CSOs: Those who killed a herdsman were arrested but killer herdsmen still on the prowl

Two civil society organisations (CSOs) have expressed concern with the way those alleged to have killed a herdsman in Adamawa were arrested while suspects wreaking

Boosting Food Quality And Safety Through Local Procurement In Nigeria

How UN World Food Programme (WFP) quality requirements and continuous training of stakeholders ensure conflict-affected families receive safe, quality food.

Over 8,000 Nigerian Migrants Return Home With UN Assistance In 1 Year

over 8,000 stranded Nigerian migrants to return home from transit and destination countries along the Mediterranean irregular migratory route.

UN Allocates $2 Million For Cholera Outbreak In North-East Nigeria

The United Nations (UN), through the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund, has allocated US$2 million to support the response to a deadly cholera outbreak in Yobe State, north-east Nigeria that could affect thousands of people.

Kebbi Partners FG, EU, UN, Initiates Drugs Prevention Programme in Schools

Two hundred teachers selected from the 21 local government areas of Kebbi State are in the process of being trained in administering Unplugged, a novel school-based drug prevention programme in secondary schools throughout the State.

FRSC Boss get 2nd term in office, other appointments

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Be vigilant on NGO regulation Bill, NNGO tells Nigerians

The Nigeria Network of NGOs, NNGO has called on Nigerians not to rest their hoarse in the resistance against the bill seeking to regulate the activities of Non-Governmental Organisation, NGOs, in Nigeria.

Re-Open Bola Ige, Dikibo’s Cases, Buhari tells IGP

President Muhammadu Buhari, directed the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to reopen investigation into the unresolved murder of former Attorney-General of the Federation and...

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Minister Talks Tough On Violence Against Women, Girls

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Christian Aid Appoints First Director Based Outside the UK

Christian Aid has appointed its first director based outside the UK. Nigeria-based Ojobo Ode Atuluku will join the charity at the...

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