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  • Navy test physical fitness of troops at training command

      BY PHILIP NWOSU The Flag Officer Commanding (FOC) Naval Training Command (NAVTRAC) in Lagos at the weekend drew all officers and men of the command to a route match geared towards to testing the physical and mental fitness of personnel in the command. The FOC Rear Admiral Obi Ofodile told Daily Sun that the…

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  • Read how candidates fared in 2017 WAEC exams

    By Gabriel Dike About 923,486 candidates who sat for the May/June 2017 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) recorded five credits including English and Maths. The Head of National Office of the WAEC, Nigeria, Mr. Olu Adenipekun, disclosed this in Lagos while announcing the release of the May/June 2017 school candidates examination at the…

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  • Wike set to re-position basic education in Rivers

    Gov. Nyesom Wike of Rivers said on Monday that his administration had accessed N5.6 billion from the Universal Basic Education Commission Fund (UBEC)for the development of primary schools in the state. Wike made the statement when members of the House Committee on Basic Education and Services paid him a courtesy visit in Port Harcourt. Wike…

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  • Calabar tank explosion death toll rises to 11

    The death toll of the fire outbreak that occurred at Linc Oil and Gas depot in Calabar on Sunday morning has increased to 11 from nine, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. The state Commissioner of Police, Mr Hafiz Inuwa, had on Sunday confirmed that nine persons died as a result of the inferno….

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  • Adulterated farm inputs threaten Nigeria’s food security drive

    … As farmers fear impending crisis By Steve Agbota Nigerian farmers have raised the alarm over adulterated fertiliser and other farm inputs distributed by some dealers during this year’s season’s planting exercise.  They are worried the practice could threaten food security in the country. This was as a result of the Federal Government’s inability to…

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  • Nigerian Army conducts general drill for corporals and below

    The Army Headquarters Garrison in Abuja on Monday began a five-day competition and general drill for corporals and ranks below. The drill involves marching manoeuvres, weapons handling, map reading, physical fitness and obstacle crossing. Speaking during the event, Maj.-Gen John Malu, the Commander of the garrison, said weapons handling and map reading were very vital…

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