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Nigeria: Lack of synergy cause loss of IMO election —Operators

We are Nigerians, not voters

By Ayodele OKUNFOLAMI YOU can’t have a once for all bath. It is a regular exercise to refresh our bodies physically and sometimes mentally. Elections are also like baths. They are supposed to be regular rituals to renew our democracy, reaffirm our republic and celebrate our nationhood. READ ALSO:INEC blames judiciary, politicians for nation’s electoral
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SERAP, Nigerians, corruption

96.2% Nigerians believe corruption remains major problem ― SERAP survey

By Olasunkanmi Akoni A Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, new public survey released has shown that 96.2 per cent Nigerians still believed that corruption remained a serious problem in the country. They also believed that corruption is affecting majority despite Nigerian authorities’ “oft-repeated” commitment to addressing the problem. According to the survey released by
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NHIS, Nigerians

NHIS covers less than 5% of Nigerians ― Reps

Say scheme, can’t account for billions of public funds By Tordue Salem – Abuja The House of Representatives Joint-Committee on Insurance & Actuarial Matters, Health Services and Health Institutions, has disclosed that despite a steady guzzle of billions of public funds in 15 years, the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has captured less than five
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Hate speech, Senate, Nigeria

Hate Speech: We won’t support gagging of Nigerians, Human Rights tells FG

By Ikechukwu Nnochiri – Abuja The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Friday, said it would resist any attempt by the Federal Government to gag Nigerians through adverse legislation. The Commission which took the position amid mounting protestations against the proposed Hate Speech Bill that has passed second reading in the Senate maintained that it
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