Opposition lawmakers raise alarm over alleged intimidation
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Opposition lawmakers raise alarm over alleged intimidation.
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Labour and Employment Minister, Chris Ngige, described the proposed strike by organised labour as an attempt to intimidate the government.
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The rising cases of drug abuse in Lagos state is a source of concern to everyone, especially the lawmakers.
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The fires in the Amazon have raised global concern, but above all they have drawn attention to deforestation in the world's largest tropical forest, where indigenous reserves, large landowners, illegal farmers and mining coexist under permanent tension. AFPTV looks back on the fires that have ravaged Amazon and Latin America.
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