Stop Storing Cooked Food In Refrigerator For More Than Three Days – NAFDAC

Adeyeye stressed that leaving cooked food beyond three days in the refrigerator exposed such food to contamination by disease-causing pathogens.  The Director-General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Prof Mojisola Adeyeye has issued a warning to Nigerians keeping food in the refrigerator for more than three days. According To The NAFDAC Boss, Such Food Could Be Injurious The statement was signed by the agency’s Resident Media Consultant, Sayo Akintola, on Tuesday. Adeyeye stressed that leaving cooked food beyond three days in the refrigerator exposed…

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Kanu Condemns Killing Of Soldiers In South East

The detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has arrived at the Federal High Court Abuja for his trial. Kanu who arrived in court in the presence of his lawyers on Wednesday, also spoke on the killings in the South East. He insisted he was all for peace, and had no hand in the murder of the soldiers. “I condemn in its entirety all of the killings, because IPOB was founded on a non-violent principle, and we maintain that stand. And some of these soldiers, we were…

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Nigeria’s Crude Production Rises To 1.46mbpd

Nigeria’s total oil production rose marginally by 1.45% in May 2024 to 1.46 million barrels per day, up from 1.44 million barrels per day in April. This is contrary to claims by officials that production had reached 1.7mbpd last month. This marginal gain fell short of the country’s OPEC quota of 1.5 million barrels per day and the 1.7 million barrels per day benchmark set for the 2024 national budget. The latest production figures from the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC) contradict claims by Minister of State Petroleum Resources…

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Educational Support: Access Bank Begins Construction Of 60 Additional Classrooms In Maraban, Jos, Kaduna

Access Bank PLC, one of Africa’s leading financial institutions, has continued to demonstrate its commitment to education and community development, breaking ground for the construction of 60 additional classrooms in Maraban Jos, Kaduna. This took place on the sidelines of the 2024 Access Bank Charity Polo Tournament, builds on the Bank’s previous efforts having commissioned 30 blocks of 2 classrooms each at the tournament in 2023. Upon completion of the project, Access Bank aims to double the number of enrolees in the Access Bank Fifth Chukker School, which has seen…

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Enugu First Lady Enrols 1,701 Expectant Mothers On Health Insurance, Launches Mama Care Initiative

Wife of the Enugu State governor, Mrs. Nkechinyere Mbah, Tuesday, launched the “Mama Care Initiative” where 1,701 pregnant women were enrolled on a one-year health insurance premium. Mrs. Mbah, who also gave out financial support and foodstuffs to the expectant mothers drawn from the 17 local government areas of the state, said that Mama Care, which is an initiative of the Office of the Wife of the Governor of the Enugu State and her pet project, the Custos Care Foundation, was aimed at boosting government’s effort to eradicate maternal and…

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CLO Urges Governor Soludo To Rescue Citizens From High-Handedness Of Govt Agents

The Civil Liberties Organization (CLO) has urged Governor Charles Soludo to rescue citizens from brutality, intimidations, extortions, exploitation and uncivil dispositions of Anambra Road Transport Management Agency (ARTMA), OCHA Brigade, Anambra State Anti-Touting Agency and Emblem Boys. The CLO also said that although these state government agencies and bodies are excercising their statutory responsibilities, but their enforcement activities are inflicting pain and hardship on the people. The Chairman of CLO in Anambra, Comrade Vincent Ezekwueme, made the appeal while speaking to newsmen on Tuesday. Ezekwueme recalled that CLO had earlier…

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Remembering The Apo Six Killings Of June 8, 2005

Five Igbo traders at Apo auto spare parts market, Abuja, and a lady Tina Arebu, were murdered in cold blood for no reason on the order of DCP Danjuma. What Was Their Crime? Exactly 19 years ago today, five Igbo traders along with their female friend were brutally murdered in cold blood by men of the Nigerian Police Force led by then DCP Danjuma Ibrahim at a police checkpoint in Gimbiya Street, Area 11, Gariki, Abuja because the female victim turned down the sexual overtures of the senior police officer,…

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