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Kastina State plans big to revamp Education Sector

The Katsina State Government has approved the recruitment of 1,900 teachers for its secondary schools, as part of efforts to address shortage of manpower in the schools. Prof. Halimatu Idris, Commissioner for Education, made the disclosure in Katsina on Thursday while briefing newsmen on the outcome of the State Executive Council meeting. The commissioner explained that the teachers to be recruited were those already doing part-time or voluntary ...

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CEO, Moore Technologies Celebrates his amiable wife as she adds another year!

The MD and CEO of Moore Technologies and Devices, Dallymoore Samuel has celebrated his beautiful, amiable wife and a woman of God, Mrs Dallymoore Samuel as she added another year today. Dallymore Samuel who is also a Minister of God and the Founder of  Abuja based online news website called www.dmoorenews.com expressed his gratitude to God for keeping his wife to see ...

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ACC Group, Nollywood Actors Officially Endorse “Hashtag” #IDPsHelpingHands to Save IDPs in Abuja

Abuja Charity Carnival Group (ACCG) alongside Veteran Nollywood Actors such as Zach Orji, Emeka Ike, and Paul Obazele among other had officially announced, endorsed and launched ”campaign hashtag” #IDPsHelpingHands for an awareness intervention charity carnival to save the lives of the IDPs living within the Federal Capital Territory and its environs. According to Mr Dotun Roy, Head Media/Publicity for ACCG, ...

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FCT Commissioner of Police Host Amb.Phil Roberts & Frankie Giva

By Phil Roberts Amb.Phil Roberts and his international partner Franklin Adjetey holds private meeting with the Commissioner of Police Abuja Mr. ‎Mohammed A. Mustapha CP JGS today in his Office on a familiariasation visit to finalise plans for partnership with the Nigeria Police to Host Abuja’s Biggest Independence Concert The “NIGERIA RISE CONCERT” with Abuja Entertainment Practitioners, celebrities from outside ...

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ACC Committee Visit and display Commitment to the IDPs in Abuja

The Abuja Charity Carnival (ACC) Committee on Saturday 3rd September visited the IDPs in Kuchingoro camp, one of the Suburbs of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. This visit was made possible with the support and efforts of Mrs. Charity and Mrs. Folashade, President of Paulash Community Development Initiative in Abuja, an organization that has shown unwavering compassion and concerns to ...

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The Cyber-Subconscious Propinquity Effect and the Mark Zuckerberg Visit to Nigeria — By Ebube George Ebisike

 Dear Global Citizens, Permit me to express that just as the propinquity dimension requiring physical confinement, that networks neuropath-ways amongst humans which aids to establish emotional connections that can be termed as either cordial, antagonistic, erotic etc. The above is showcased in the “Big Brother” show which is in itself an experiment with every season we watch. This therefore brings ...

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Vote for Dorothy Njemanze as one of the JCI finalists

Dorothy Njemanze is a human right activist and gender advocate. She has been one of the top 20 finalists nominated for JCI Nigeria Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award out of which 10 nominees with the highest vote will be honored as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons in Nigeria. Dorothy Njemanze she is the founder of Dorothy Njemanze foundation ...

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