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Vanguard News:
By Moses Nosike Despite global Covid—19 surge, the Indians in Nigeria have been able to keep their heads above troubling waters, undertaking projects that are commercial and at the same time humanitarian in various natures.
The Cable:
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided $136.5m (N52 bn) for Nigeria to tackle HIV/AIDS, human trafficking, and provide access to potable water.
The Guardian:
The Minister of Water Resources, Mr Suleiman Adamu, says there is nothing new in the Water Resources Bill as it is derived from four already existing Nigerian water resources laws.
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(CNBC) – Ripple, the $10 billion financial technology company best...
Nigeria Health Watch:
FG targets 30 million persons for fever vaccination. EU-UNICEF spends N2.6bn on maternal, child healthcare in Bauchi. Treat malaria as National Health Emergency, NEMP Tells FG. Yellow Fever Immunization: Local councils affected by flood, children with ...
The Eagle Online:
The contracts, which are mainly construction of boreholes and water projects in Bayelsa, Rivers and Delta States, were fully paid for but not properly executed or not executed by the contractors.
The Street Journal:
The community in Enda-Mokoni Woreda in Tigray Regional State in Ethiopia, has long relied on natural spring water from the May-Muk micro watershed for daily water needs and to irrigate crops.
Investor King:
FG Owes Road Contractors N392 Billion for Road Projects The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola has said the Federal Government owes companies handling the 711 road projects across the country a total sum of N392 billion.
Naija on Point:
No fewer than one million school children in Nigeria are expected to benefit from Data Science NigeriaMalezi, Mastercard Foundation Learn at Home Project within the…
The Tide:
Residents of Ogoni land, comprising Khana, Gokana, Tai and Eleme LGAs of Rivers State, have expressed deep worry over the incessant upsurge in kidnapping and killings by cultists even after the death of a kidnap kingpin terrorising the areas in ...


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