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COVID-19: Sierra Leone Schools Reopen Six Months After Shutdown

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  Schools in Sierra Leone reopened after six months on Monday, as parents weighed whether it was safe for children to resume lessons. School shuttered...
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Democracy Is A Journey Rather Than Destination, Lawan hails Nigeria At 60

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  The Senate President, Ahmed Lawan has felicitated with Nigerians on the occasion of its 60th Independence Anniversary. In his independence statement, the Senate President...
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Man Gets Seven Years Jail Term For N30m Fraud In Lagos

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  Justice Josephine Oyefeso of the Lagos State High Court Igbosere, Lagos has sentenced a fraudster, Tunde Martins, to seven years imprisonment for a N30million...
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FG Declares October 1 Public Holiday As Nigeria Marks 60th Independence Anniversary

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The Federal Government has declared Thursday, October 1, as public holiday to mark the nation’s 60th Independence Anniversary celebration....
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Nigeria’s 60th Independence Celebration Will Be Low-Key – FG

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  The Federal Government has again reiterated that the nation’s 60th independence anniversary celebration will be low-key due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Minister of...
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Buhari Unveils ‘Nigeria At 60’ Logo

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  As Nigeria approaches the Diamond Jubilee, President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday unveiled the logo which will be used in the celebration of the anniversary....
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NAF Graduates Another Set Of Student Pilots From 401 FTS, Trains 145 In 5 Years

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  In its resolve to ensure the availability of well-trained pilots to prosecute the ongoing war against insurgency, banditry, and other forms of criminality in...
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Nigeria At 60: FG Launches Creative Challenge to Celebrate Diamond Jubilee

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    To celebrate Nigeria’s 60th independence anniversary, the Federal Government has launched a creative challenge to mark the Diamond Jubilee. The Minister of Communications...
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