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China telecom operators build 80,000 5G base stations in 4 months

Three China’s major telecom operators have been revealed to have built more than 80,000 5G base stations in four months. The recorded first quarter of the year’s development was reported as a contributing action to the country’s mission to improve its infrastructure development of the super-fast wireless technology. The telecom sector’s business volume expanded 23.9
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Economy, Nigeria

Nigeria won’t meet UN SDG 2030 health target unless – Prof. Soludo

ABUJA- FORMER Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria,CBN and current member of the recently federal government-constituted Economic Advisory Council,Prof. Charles Soludo,Tuesday, said there were indications that Nigeria would not meet the United Nation’s, UN Sustainable Development Goals number three which he noted,”envisions that by 2030,all all countries should ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages.”

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NASS will support EFCC ICPC in fight against corruption —Lawan

NASS will support EFCC ICPC in fight against corruption —Lawan

President of the Senate, Dr. Ahmad Lawan, on Tuesday that the National Assembly would provide the necessary support to anti-graft agencies in the fight against corruption. Lawan said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) are the leading government agencies in anti-corruption. He said the 
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Ikoyi, Fisayo Soyombo, prison, journalist

Fisayo Soyombo: We won’t arrest journalist over report on Ikoyi Prisons ― CG

Launches investigation By Omeiza Ajayi Controller General of the Nigeria Correctional Service NCoS, Ja’afaru Ahmed has dismissed reports that the service planned to arrest an investigative journalist, ‘Fisayo Soyombo over his report which unearthed shady practices at the Ikoyi Custodial Centre in Lagos. Service Public Relations Officer, Controller Francis Enobore who disclosed this in a statement
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Brothers charged with second-degree murder for leaving 82-year-old grandmother die

…as they pulled methamphetamine equipment out of burning fire Two New York brothers are facing second-degree murder charges for allegedly saving their methamphetamine equipment from a house fire, leaving their 82-year-old grandmother behind to die. Jarret Gause, 33, and brother, 21-year-old Justin, were charged with the crime in connection to the fire that occurred in
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