped some senators yesterday when researchers raised alarm on the spread of Mycotoxins, poisons produced by moulds growing on agricultural and food commodities in the country.

[Daily Trust] Fear gripped some senators yesterday when researchers raised alarm on the spread of Mycotoxins, poisons produced by moulds growing on agricultural and food commodities in the country.

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SON Confiscates N16.4 Million Substandard Food Products

[Daily Trust] Sokoto -The Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON) has raided 14 shops in Sokoto and Zamfara states, confiscating 1, 220 bags of substandard sugar, 86 cartons of macaroni and 111 cartons of spaghetti worth N16.4 million.

[Daily Trust] Sokoto -The Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON) has raided 14 shops in Sokoto and Zamfara states, confiscating 1, 220 bags of substandard sugar, 86 cartons of macaroni and 111 cartons of spaghetti worth N16.4 million.

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