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Katsina state government has concluded plans to train 8,000 farmers across the 34 local government areas of the state on the production of tomatoes. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that training, to be undertaken under the state Himma Project Agricultural Programme is in partnership with a private company...
As the much expected 10th edition of the African Artcrqfts Crafts Expo, AFAC, draws near, all is now set for the unveiling of the official hair style and dress code for the event scheduled to hold from August 27th to September 17th this year. The Director-General of the council, Otunba...
The Federal Government has congratulated the government and people of neighbouring Republic of Benin on the occasion of its 57th Independence anniversary. At a dinner organized recently in Abuja to mark the event, Nigeria’s Minister of Culture and Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed congratulated the West African country and urged that...
• Describes Maitama Sule moralist, true patriot By George Daniel and Remi Adebayo With right attitude by Nigerians towards embracing its rich cultural  diversities, the sector will soon replace oil as major foreign exchange earner, Director-General of the National Council for Art and Culture, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe has said. Runsewe stated this...
By Edith Ike-Eboh The nation’s financial sector lost N2.19 billion to fraudsters in 2016, according to Annual Report of the Nigeria Electronic Fraud Forum (NeFF), released in Abuja. According to the report, the actual money lost to fraudsters is slightly less than the N2.256 billion recorded in 2015. However, the volume of...