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  • 40 Indian doctors separate siamese twins joined at the head

    *40 doctors, 20 nurses battle for 36 hours for a feat Forty Indian doctors ave successfully separated conjoined twin boys who were attached at the skull in a marathon surgical procedure that lasted more than 36 hours and involved 40 doctors. The two-year-old twins, who suffered a rare condition occurring once in about 2.5 million…

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  • Joy Eyisi is NOUN first female Deputy VC 

    From Fred Ezeh, Abuja Prof. Joy Eyisi has emerged the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics) of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). She replaced the former occupant of the position, Prof. Patrick Eya, whose tenure expired last week A statement from NOUN Director of media and publicity, Ibrahim Sheme, indicated that her emergence as DVC…

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  • FG confirms 6 new cases of Monkey Pox

    From Kemi Yesufu, Abuja Minister of State for Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire has announced that an additional six of the samples taken for test from suspected cases  for Monkey Pox have proven positive.  These include two cases each in Bayelsa and Akwa Ibom states, one in Enugu State and one in the Federal Capital Territory….

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  • Kaduna-Abuja highway: Police parade 14 suspected armed robbers, kidnappers

    From: Nsisong Morgan, Abuja The Nigerian Police Force (NPF), Friday, paraded eight suspected armed robbers and six notorious kidnappers that have been terrorising travellers along Rijana, Abuja -Kaduna highway. The force Public Relations Officer (PRO), Jimoh Moshood who led team of journalists to Rijana, Kaduna state disclosed that the arrest was made possible by information…

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  • US trains 200 Nigerian students on robotics in Ogun

    About 200 Nigerian students are undergoing training on robotics in Abeokua. US Consular-General, John Bray said this at the opening of the training on Friday. The training was organised by the United States Diplomatic Mission to Nigeria, in collaboration with RoboRave International, a US based robotics academy. According to Bray, the training is the first…

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  • Buhari’s govt. rotten, covered with scandalous corruption – Fayose

    ….Alleges plot to release fresh “Chibok Girls” Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has described the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government as one that is rotten and covered with scandalous corruption, saying; “within the last one month, Nigerians have been confronted with messy revelations that gave credence to my earlier position that President Buhari is the…

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  • Woman, 40, dies of electrocution in Abakaliki 

      From Obinna Odogwu, Abakaliki A 40-year-old woman, Mrs Joy Oluchi Osuchukwu, has been electrocuted to death by the naked streetlight cables allegedly abandoned carelessly by some officials of Ebonyi State’s Ministry of Power. The tragedy struck in front of Udoka Hall, Water Works Road in Abakaliki. The Late Oluchi hailed from Umunze community in…

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  • HIV prevalence in Akwa Ibom 10.8%, not 56%

    The Akwa Ibom State Agency for the Control of AIDS (AKSACA) has faulted the 51.6% HIV prevalence rate ascribed to married couples in the state. The Project Manager of AKSACA, Dr. Nkereuwem Etok stated this in response to recurring concern by Akwa Ibom indigenes on an erroneous presentation in a national newspaper on Aug. 1….

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  • 2019: Buhari has no option but to contest- Group

    Fom: Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja The Buhari Support Group, an amalgamation of about 189 different support groups that worked for President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressive Congress (APC), has said he has no option but to contest the 2019 elections. Leader of the group, Abu Ibrahim and Senate Leader, Ahmed Lawan, who were in the…

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  • Evans, others to know fate Nov 10 in murder charge

      By Lukman Olabiyi Suspected kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike alias Evans and others will know their fate on November 10,  on two separate charges filed against them  by the Lagos State Government. The two charges are on kidnap, possession of firearms, murder and attempted murder. Evans had on October 23, rebuffed attempt by the state government…

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