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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has declared war on an invisible enemy – maternal and infant mortality. These preventable deaths have plagued Nigeria for far too long, and the FCT is taking decisive action to reverse this grim trend. A City Determined: Zero Tolerance for Preventable Deaths Recent statistics paint a concerning picture. According to a 2023 UNICEF report, Nigeria has an unacceptably high maternal mortality rate (MMR) of 107.2 infant deaths per 1,000 live births. The FCT, while boasting a slightly lower rate, is still far from achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set for maternal and infant…

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In a move that has sent shockwaves through the Nigerian manufacturing sector, the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) recently disconnected power supply to major facilities, including the Ogun Industrial Estate in Ota, Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State. This action, along with the disconnection of the Jebba Paper Mill in Ilorin, Kwara State, and the Liberty Stadium in Ibadan, Oyo State, has reignited concerns about the precarious state of power supply and its crippling effect on Nigerian businesses. A Crippling Blow to Industry The Ogun Industrial Estate, a hub for numerous businesses, is a crucial contributor to the state’s…

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A shroud of controversy has descended upon the passing of beloved Nollywood actor, Sule Suebebe. According to multiple reports circulating online, the late actor’s family has allegedly rejected his corpse from a popular clergyman. Details surrounding the reason for this dramatic turn of events remain unclear, with conflicting narratives emerging from both sides. A Beloved Figure Lost Sule Suebebe’s sudden passing sent shockwaves through the Nigerian film industry. The veteran actor, known for his comedic roles and infectious smile, was a household name across the country. Tributes poured in from fans and colleagues alike, all mourning the loss of a…

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Social media firebrand and nightlife king Cubana Chief Priest sparked conversation online recently with his unique take on marital investment. In a series of now-viral Instagram posts, Cubana Chief Priest urged men, particularly those who have achieved a certain level of success, to prioritize investing in their wives’ personal growth. His message, delivered with his signature flamboyant style, went beyond the realm of material possessions. Cubana Chief Priest emphasized the importance of supporting a wife’s aspirations, fostering her confidence, and ultimately, elevating her “steeze” – a slang term encompassing style, confidence, and overall aura. The core of Cubana Chief Priest’s…

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The Edo State government, under the leadership of Governor Godwin Obaseki, has announced a delightful surprise for its workforce: early payment of June salaries ahead of the upcoming Sallah celebrations. This move, announced on [date], has been met with cheers and appreciation from state employees, significantly bolstering the festive spirit. A Windfall for Sallah: Timely Funds Ease Financial Burden The decision to pay salaries on June 14th, a deviation from the usual 26th of the month schedule, demonstrates the government’s commitment to supporting its employees during this important religious holiday. Sallah, also known as Eid al-Fitr, marks the end of…

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Denrele Edun, the undisputed king of flamboyant fashion and audacious style, celebrated his 43rd birthday on [date] in a way that only he could – with a gravity-defying hairstyle and a not-so-subtle dig at his imitators. Edun, known for his outrageous outfits, infectious energy, and fearless individuality, took to social media to mark the occasion. The centerpiece of his birthday celebration wasn’t a lavish party or an expensive cake, but his hair – a towering, intricately woven masterpiece that defied description. The internet, predictably, went into meltdown. A Birthday Hairdo for the Ages Details about the creation itself remain shrouded…

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Tosin Adarabioyo, the highly-rated young defender, has sent Nigerian football fans into a frenzy with a cryptic social media post hinting at a potential international allegiance switch. This development comes as Adarabioyo prepares to join Chelsea on a free transfer after his contract with Fulham expires at the end of June. The 23-year-old’s international future has always been a topic of discussion, having represented England at youth levels but yet to feature for the senior team. A Defender in Demand: Adarabioyo’s Rise Adarabioyo began his youth career at Manchester City before blossoming at Fulham, where he established himself as a…

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Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has ignited a firestorm of debate with his scathing criticism of the federal government’s decision to reinstate the pre-1978 national anthem. Makinde’s comments, delivered amidst a backdrop of worsening economic hardship in Nigeria, have struck a chord with many citizens, forcing a national conversation on the allocation of resources and the urgency of addressing pressing issues. A Song of Discontent: Makinde’s Critique In a statement released on [date], Governor Makinde condemned the anthem switch as a “waste of time and resources.” He argued that with “so many Nigerians are suffering” from hunger, crumbling infrastructure,…

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The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has sent shockwaves through the Nigerian banking sector with a surprise announcement: Heritage Bank, once a prominent player in the financial landscape, is being liquidated, and its assets, including its head office in Lagos, are up for sale. This move by the NDIC, acting as the official liquidator, raises serious questions about the circumstances surrounding Heritage Bank’s failure and the potential impact on depositors and the broader economy. A Fall from Grace: The Demise of Heritage Bank Details surrounding the reasons behind Heritage Bank’s collapse remain scarce. The NDIC’s public announcement focuses solely on…

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Nigeria’s quest for a revised national minimum wage has hit a critical juncture, with the Federal Government and organized labor locked in a bitter dispute. The government has warned of potential mass layoffs if labor unions insist on their proposed increase, while the unions have rejected the government’s offer as insufficient. This deadlock raises serious concerns about the future of Nigerian workers, particularly those on the lower end of the pay scale. The specter of job losses looms large, potentially exacerbating existing economic anxieties. A Negotiation Stalled: The Numbers Game Talks between the Federal Government and the Nigeria Labour Congress…

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