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HIVAIDS: Never married individuals at high risk, NACA sets for World AIDS Day 2021

By Nats Odaudu Recent studies have revealed that never married individuals, among other typology of  key populations and new infections from mother to child transmission are the drivers of the HIV epidemic. World AIDS day banner with red ribbon on world map on background. Poster for National HIV and...

NGO Launches NYSC Documentary, inspires national service, unity

The Kids In Need Society International, KINSI services has launched the 1st comprehensive version of the NYSC video documentary in honor of the National Youth Service Corps. The documentary titled " Brig Gen Ibrahim Shuaibu and the Burden of Keeping the NYSC Scheme Alive For National Unity " is a 10 minutes abridged video documentary...

Lawyer Sues CAC, Others Over Denial Of Incorporated Trustees Name

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has been dragged before a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, over allegation of wrongful denial of Incorporated Trustees name. The lawyer, Barrister Edward Omaga (Trading under the name and style of Graylaw Solicitors), is seeking a restraining order against Abuja Master Printers League (AMPLE), one of the Defendants...

Ibori loot: Court fines Malami N31,000, fixes December 7th for hearing

The Federal High Court sitting in Warri, Delta State yesterday fixed December 7th, 2021 for hearing on the suit filed by the Ijaw Progressive Union of Aborigines against the Federal and the Delta State Governments on the returned Ibori £4.2 million loot to the country by the British government.  The group has approached the...

Journalist Agabi honoured among 100 aviation business leaders

In recognition of his contribution to aviation business in Nigeria, Mr. Chris Agabi, a Senior Business Journalist with the Daily Trust has been named among the elite league of the100 Aviation Business Leaders in Nigeria 2020. The award was conferred on him alongside captains of aviation industry, aviation professionals, seasoned journalists and other operators...

2022: Amaechi defends N148 Billion budget, prioritizes ongoing rail projects

The Ministry of Transportation has disclosed it will give priority attention to the completion of ongoing railway projects while commencing new ones. This will spur economic activities while facilitating trade not just in Nigeria but with her West African neighbors. According to a statement by Director Press and Public Relations, Ministry of Transportation,...

Breaking: Abuja-Kaduna train services resume tomorrow with improved security

Minister of Transportation Chibuike Amaechi has reassured Nigerians that there would be improved security on the Abuja/Kaduna train route even as passenger service resumes Saturday. The service was suspended by the Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) after a suspected terrorist attack on a train and tracks on Wednesday. Amaechi who...

TRANSPORT MINISTER URGES HIGHER STANDARDS IN SHIPS INSPECTIONS, PORTS CONTROL

Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has made a case for Port State Control Officers (PSCOs) to display high level of professionalism in carrying out their duties of inspecting foreign ships at national ports. Amaechi spoke at the 11th Port State Control Committee (PSC) Meeting of the Memorandum of Understanding on PSC for West...

Group urges Sowore, Sahara Reporters against blackmail, falsehood

The Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore, has been asked to henceforth desist from engaging in journalism of falsehood and blackmail. A group, Equity and Justice in Politics and Governance Movement, EJPGM, Thursday in Abuja, called on Sowore and his platform to desist from series of blackmail and name- callings that he and...

AFRICAN MINISTERS RESIST COMPULSORY VACCINE PASSPORTS FOR AIR TRAVEL

African Ministers of Aviation have described the much-touted proposal to impose vaccine passports for air travelers as unacceptable. They described it as discrimination against certain groups of population, especially on the African Continent which still has considerable number of its citizens who are yet to receive the vaccines. They also described the proposal as...

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