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18 Aug 2018
Nigerian government speaks on INEC supplementary budget.
29 Jun 2018
The Nigerian government on Wednesday, June 27 said it aimed to make Zaria College of Aviation Technology best among its kind worldwide.
24 Jun 2018
Never again shall we delay federal budget, says Nigerian government.
17 Jun 2018
Nigerian government on Thursday approved the Copyright Bill and the Suppression of Piracy and Maritime Offences Bill.
27 Feb 2018
Anger has been growing as the Nigerian government struggles to respond to the latest mass abduction of schoolgirls. Some students stayed away from the school in northern Nigeria where Boko Haram extremists seized 110 girls in a raid a week ago.
24 Feb 2018
Parents in the village of Dapchi are desperately calling on the Nigerian government to rescue over 100 girls who suddenly went missing after Boko Haram militants stormed their school. The abduction seems to have touched nearly every family in town.
5 Feb 2018
Fuel Crisis: 'Technically there is no subsidy' - Nigerian government
20 Sep 2017
Ember Months Tragedy: Nigerian government summons road contractors.
19 Sep 2017
IPOB: Group gives Nigerian government 21-day ultimatum to re-arrest Nnamdi Kanu.
31 Aug 2017
Nigerian government forcibly kidnap hundreds to instil fear among the populace, says Amnesty International.
8 Aug 2017
The Nigerian government has lifted the suspension on processing Pioneer Status Incentives for certain industries.
20 Jul 2017
Redeem promise to Flying Eagles 1983 World Cup squad - Reps to Nigerian government

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