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Every day, efforts are being made to resolve the problem of child malnutrition but unfortunately, some lives are still lost as is the case of Ibrahim Aiuba.
Mrs. Vivian Okeke said Nigerians must imbibe their culture and never allow the white man’s life wash away the African cultural heritage. Let's hold our culture.
This building is older than Nigeria. It is 130-year-old. It was built by the Royal Niger Company. It was built in 1886. It was the first government house.
Students and youths in the community hosting Delta State University, Abraka, have laid accusations against soldiers of the 222 Battalion of harassment.
President Michel Aoun of Lebanon has faced great embarassment after he fell on live Tv at a summit. A video of the fall as obtained by NAIJ.com has gone viral.
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This woman, Onajite Emoyan, 38, is an Urhobo from Agbaroh in Ughelli North local government area of Delta state. She is the only woman mechanic in Delta state.
Mr. Blessing Efurhieme speaks on tourism potentials and how it could generate revenue for the Nigerian government but lamented government's unwillingness.
Following the non-payment of salaries to primary school teachers for up to four months, living condition is now worse for the teachers in Delta state.
In Nigeria, there are facts to prove that female circumcision is in high practice, especially among the Yorubas of the western part of the country....
The death and burial of late Samuel Osaigbovo Ogbemudia has united Edo and Delta states once again. The states were once polarised in Oshiomhole's days.
You have continued to keep mute with regard to Nigeria's violation of all sorts of United Nations rules including, even the Amnesty International report.
Buhari has struggled to make sense of the economy, partly because his ideas were formed in a different era when the enemy was the International Monetary Fund
The arrival of President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, March 10, 2017 to Nigeria has finally put paid to the rumour making the round that Buhari is dead.
The NAIJ.com Local Journalism Project is aimed at young and aspiring reporters who can reside literally anywhere in Nigeria, except Lagos and Abuja.
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Nigerians have been kept in the dark as to the nature of President Muhammadu Buhari's illness, with his aides insisting that the president is hale and hearty.
For 48 days President Muhammadu Buhari has been out of the country on the ground of ill health. His Vice, Acting President Yemi Osibanjo has been in charge.
On Tuesday, March 7, Acting President Yemi Osinbajo swore in Walter Onnoghen as the 17th Chief Justice of Nigeria. The ceremony was conducted inside Aso Rock.
A reort by Reuters says President Muhammadu Buhari lacks the appetite for the orthodox economic policies his Argentine counterpart has implemented since 2015.
Authored by a former United States of America ambassador to Nigeria and an expert African affairs; John Campbell, it is aptly called Nigeria Security Tracker.
Although Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is handling day-to-day management of the country, analysts say Nigeria's mounting woes require steady leadership.