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      One little flight for a drone, one ‘huge leap’ for worldwide...

      The state-of-the-art craft which transported the vaccine, travelled nearly 40 kilometres over rugged mountain terrain, flying from Dillon’s Bay in western Vanuatu to remote Cook’s Bay – a scattered community accessible only on foot or by small boats – where 13 children and 5 pregnant women were inoculated by a nurse. Henrietta H. Fore, the…

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      ASUU Strike: Deal with all concerns today, Buhari orders Ngige

      President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, to end the three-month-old strike by Nigerian university teachers at the ongoing meeting with the teachers. Minister of Labour and Productivity , Chris Ngige Ngige disclosed this in a statement issued during the resumed negotiation with the leadership of the Academic Staff…

      Obasanjo fires Buhari once again

      By Nwafor Sunday & Idowu Bankole Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo has again chided President Muhammadu Buhari, noting that he (Buhari) is sick in the body, mind and soul. Obasanjo-Buhari Speaking with BBC Yoruba on Monday, Obasanjo opined, “Buhari has health issues in his body, mind and soul. We should implore him to quit politics. He should…

      Once again, Court stops FG from eliminating CJN

      The Federal High Court Abuja, has restrained the Federal Government  from forcefully removing the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen from office. Justice Edward Ekwo gave the order on Monday in Abuja while ruling on an ex parte motion brought by the Action Peoples Party. Defendants in the suit include President Muhammadu Buhari, the…

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      Scottish universities introduce brand-new information abilities effort

      Two Scottish universities have launched a new initiative aimed at training 100,000 people in data skills, through the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal. With Scotland forecast to require around 13,000 extra workers each year with data skills, the £661 million (US$861 million) Data-Driven Innovation initiative, launched by Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt universities, will…

      ASIC CEO Publicizes New Problem for the Rose Schooling Basis

      Flight For Rose-- Land's Finish to John o'Groats ASICâEUR ™ s CEO, Lee Hammond, has really carried out completely different difficulties for a few...
      Persecution of whistle-blowers, threat to anti-corruption fight – NGO

      Persecution of whistle-blowers, threat to anti-corruption fight – NGO

      Mr Chido Onumah, Coordinator, African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), on Wednesday said persecution of whistle-blowers by agents of state was a threat to anti-corruption fight. Onumah said in a statement in Abuja that the victimization was also threatening the effectiveness of the whistle-blower policy introduced by the government…

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      Troops kill 35 terrorists, ‘Boko haram’

      By Ndahi Marama Maiduguri—Troops of Operation Lafiya Dole have, in conjunction with Cameroonian Defence Forces, killed 35 suspected members of Boko Haram sect. Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Theatre Command, Col Onyema Nwachukwu, who disclosed this yesterday, said: “Troops of Operation Lafiya Dole continued to maintain the momentum in the ongoing Operation Deep Punch II…