• SIM Deactivation: AMID COVID-19 Restrictions Lagosians Invade NIMC Office for registration

    SIM Deactivation: AMID COVID-19 Restrictions Lagosians Invade NIMC Office for registration0

    The Alausa office of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) in Lagos today Monday witnessed Large crowd gathering as the country continues to battle with a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The federal government, through the Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy, this month issued a two-week ultimatum to all telecommunications operators in the

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  • Nigeria records 1,145 new COVID-19 infections

    Nigeria records 1,145 new COVID-19 infections0

    for the first time since the pandemic, crossed 1,000 daily COVID-19 infections with 1,145 new confirmed cases of coronavirus disease and one death. Last Wednesday, December, 16, the country had recorded a total of 930 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the second-highest daily infections since the existence of the pandemic. The country also on December 11,

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  • 418 new cases as total hits 73,175 – COVID-19

    418 new cases as total hits 73,175 – COVID-190

    The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has recorded 418 new cases of COVID-19 in the country. The NCDC made this known on its verified website on Sunday. It said the new cases were recorded in 16 states and the Federal Capital Territory(FCT). The health agency said that Lagos State topped the chart with 113

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  • COVID-19: NUC Issues New Directives On Reopening Of Varsities

    COVID-19: NUC Issues New Directives On Reopening Of Varsities0

    THE National Universities Commission (NUC) has released new directives to Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian universities for the safe reopening of universities for academic activities during the COVID-19 pandemic.In a memo addressed to the Vice-Chancellors sighted, the Commission announced that steps have been taken towards the reopening of universities in Nigeria following a significant decline in the

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  • COVID-19: Russian vaccine yet to arrive, FG tell Nigerians

    COVID-19: Russian vaccine yet to arrive, FG tell Nigerians0

    The federal government has disclosed that whenever the Russian COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Nigeria, it would be evaluated by relevant agencies before it is approved for citizens. The minister of state for health, Adeleke Mamora told a news conference in Abuja on Thursday, September 10, that reports claiming the Russian COVID-19 was already in Nigeria

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  • Expired seasoning cubes in circulation, Customs warn Nigerians

    Expired seasoning cubes in circulation, Customs warn Nigerians0

    Nigerians have been warned about an expired product being brought to the market. The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) issued the warning, stating that the products had expired since June 28, 2019. According to the memo dated August 19 and signed by Hassan Sabo, comptroller (enforcement). The document, titled “Re: Circulation of Expired Seasoning Cubes across

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