The Federal Ministry of Health and Social Welfare has vowed that it will address the dual challenges of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) and HIV in the country.
The Nigeria Judicial Council (NJC) has recommended the appointment of Supreme Court Justices.
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The Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN) is spearheading a community-led approach to maternal health and HIV prevention in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
ASHENEWS reports that the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) has demanded a full, thorough, honest, and open investigation into Sunday’s incident where a Nigerian Army military drone killed dozens of civilians in Kaduna state.
As part of efforts to ensure peaceful coexistence amongst other ethnicities, the Niger state government has assured that it will reintroduce the annual cultural festival tagged Niger State Festivals (NIFEST) next year.
ASHENEWS reports that the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC)/Transparency International in Nigeria have called on the National Assembly (NASS) to amend the Electoral Act for pre-election matters to be not litigable after announcement of the winner of an election.
Is there something with the presidential system of democracy we have twice adopted for ourselves that necessitates involving the courts where judges are made to be the ultimate arbiter between contestants?
Even Zulum’s staunchest enemies cannot but agree with the facts that Borno state and, indeed, other states in Nigeria have never experienced remarkable, comprehensive, and significant progress in all aspects of human life and infrastructure similar to the feats recorded in five years of governor Babagana Umara Zulum in Borno State. The recording continues for the next three years.
“A corrupt judge is more harmful to the society than a man who runs amok with a dagger in a crowded street. While the man with the dagger can be restrained physically, a corrupt judge deliberately destroys the foundation of society.”
In his first televised interview after leaving office, past-president Muhammadu Buhari said that it is Nigerians that should judge the success of his administration or lack of it.