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    Ugly Tales Of Abuja Ghettos

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    In the recent past ,prostitution was known as an illicit trade exclusively for women. Another angle has arisen; now men who offer sex for money now abound. Of course, it is the new fad in the city’s many suburbs. SOLOMON AYADO writes on the ugly secrets, rising crime-rate and the role played by drugs in…

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    Pains, Triumphs Of Handmade Pestle, Mortar Carvers

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    The pestle and mortar is a necessary kitchen utensil used since ancient times. While the process of making the handmade utensils is tasking, the gains of the lucrative business have made it to continue to thrive. Specialists in the craft narrate their experience to SOLOMON AYADO, who visited the sites. Avisibly pensive looking Yusuf Job…

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    Epidemic Looms As Abandoned Corpses Litter Mortuaries

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    Some morgues in several states in Nigeria are faced with infrastructural decay and there are heaps of unclaimed corpses which may trigger an epidemic. SOLOMON AYADO (Abuja) ISAIAH BENJAMIN (Kaduna) ACHOR ABIMAJE (Jos) and SAM EGWU (Lokoja) report. Like in several other health facilities across the country, the Saint Gerald Catholic Hospital mortuary situated in…

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    Christmas: The Travails Of Travelers

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    As Nigerians joined millions all over the world to celebrate Christmas today, SOLOMON AYADO x-rays the pains and anguish of commuters who took the last couple of days travelling to their respective towns and villages for the celebration. Even before the celebration of Christmas, motorists and commuters usually experience hurdles on the roads whenever they…

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    Christmas: Nigerians Set For Modest Celebration

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    The low key celebration is now a regular feature during the Christmas period and activities marking the Yuletide are no longer going with the usual euphoria. SOLOMON AYADO and EMEKA ODOM write on the fading glamour and glitz of the season. Before the arrival of the economic downturn that resulted to the ongoing recession in…

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    James Ayatse Emerges 5th Tor Tiv

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    A new Tor Tiv, the paramount ruler of the Tiv nation of Nigeria has emerged. He is Prof James Ornguga Ayatse, the immediate past and pioneer vice chancellor of the Federal University Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State and former vice chancellor of the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi. Ayatse’s emergence comes over one year after the demise…

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    Benue: Battle Of Wit As New Tor Tiv Emerges

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    Barring change of plans, the Tiv nation will welcome the emergence of a new paramount ruler, Tor Tiv,  in the next 48 hours, one year after the demise of the last occupant of the stool. In this report, SOLOMON AYADO, writes on the ensuing battle of who occupies the stool. Gone the way of his…

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    Nigerians Prepare For Yuletide Amid Recession

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    The current economic recession in the country is causing hardship as many Nigerians are faced with  difficulties towards ensuring glamorous celebration of Christmas and New Year. In this report, SOLOMON AYADO (Abuja), SALIHI ABUBAKAR (Kano), HEMBADOON ORSAR (Makurdi), ACHOR ABIMAJE (Jos), HUSSAINI HAMMANGABDO (Yola) and YAHYA SARKI (Kebbi), x-ray the increase in prices of commodities…

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  • 2019: PDP Can Still Re-Unite To Oust APC – Nyitse

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    Dr. Gabriel Tivlumun Nyitse is a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benue state. In this interview with SOLOMON AYADO, the retired permanent secretary and former governorship aspirant in the last general election in the agrarian state who, now lectures in the department of Mass Communication at the Bingham University, said the crisis…

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