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4 underage girls drown in Jigawa pond

By Bayo Alabira Dutse Four underaged girls who attempted swimming across a pond in Sakwaya village in Dutse local government area of Jigawa state have drowned. Spokesman of the state police command, Abdu Jinjiri, confirmed the incident in an interview ...

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A Christmas in Gwoza

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In this report,Defence Correspondent MUSA UMAR BOLOGI writes on efforts of the military in bringing and sustaining peace in Gwoza community, former headquarters of Boko Haram terrorists, which aided a hitch-free Christmas celebration Welcome to Christmas The thunderous sound from ...

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The good, bad and ugly events of 2017

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Although 2017 has rolled away, the events of that shaped the year will certainly have impact in 2018, especially in political circles and even beyond as ELEOJO IDACHABA highlights in this report. Last year came with lots of promises, hopes ...

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Open defecation: A gateway to diseases

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The unwholesome practice of open defecation has unleashed a near health emergency in the country as diseases like cholera, typhoid and diarrhoea are on the rise. In spite of efforts of some local and international Non Governmental Organisations to curb ...

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Breaking the malaria cycle

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Rasak Musbau, In spite of the huge amount that government, both at the federal and state levels, spends on the provision of curative drugs with the support from the Global Fund, malaria has remained endemic in Nigeria. Indeed, it is ...

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2018: Charlyboy shares prophecy

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As many pastors revealeved the 2018 prophecy, the convener of OurMumuDonDo in a video shared on his Instagram page said Boko Haram will surrender in 2018. Charlyboy said “My people 2018 don land. I would be a hypocrite to wish ...

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