GE Nigeria unveils e-learning portal to boost innovative skills development
The portal was inaugurated on Thursday in Lagos.
Nigerian blogger regains freedom after two days in police detention
The blogger was detained for allegedly publishing defamatory materials against former Gov. Godswill Akpabio.
2019: Atiku pledges to start restructuring process six months after inauguration
Mr Abubakar made the pledge on Thursday in Ibadan during the flag off of his campaign in the South-west zone.
Kenyan teenagers win Daily Trust African of the Year Award
The winners of the award will be honoured at a ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria.
70% of Nigerian children not registered – Commission
Only 30 per cent of pregnant women visit health centers to deliver their babies.
Cyberstalking: Another court grants Deji Adeyanju bail
Mr Adeyanju was earlier granted bail by another court on December 3 but was re-arrested by the police and arraigned on new charges.
How tackling malnutrition can curb poverty in Nigeria – Expert
“If Nigeria overcomes the menace of malnutrition, 33 per cent of poor people will get out of extreme poverty.”
Senator warns on rising population, urges Nigerian govt to release $1m for Family Planning
“If we continue to allow the families to grow, it means we are heading to doom,” Mr Tejuosho said.
Senate moves to avert fuel scarcity, urges payment of subsidy in two weeks
The resolution is the latest move to avert a looming strike by the marketers who issued a seven-day ultimatum on Sunday, December 2.
Three PREMIUM TIMES’ journalists shortlisted for Wole Soyinka Award
Winners will get a plaque and an opportunity to attend an all-expense-paid international study-tour.
RCCG Holy Ghost Congress (Day 2): Pastor Adeboye narrates ‘encounter with God’
The pastor said he once had little faith and some of his early miracles surprised him.
Lawyer accused of killing husband inflicted injury on self – Witness
Other witnesses give their accounts of the killing.
Improve young people’s access to family planning services, experts urge Nigerian govt
Family Planning is the right of women and girls, they said.
Senate moves to allow Colleges of Education award first degrees
The issuance of the new degree would be on the approval of regulatory agencies governing the institutions.
Senate passes six federal institutions’ establishment bills
The proposed institutions are four polytechnics, one college of education and one university of technology.
Increase Family Planning funding, Gates Foundation advises Nigerian govt
This has become necessary as donor funding is dwindling and healthy people still remain the greatest assets of any nation.
Child malnutrition, a large burden to any country – Lai Mohammed
The minister said there is need for continued investment in child nutrition.
Court remands domestic help for allegedly stealing N300,000 gold chain from employer
The police charged Mr Usman with theft.