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Radio Report: Chief of Air Staff advises new officers to love their country

Air Marshall Sadique Abubakar

Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Sadique Abubakar, has advised newly commissioned officers of the State Security Service to always love their country and bring new ideas in intelligence gathering, required to overcome contemporary security  challenges in the country. He spoke recently during the passing out parade of Cadet Officers  at the State Security Services Academy in Ojo, Lagos. Correspondent ...

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Radio report: BOI to provide financial support to youths

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In support of Federal Government’s efforts towards addressing youth unemployment, the Bank of Industry (BOI) is to provide financial support to one million Nigerian youths with innovative business ideas, to help them become entrepreneurs instead of job seekers.   At a news briefing in Lagos, the Acting Managing Director of BOI, Waheed Olagunji, said that under the initiative known as ...

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Radio Report: Implications of sand mining in Lagos

lagos sand mining

The building industry is one sector that has created huge opportunities for both the skilled and unskilled in Lagos to earn a living. But this, no doubt, has led to increase in sand mining activities in parts of the state, with attendant environmental and economic consequences. Against this backdrop, correspondent Innocent Onoh takes a look at sand mining and its ...

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Radio Report: How Makoko community women survive in fish business

Makoko

Makoko is a slum neighborhood located by the lagoon on the Mainland in Lagos State, where fishing is the main occupation. Correspondent Ruth King tells us more on how women survive to make a living from fish business in Makoko.

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Radio Report: 2017 Federal Ministry of Health budget unimpressive

Isaac-Adewole

The proposed 2017 Federal Ministry of Health budget of 4.17 percent has been said to be a poor improvement from the 2016 budget , which was 4.13 percent. Correspondent Ruth king brings details in this report and the the endless complaints about the poor funding of the health sector.

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Radio Report: Preeclampsia, major cause of maternal mortality, morbidity

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Preeclampsia is one of the major causes of maternal mortality and morbidity, preterm birth and perinatal death in a developing country like Nigeria. Correspondent Ruth King brings details in this report.   [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/306424021″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]

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Radio Report: Impact of radio stations’ upsurge on governance

Muhammadu-Buhari

Gone were the days when owners of radio sets had to tune in futility in search of stations to listen to. These days, just by tuning the radio, one has so many options to choose from due to the increasing numbers of radio stations in the country Against the backdrop of this year’s World Radio Day, correspondent Innocent Onoh examines ...

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Radio Report: Protesters kick against economic hardship

lagos protest

Protesters, against the economic hardship in the country, on Monday marched on Funsho Williams Avenue in Lagos. The peaceful protest, in respect of which one of the organisers and popular singer, Tuface Idibia, earlier announced had been shelved, took off from the National Stadium, Surulere.   Correspondent Innocent Onoh, who covered the protest, now reports.  

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Radio Report: Fishermen, women face challenges in Epe

Fishermen

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Radio Report: High maternal mortality in Nigeria

maternal mortality

The rate of maternal death in Nigeria is alarming. This report takes a look at circumstances surrounding this unsavoury development. Ruth King has more…

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