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Surrendering Terrorists And The Burden Of Justice

The recent wave of surrender by the members of Boko Haram and Islamic States West African Province (ISWAP) terrorist groups.

Boosting Palm Oil Production Via Research, Funding

He notes that the association is working towards ensuring that farmers are rich and eligible to access support from the CBN to grow oil palm.

Anambra Governorship poll: APC And The Burden Of Incumbency

Political analysts believe that it will be unprecedented exploit for the All-Progressives Congress to win the Anambra governorship

Curbing Violent Extremism In Children

Many believe that the extremists recruit children of tender age to carry on their ideologies which oftentimes lead to radicalization.

Fury Wildfires Rage Globally, 6000 Incidents Record In California

More than 6,000 wildfires had burnt around 2,347 square km of land in California this year, according to the Cal Fire’s 2021 Incident Archive.

Pension: Why Retirees Are Canvassing Review Of Lump Sum

It is no secret that many Nigerian workers, particularly those in the public service, are unable draw their pension long after retirement.

Preventing Fibroids Formation Via Healthy Diet, Early Child-bearing

Dr Prosper Igboeli, a gynaecologist, who spoke on how to check formation of fibroid, explains that good diet could reduce its development.

Curbing Menace Of S3x For Grades

For ages, s3x has been used as a tool to influence outcomes, decisions or gain undue favour or advantage over others in high and low places.

The War Against Drug Abuse

Adagwu who is a psychologist, also blamed the government for not giving sufficient support to agencies with the mandate to check drug abuse.

Examining Effects Of Hard Drugs On Youths And Remedy

Some youths insist that they take hard drug to “fit’’ in, to feel “cool’’, feel “better’’ and get “high’’ to express themselves in public.

Curbing Irregular Migration, S3x Slavery In Africa

However, the tale is not only bleak in Europe; irregular migrants within Africa also suffer a similar fate of forced labour and s3x slavery.

Solving Nigeria’s Epileptic Power Supply With Coal

Nigeria is blessed with year round flowing rivers that can provide sustainable water for the efficient operations of coal fired power plants.

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2023: Fulfill Campaign Promises, Delta Assembly Aspirant Urges Politicians

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