Resident Doctors Reach Agreement With FG

The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), on Wednesday, reached an agreement with the Federal Government, over its ongoing strike.

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Victims Of Sexual Abuse Can Not Be Blamed For Harassment, Says Osinbajo

  The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has urged Nigerians, not to blame victims of sexual abuse for their harassment. He noted that the victims are not the architects of their fate especially by their attitude, dressing or willingness to be in a compromising place with their violators. “The victim must always be seen as the … Continue reading Victims Of Sexual Abuse Can Not Be Blamed For Harassment, Says Osinbajo

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‘It’s A Hard Time’: Eagles Star Ebuehi Raring To Go After Two-Year Injury Lay-Off

Netherlands-born Nigerian defender, Tryonne Ebuehi is confident of hitting the ground running after a two-year injury lay-off he described as a "hard time."

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Outburst Over Fuel Price Increase Understandable But Misplaced, Says NNPC GMD

The Group Marketing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mele Kyari, has reacted to the outburst over the recent increase in fuel price.

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Olympic Chiefs, UN Must Act On China Abuses, Say NGOs

  Hundreds of organisations urged the United Nations to probe rights violations in China on Wednesday as other groups called for Olympic chiefs to strip Beijing of the 2022 winter games. Two separate coalitions of rights groups issued calls for a clear international response to China’s abuses as concern grows over its clampdown in Hong … Continue reading Olympic Chiefs, UN Must Act On China Abuses, Say NGOs

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CAF To Discuss Club Fixtures Amid Virus Spike In Morocco

  African football chiefs will decide Thursday whether to go ahead with CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup matches in Morocco during September amid a coronavirus spike there. The kingdom is scheduled to host the first legs of the Champions League semi-finals and the Confederation Cup ‘final four’ mini-tournament this month. Confederation of African … Continue reading CAF To Discuss Club Fixtures Amid Virus Spike In Morocco

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Water Warning As Climate Risks Intensify – Report

  Record temperatures are accelerating the rise of sea levels, melting glaciers and snow coverage and threatening the water supplies for billions, according to a major UN report Wednesday charting the “increasing and irreversible” impacts of climate change. The multi-agency United in Science report said the world had seen its warmest five years on record … Continue reading Water Warning As Climate Risks Intensify – Report

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Egypt’s Prosecutor To Investigate Missing African Cup Saga

  The sports ministry said Wednesday it has referred a probe into a missing African Cup of Nations trophy which Egypt has possessed since 2010 to the prosecutor general after a string of explosive allegations. “The ministry of youth and sports has referred the file of the loss of some important silverware from the warehouses … Continue reading Egypt’s Prosecutor To Investigate Missing African Cup Saga

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Pope Francis Wears A Face Mask For The First Time In Public

  Pope Francis was seen Wednesday for the first time wearing a protective face mask as he attended his second traditional general audience before a limited public presence after a six-month suspension. The pontiff — known for a fondness for close personal contact — however quickly removed the mask as he emerged from the car … Continue reading Pope Francis Wears A Face Mask For The First Time In Public

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EU Reserves 200 Million More COVID-19 Vaccines

  The European Commission announced Wednesday it has reached a deal with a sixth pharmaceutical firm, this time BioNTech-Pfizer, to reserve a further 200 million doses of a potential coronavirus vaccine. “Our chances to develop and deploy a safe and effective vaccine have never been higher, both for Europeans here at home, or for the … Continue reading EU Reserves 200 Million More COVID-19 Vaccines

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