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As the month of Ramadan approaches a group of 20 Muslim and Christian clerics, have commenced a campaign in local markets across the Northern states to appeal to traders to bring down food prices.
The clergymen, working under the Peace Revival and Reconciliation Foundation, said they would visit markets, interact with traders and their leaders to halt the sharp rise in the prices, especially during the Muslim fasting period of the Ramadan.
U.S. Gov’t-Sponsored Conference Helps Nigerian Farmers & Herders Forge Solutions to Conflict
Massive Shake Up In The Nigerian Army, 147 Officers Affected
In a bid to re-strategize, the Nigerian Army has posted in 147 officers into Operation LAFIYA DOLE, some Divisions, formations and training schools.
NYSC Warns of Fake Information Circulating In Social Media, See Official Online Platforms
The NYSC Management has been notified of a fake document titled “2017 BATCH A NYSC 3 WEEKS ORIENTATION CAMP” circulating across social media especially Facebook and What-sap
Former FCT Minister Bala Mohammed Send To Kuje Prison Over Alleged N864m Fraud
Fmr Minister Bala, while in office as minister, allegedly received N550million as bribe from the Aso Savings and Loans Limited with respect to some properties in the Asokoro area of Abuja.
NESREA, NCC Close Ranks To Protect The Environment
Two major government agencies – the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA) and Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) are to close ranks and work together to ensure environmental protection and sustainable development in the telecoms sector.
Kebbi State: Dr Zainab Bagudu Support Cancer Patients With N4,850,000
Medicaid Cancer Foundation has donated N4.8 million to 15-patients suffering from Cancer in Kebbi State.
Yobe State: H.E Gov. Gaidam Opens Katarko Bridge to Motorists
H.E Gov. Ibrahim Gaidam has inspected ongoing road projects within Damaturu metropolis, started three months earlier as part of his administration’s urban renewal drive.