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The Guardian Nigeria

Saturday 25 April 2015
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NFF president,  Amaju Pinnick

NFF finally seals kits’ deal, Flying Eagles to launch jersey in New Zealand

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) yesterday in London signed a new kit sponsorship deal with American sports wear manufacturing company, Nike...

Africa may miss 75% reduction rate in malaria cases, deaths, says WHO

African countries are not likely to attain the World Health Assembly target of 75% reduction in malaria cases and deaths by 2015, the World Health Organisation has said.

Troops invade Boko Haram stronghold, Sambisa forest

Nigerian forces backed by warplanes invaded Islamist group Boko Haram’s last known stronghold, the Sambisa forest, on Wednesday, in an effort to finally defeat their six-year-old insurgency.

Governor Babatunde Fashola

Fashola, six others win International Crisis Group's 2015 awards

ICG, in a media release dated April 23, says Fashola is being conferred with the Stephen J. Solarz Award “for his commitment to resolving social, economic and security challenges..."

Nigeria records no polio case in nine months

According to the Weekly Polio Update released yesterday by the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), no new wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) cases were reported in the past week.

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