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FRSC Deploys 34,000 Personnel, Four Helicopters, 484 Vehicles For...
The Federal Road Safety Commission has deployed 34,000 operatives and 484 vehicles for Christmas and New Year special patrol.
Becoming a man and a poet at the Nelson Mandela secretariat
By Ogaga Ifowodo When I was elected secretary-general of the students union at the University of Benin in 1987, I headed a secretarial named after Mandela.
GIABA To Boost AML/CFT Knowledge Among Students Through...
The Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa is organizing Inter-Universities Speech Contest on the Impact of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing on West African Economies on the theme: "The Youth Force and the Fight against Corruption and Money Laundering in West Africa" at the Christ The King Parish Hall, ... (more)
Journal of Biochemistry
Synergy of ferrous ion on 5-aminolevulinic acid-mediated growth inhibition of Plasmodium falciparum
Tel: Haem biosynthesis appeared to be a target of malaria therapy because 5-aminolevulinic acid , a haem biosynthesis starting material, with light exposure or a high amount of ALA alone reduced Plasmodium falciparum growth to undetectable level.
French hostage describes escape
A French engineer kidnapped by Islamist militants in northern Nigeria has told the BBC how he managed to escape two weeks ago.
The Raw Story
French hostage recounts escape after captor left door open
The French hostage held for 11 months by an Islamist group in Nigeria told French television on Thursday he made his audacious run for freedom after his captor left a key in the door by mistake.
Why should Prof. Iyayi, Dr. Mahmud Tukur and Chima Ubani die the same ...
Our prime purpose in life is to help others. And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them Despite all the progress humankind has made in the past millennium, the problem of state sponsored murder has remained rofessor Festus Iyayi, former president of the Academic Staff Union of Universities , died on November 12, 2013, in a car crash on ... (more)
Nigerian city fears Islamist cells
A Zimbabwean immigrant working in Botswana lost both his arms after his employer reportedly shot him four times following his demand for payment for the work he had done, a report says.