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THE Presidency, yesterday, told state governments and law enforcement agencies to ensure easy movement of food trucks at different checkpoints
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THE Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, has attributed the infection of frontline health workers with coronavirus to non adherence to  global
THE Senate, yesterday, approved President Muhammadu Buhari’s request for a loan of N850 billion to fund the 2020 budget, which
The Board of the International Monetary Fund, IMF, on Tuesday, approved $3.4 billion emergency support for Nigeria to address the