Colorado Wildfires Destroy Hundreds Of Homes

  Fast-moving wildfires in the US state of Colorado destroyed hundreds of homes and forced at least 33,000 people to flee, officials have said, as flames tore through areas desiccated by a historic drought.  At least 1,600 acres (650 hectares) have burned in Boulder County, much of it suburban, with officials warning that deaths and … Continue reading Colorado Wildfires Destroy Hundreds Of Homes

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[VIDEO] Rewane Breaks Down The Ups, Downs And Bumpy Of 2021

  The Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Derivatives Company Limited (FDC), Mr. Bismarck Rewane, on Friday broke down the defining moments of Nigeria’s economy in the outgoing year.  Rewane, who was a guest on a Channels Television end-of-year programme, captioned, “Year 2021: Battles, Resilience And The New Normal,” detailed the bumps, ups, and downs … Continue reading [VIDEO] Rewane Breaks Down The Ups, Downs And Bumpy Of 2021

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Terrorists’ Surrender, Arms Purchase Among Army’s Biggest Wins In 2021, Says Gen. Usman

  A former Nigerian Army spokesman, Brigadier General Sani Usman, has hailed the surrendering of terrorists to security agents, describing it as historic.  He also said the procurement of more arms for security operatives is a big win in the fight against insecurity.  General Usman made the comment on Friday during an end-of-the-year review programme … Continue reading Terrorists’ Surrender, Arms Purchase Among Army’s Biggest Wins In 2021, Says Gen. Usman

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Insecurity: New Service Chiefs Are Up To The Task, Says Buratai

As Nigeria continues to battle insecurity, a former Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai has said that the new set of service chiefs are up to the task.

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YEAR 2021: Battles, Resilience And The New Normal

As the year 2021 winds down, Channels Television goes down memory lane with key stakeholders across Nigeria’s security and economic sectors to review the events of the year as well as some projections for 2022.

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World Rings In New Year Under COVID Cloud

The world began ushering in 2022 on Friday after another tumultuous and pandemic-ridden year capped by new restrictions, soaring case numbers, and a slight glimmer of hope for better times ahead.

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45 Journalists Killed In 2021 – Media Watchdog

A total of 45 journalists were killed worldwide in 2021, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) said on Friday -- "one of the lowest death tolls" it has recorded for any year.

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Bitcoin Faces Uncertain 2022 After Record Year

  The price of bitcoin hit record highs in 2021 thanks to support from traditional finance, but cryptocurrency specialists are struggling to predict next year’s outcome for the volatile sector. Having more than trebled in value to $60,000 between December 2020 and April, bitcoin has lost some shine to trade at under $50,000 heading into … Continue reading Bitcoin Faces Uncertain 2022 After Record Year

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Primary, Secondary Schools In Lagos To Resume On Tuesday – Govt

  All public and private schools below the tertiary level in Lagos State are to resume for the second term 2021/2022 academic session on Tuesday, the government has announced. The Director-General of the Office of Education Quality Assurance, Mrs Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, made the announcement in a statement on Friday by the spokesman for the office, … Continue reading Primary, Secondary Schools In Lagos To Resume On Tuesday – Govt

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World Ushers In 2022 After Another Pandemic-Ridden Year

  The world began ushering in 2022 on Friday after another tumultuous and pandemic-ridden year capped by new restrictions, soaring case numbers, and a slight glimmer of hope for better times ahead. The past 12 months saw a new US president and a new Adele album, the first spectator-free Olympics, and dreams of democracy from Afghanistan to Myanmar and Hong Kong crushed by … Continue reading World Ushers In 2022 After Another Pandemic-Ridden Year

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