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  • NAQS

    NAQS confiscates N3m perishable exports rejected by UK

    NAN The Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS) on Saturday confiscated perishable exported foods worth over N3 million and rejected by the United Kingdom due to failure to obtain phytosanitary certification. The NAQS Head of Inspection, South-West Zone, Dr Moses Adewumi, supervised the confiscation in Lagos. According to him, under the Onternational Movement of Agricultural Produce,…

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  • Tikon

    NTTF president promises to sustain national junior league as annual event

    NAN Ishaku Tikon, the President of Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), on Saturday in Lagos promised to make the just-concluded National Junior League an annual event. Tinkon told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) this was imperative in view of the brilliant performances displayed by players during the competition. He said the move would create…

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  • Peaty

    Peaty breaks own world 100m breaststroke record

    NAN Adam Peaty added more lustre to his reputation as perhaps the world’s most dominant swimmer when he smashed his own 100 metres breaststroke world record in 57.00 seconds on Saturday. The 23-year-old Englishman, while winning the European Championships gold medal, knocked 0.13 seconds off his own record set at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics…

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  • NLNG

    Nigeria to become 3rd world largest exporter of gas

    NAN The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Ltd., says its ongoing plans to reach a Final Investment Decision (FID) on its Train-7 project by December will make Nigeria the 3rd World largest gas exporter. The NLNG General Manager Production, Mr Tayo Ogini, said this on Saturday while making a presentation on the facility located at…

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  • Ajunwa

    Asaba 2018: Ajunwa hails Okowa, says hosting great gain

    NAN Nigerian first Olympic gold medalist, Chioma Ajunwa-Opara on Saturday that Nigeria’s hosting of the ongoing 21st Africa Senior Athletics Championships would help its athletes to aspire to be the best. “Having a major event like the Africa Championships is a good one for Nigeria; it shows that the governor of Delta is very passionate…

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  • Rogers Cup

    Serena withdraws from Rogers Cup

    NAN Former world women’s tennis number one Serena Williams has withdrawn from the Rogers Cup in Montreal for what she called “personal reasons”, Tennis Canada said on Saturday. Tennis Canada said Williams’s decision to pull out was made for personal reasons, but it did not elaborate. “Of course, we are disappointed that Serena will not…

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  • Akindele-Martins

    Abia SDP elects 36-member state EXCO

    NAN The Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Abia on Saturday elected a 36-member state executive committee, amidst complaints from Abia South Zone. The exercise which took place in Umuahia  went on smoothly until the moderator and Chairman of the Congress Committee, Mr Effiong Unah, announced one Chukwudi Abangowe, as the Organising Secretary. News Agency of…

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  • fun run

    NEMA holds staff fun run to improve rescue operations

    NAN The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Saturday in Abuja organised the maiden staff fun run to boost the physical fitness of its staff to enhance efficiency in rescue operations. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that a fun run is a friendly race that involves either road running or cross country running…

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  • clash

    Willian returns to Chelsea training

    Metro Chelsea winger Willian made his long-awaited return to first team training on Saturday as the Blues prepare for their clash against Manchester City at Wembley. The Brazilian was due back at pre-season training last week but a passport issue held up his return. Maurizio Sarri was sceptical about Willian’s excuses, describing the 29-year-old’s absence…

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