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 The Emir of Rano, in Kano State,  Alhaji Tafida Abubakar Ila II, is dead. The post Breaking: Emir of Rano is dead appeared first on Vanguard News.

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A federal judge dismissed the United States women’s soccer team’s bid for equal pay on Friday, rejecting claims the players had been underpaid in a crushing defeat for the reigning world champions.

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By Bashir Bello KANO – The Emir of Rano, in Kano State, Alhaji Tafida Abubakar Ila II, is dead. The emir passed away on Saturday at a hospital in Kano at the

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Stay up to date with the latest news, views and analysis as the number of coronavirus cases in SA increases.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa is not being undermined by his own ministers by restricting the ban on selling tobacco for Level 4 of the lockdown and fully endorsed the ban, Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu says.

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The 36 prisoners were released as part of efforts to decongest the prisons following the threat of COVID-19 pandemic. The post COVID-19: Uzodinma releases 36 prisoners, appoints new Customary Court president appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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The university says the invention is part of its contribution to promote research and stem further spread of COVID-19. The post COVID-19: Bayero University fabricates ventilator machine appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

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Cipla is supplying ARVs to the country through an affiliate group, Cipla South Africa.

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President Akufo-Addo has said discussions with the World Bank are ongoing to raise more funds to support government rsquo;s Coronavirus Alleviation Programme. The President disclosed this at the virtual May Day celebrations held today .

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The fall army worms have destroyed over 65 acres of maize and vegetables and rendered hundreds of farmers and families disillusioned. The affected communities are Akufful-Beposo, MbaaMp3hia, Homaho, Appiahkrom, Haruna, Domeabra, Nfanti, Yaw Boamah, Abodweseso, Adadientem, and Beyerden.

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The decision was taken with the consent of the Sunyani Traditional Council (STC) as the best line of action to ensure the spread of the COVID-19 was stemmed. Nana Bosoma market which is located about two kilometres away, south of the central business district is the busiest and most chocked area on Wednesdays in Sunyani.

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Weeds are major constraints to cassava production in Africa, contributing to yield reduction and placing a huge burden on the lives of farmers, especially women and children. Because cassava is a long duration crop, women often stoop for hundreds of hours to weed and keep a hectare of cassava clean for an annum.

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ldquo;We want the monies to be properly used in the quest of fighting against COVID-19. We expect the assemblies to use the money to support and educate our people, rdquo; Mr Abu Kasangabata, Executive Director of the Think Tank, has said.

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ENUGU state has recorded a fourth confirmed case of COVID-19. The post Enugu, Ebonyi get new cases of COVID-19 appeared first on Vanguard News.

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The Lagos State government has yet again announced that 22 COVID-19 patients have been discharged from infectious disease centres in the state. Eight females and 14 males were discharged after fully recovering

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By Omeiza Ajayi – Abuja Governors of the ruling All Progressives Congress APC have lamented the continued spread of the Novel Coronavirus pandemic which they said has worsened cases of malnutrition in

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"Bizarre and irregular." This is how British American Tobacco South Africa described Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's reliance on 2 000 submissions to continue the government's ban on the sale of tobacco products under the lockdown regulation.

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