The Fascinating Diversity of Nigeria: A Tale of Interacting with People from Different States+30

In this article, the author shares their personal experience of interacting with individuals from various states in Nigeria and expresses their appreciation for the country's diversity. They also highlight the need for political change to retire corrupt politicians and their supporters.

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Six Arrested in Connection with Killing of Divisional Police Officer in Rivers State+30

Six individuals have been arrested in connection with the killing of the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Ahoada East Council, Rivers State, Nigeria. The DPO was ambushed and murdered by suspected members of the Iceland cult group. The arrests were made following a police operation in the community, and the suspects are currently undergoing interrogation. The community has been evacuated, and a new DPO has been appointed to lead investigations in the area. This incident has raised concerns about safety and the presence of cult groups in Rivers State.

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Lagos State to Introduce HPV Vaccine to Prevent Cervical Cancer+30

The Lagos State Primary Health Care Board (LSPHCD) is set to introduce the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in order to prevent cervical cancer among girls aged 9 to 14. Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers among women globally, and the second most common in Nigeria. The vaccine, called Gardasil, will be administered free of charge in 15 states and the Federal Capital Territory from September 25 to September 30.

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Nigeria and Turkey Partnership: Creating Millions of Jobs in Healthcare and Infrastructure+30

The partnership between Nigeria and Turkey has the potential to generate over one million jobs in the healthcare and infrastructure sectors. The Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) welcomes the collaboration and highlights the need for government support to create a conducive environment for private sector growth. The aim is to bridge the gap in healthcare services, reduce medical tourism, and boost the local economy.

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President of Nigeria Orders Recall of Ambassadors+30

President Bola Tinubu of Nigeria has ordered the recall of all Nigerian ambassadors, except those representing the country at the United Nations. The decision comes after an investigation into the functioning of Nigerian embassies worldwide. The move aims to enhance the efficiency and quality of services provided to citizens, residents, and potential visitors.

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Nigerian President orders recall of all ambassadors+30

President Bola Tinubu of Nigeria has ordered the recall of all ambassadors serving in diplomatic missions around the world, except for the representatives at the United Nations in New York and Geneva. This decision comes after a thorough review of the situation in Nigerian diplomatic missions, and is aimed at restructuring and improving the country's representation abroad.

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Abuja's Battle with Decay and the Resurrection of Traffic Lights+30

The article highlights the decay and challenges faced by Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, emphasizing its dysfunctional infrastructure and rampant lawlessness. It also discusses the recent revival of some traffic lights in the city and the potential impact on road safety. The article calls for a comprehensive approach to address the larger issues plaguing Abuja, rather than focusing solely on symbolic improvements like traffic lights.

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The Importance of Integrity and Education in Nigerian Leadership+30

As Nigeria struggles with issues of educational qualifications and integrity in leadership, the Heritage for Life Foundation is recognizing two nonagenarians, Dr. Christopher Kolade and Chief Emeka Anyaoku, who have exemplified honesty and ethical behavior throughout their lives. This article delves into the importance of integrity and education in Nigerian leadership, shedding light on the need for role models and a reformation of values in the country.

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Abuja: A City in Decay and the Hope for Change+30

Despite the decay and collapse of Abuja, there are signs of hope with the restoration of some traffic lights following the appointment of Nyesom Wike as the new minister of the Federal Capital Territory. However, Abuja's problems extend far beyond malfunctioning traffic lights, including filth, dead street lights, bad roads, and rising crime. The city is a victim of years of elite abuse. Meanwhile, Gabon faces its own political crisis with a military coup, highlighting a disturbing trend across Africa. This article delves into the issues facing Abuja and the need for meaningful change.

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Flood Ravages Adamawa State: Residents Urged to Stay Vigilant+30

The Adamawa Emergency Management Agency (ADSEMA) has confirmed that five persons have been swept away by floods in different parts of the state. Many homes and business premises have also been affected. ADSEMA has urged residents of flood-prone areas to relocate to safer places and be more vigilant. The agency is conducting sensitization campaigns across the state.

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Bobrisky Claims Delta Crossdressers Deserved Arrest+30

Famous Nigerian transvestite, Bobrisky, has expressed his opinion on the arrest of over 100 crossdressers in Delta state, Nigeria. In a post on his Instagram page, Bobrisky stated that the crossdressers deserved to be arrested because of the existing law in Nigeria that prohibits same-sex marriage. He emphasized that being a crossdresser is not for everyone and urged budding crossdressers to learn from A-listers. Bobrisky's comments have generated mixed reactions among Nigerians.

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Nigeria Ranked as the Highest Soft Drink Consuming Nation in the World+30

Nigeria has been identified as the highest soft drink consuming country in the world, with an estimated 38.6 million soft drinks being sold daily. This alarming statistic raises concerns about the health risks associated with the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs). Dr. Amadi Dorothy, Deputy Director of the Non-Communicable Diseases division at the Federal Ministry of Health, emphasized the need for interventions such as the SSB tax to address the rising non-communicable diseases burden in Nigeria.

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Peter Obi Denies Allegations of Bribing Arise Television Presenter+30

Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), has vehemently denied allegations of bribing Rufai Oseni, an Arise Television presenter. In a social media update, Obi clarified that he did not financially sponsor the burial of Oseni's father and emphasized that he does not give money to promote his name. Despite the denial, Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide, continues to question Obi's involvement.

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Nigeria's Igbo Eri Kingdom Connects with Kentucky in Historic Event+30

The Igbo Eri Kingdom of Nigeria made a historic connection with the state of Kentucky in an event held at the Lyric Theater. Descendants of Nigerian slaves who originated from the Igbo Eri kingdom gathered to encourage black residents to embrace their African roots. The event aimed to build bridges between cultures and honor the contributions of ancestors. King Chukwuemeka Eri and his family received traditional Native American gifts, symbolizing the importance of unity and international connections.

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Police Inspector Arrested for Assaulting Citizen in Imo State+30

Imo State Police Commissioner, Mohammed Barde, has taken swift action by arresting a police inspector seen in a viral video assaulting a citizen in Owerri. The inspector is now facing an orderly room trial and will subsequently face disciplinary action. This incident has raised concerns about the conduct of police officers within the state.

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