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How Obiano Saw Tomorrow With Establishment Of Oxygen Production  Plant– Ibezim 

Dr Gilbert OnyekaChukwu Ibezim is the Managing Director, Anambra State Oxygen Production Plant as well as the Special Adviser to the Executive  Governor on Indigenous Medicine and Herbal Practice. Dr ...

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Alcohol Use Is Worryingly High Among Nigerian Students: Here’s Who Is Most At Risk

Used bear bottles in a factory in Nigeria. Stefan Heunis/AFP/Getty Images Samson Femi Agberotimi, North-West University Many young people drink alcohol – whether it’s out of curiosity, ignorance, peer pressure ...

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What It Will Take To Produce Vaccines In Nigeria: Money’s Just The First Step

Nigeria can resuscitate its vaccine production laboratory with money recently released by its government for local production of COVID-19 vaccine. Leon Neal/Getty Images Daniel Oladimeji Oluwayelu, University of Ibadan The ...

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Africa’s COVID-19 Case Fatality Rate Surpasses Global Level

Africa’s coronavirus case fatality rate has risen alarmingly to 2.5%, higher than the global level of 2.2%, the head of the continent’s disease control body said on Thursday. Earlier in ...

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Nollywood Mourns As Veteran Actor, Bruno Iwuoha, Dies

Nollywood mourns again as veteran Nollywood actor, Chief Bruno Iwuoha, has been confirmed dead.   Bruno died after battling with diabetes and going blind for years. His painful dead was made ...

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Osinbajo Extols Buhari’s Support For Entertainment Industry, Congratulates Burnaboy, Wizkid

In recognition of the strategic importance of the entertainment and creative sector in growing the Nigerian economy, the Buhari administration has in the past few years introduced several initiatives to ...

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Going To The Cinema In Lagos Isn’t Just About The Movie That’s Showing

Nigerian director Kunle Afolayan speaks with passengers aboard a flight during the premiere of his film, The CEO. Florian Placheur/AFP/Getty Añulika Agina, Pan Atlantic University Going to the movies is ...

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The Perils Of Mixing Music And Politics In Nigeria

Nigerian pop star D’banj performing on stage in London. Robin Little/Redferns/Getty Garhe Osiebe, Rhodes University Musicians play a prominent role in Nigeria’s dynamic political landscape, especially since the country became ...

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Sports News

Euro 2020: Football’s Promotion Of Unhealthy Consumption Must End

Robin Ireland, University of Glasgow and Christopher Bunn, University of Glasgow The Euros are here – Europe’s festival of football, featuring some of the best players on the planet in ...

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Racism In Football: New Research Shows Media Treats Black Men Differently To White Men

Paul Ian Campbell, University of Leicester On BBC Sport, Match of the Day pundits Ian Wright and Alan Shearer recently had a conversation about racism in football. Shearer, the white ...

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Tottenham Sack Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has been sacked as Tottenham coach after 17 months in charge of the London club. According to reports, Ryan Mason and Chris Powell will be in temporary charge ...

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AFCON: Nigeria Thrash Lesotho 3-0

Super Eagles beat Lesotho 3-0 in their final Group L match in the 2021 AFCON Qualifiers at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos State on Tuesday. Napoli’s striker Victor Osimhen ...

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