The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, said it rescued over 100 victims of human trafficking and recorded 39 cases in Benue state in 2015.
NAPTIP’s , Makurdi Zonal Command officer, Mrs. Tina Ugwu, who spoke to The Abuja Inquirer in he [...]
Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu (m) flanked by Alh. Ahmed Abdulkabir (r) and Dr. Ebenezer Adeola, Director, EPRD (l) in a group photograph during the presentation of 2015 ISESCO literary prize award to ICICE. Photo: Godfrey Akon
Last week, Internally displaced persons in Adamawa State who received food and relief items in December put religious and sectarian differences aside to thank their benefactors and pray for them.
At Churches and Mosques in Jimeta-Yola, and at other distribution points in the seven Local Go [...]
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Ms Christine Largarde has said that Nigeria doesn’t need an IMF Loan. Speaking in Abuja last week after a visit to President Mohammadu Buhari, Ms Largarde said that if the current administration continues wit [...]
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE SOLOMON ARASE SALUTES VICE PRESIDENT YEMI OSINBAJO DURING THE 2016 ARMED FORCES REMEMBRANCE DAY CELEBRATION, INTER- DENOMINATIONAL CHURCH SERVICE AT THE NATIONAL CHRISTIAN CENTRE IN ABUJA
Former President Goodluck Jonathan and Governor Seriake Dickson appreciating cheers during a PDP event recently. Dickson was announced winner of the Bayelsa governorship election on Sunday by INEC.
L-R: Chief Executive Officer, National Centre for Disease Control, Prof. Abdulahi Nasidi, Minister of State for Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire and Minister of Health Prof, Isaac Adewole during a press briefing on the outbreak of Lassa Fever in some states in Nigeria...Friday in Abuja. Photo: [...]
Members of the National Frontiers Group, an Ijaw youth movement, protesting against militarization of elections in Nigeria, recently, in Abuja. Photo: Cityvoix.
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