Wednesday, July 18, 2018

A recent survey shows that Nigerian doctors applying to practice in the UK increased by ten percent in the past year, which is double the figure for the previous year.


The Federal Government has banned the production of cough syrups containing the intoxicant element codeine.


President MUHAMMADU BUHARI has encouraged Christians to see the celebration of Easter as a time of great promise and hope for the nation, Nigeria despite the challenges faced by the country.


The Catholic Bishop of Port Harcourt, Most Reverend CAMILLUS ETOKUDO is advocating the entrenchment of religious freedom.


The usual boom in foodstuff, clothing and household goods experienced by traders during festive seasons appears to be lacking in the markets around Rivers State capital, Port Harcourt.


 

Rivers State Governor, NYESOM WIKE, has dissolved the Caretaker Committees for Khana and Gokana Local Government Councils. 


The Peoples Democratic Party has challenged Vice President YEMI OSINBAJO to stop making claims of looting of public treasury that cannot be verified.


 

France has offered to mediate in the conflict in northern Syria, where Turkey launched a military offensive against Kurdish fighters in January.


Fresh tension is building up between Israelis and Palestinians ahead of a major protest by Palestinians along the border.


President MUHAMMADU BUHARI has pledged the continued commitment of his administration to address corruption, insecurity and poverty in the country. 


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