Drama As Police Shoot Tear-Gas At INEC Ad-Hoc Staff Protesting Nonpayment Of Election Allowance

Police in Enugu on Tuesday used tear gas on some INEC ad-hoc staff protesting the non-payment of their allowances for the just concluded general elections in the state, NAN reports. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the tear gas affected passersby, school children and motorists who ran helter-skelter for their lives. The protesters […]

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Panic As JAMB, WAEC Fix Exams Same Date

Some of the candidates preparing to seat for the upcoming West African Examination Council, WAEC, and the Joint Admissions Matriculations Board, JAMB are embittered about the examination dates’ clash. The candidates have complained bitterly about the clashes, thus, asking the two bodies to reach understanding for the sake of their future. The students called on […]

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A Seven-Member Team Of Ghanaian Doctors Has Performed The First-Ever Brain Surgery Without Cutting The Skull

The minimally invasive brain surgery is the technique by which health workers safely remove the brain and skull-base tumors through smaller and more precise openings that minimize collateral damage; that is, injury or other damage inflicted on an unintended target such as blood vessels and nerves. Technically known as ‘Endovascular brain aneurysm coiling’ (because there […]

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’35 APC Senators Back Ndume For Senate President’

Thirty-five senators on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have reportedly thrown their weight behind Ali Ndume for the position of Senate President in the ninth National Assembly. Those rooting for Ndume are mostly drawn from first-time senators and a few former governors who feel slighted by the “bullying tendencies” of the national […]

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