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Monthly Archives: December, 2017

Biotechnology: Activists should back up claims with verifiable scientific evidence

Nigerians take pride in being a nation of many firsts. In 1985, Nigeria emerged as the first nation to win the maiden edition of...

Will Nigeria be flooded by GMOs in 2018?

Do Nigerians know what the safety level of foods on their dining tables would be in 2018? That is a trillion Naira question. The...

2017: How migration issues rocked Nigeria, developing world

The issue of migration, with emphasis on irregular migration, took a place on the front burner of government and other actors in Nigeria with...

12 new health care facilities earmarked for FCT

Acting Executive Secretary, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Primary Health Care Development Board, Dr Mathew Ashikeni, says that 12 additional health care facilities had been...

Waste recycling described as an efficient source of revenue generation

An environmental analyst, Mr Odumeru Musuilideen, on Saturday, December 30, 2017 dscribed waste recycling as an efficient source of revenue generation and a way...

Unilag now compliant with WHO malaria diagnostic test standard

The University of Lagos, Akoka (Unilag) says the World Health Organisation (WHO) has recognised its institution as being compliant with its malaria Rapid Diagnostic...

Cocoa farmers decry low productivity, urges government commitment in 2018

Chairman, Osun State Chapter of Cocoa Farmers Association of Nigeria (CFAN), Mr Moses Oladipupo, has decried the poor production of cocoa in the state,...

Nigeria can achieve self-sufficiency in rice production, says expert

The Chief Executive Officer, Raymos Guanah Farms, Mr Raymos Guanah says that Nigeria can achieve self-sufficiency in rice production if the present trend is...

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Lagos trains 50 town planners in drones deployment

Lagos State Government began a two-week training of  50 town planners on Monday, February 6, 2023, on effective operation of drones to monitor...
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Death toll could increase eight-fold in Turkey quake, says WHO

The death toll from a strong earthquake in south-eastern Turkey, near Syria's border, could rise eight-fold, the World Health...

South African court to hear case challenging Monsanto/Bayer’s drought tolerant GM maize

After five years of protracted legal proceedings, the High Court in Pretoria, South Africa, will on Tuesday, February 7...

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Lagos trains 50 town planners in drones deployment

Lagos State Government began a two-week training of  50 town planners on...

Death toll could increase eight-fold in Turkey quake, says WHO

The death toll from a strong earthquake in south-eastern...