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Are Nigerian food vendors merchants of deaths?

by www.punchng.com
Jide Ojo Every living thing needs food and water to live. They are one of the basic necessities of life, the other two being clothing and shelter. Ironically, many Nigerians are being fed with poisons in the name of food. A visit to our foodstuff markets will reveal to discerning minds that many of the […]
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Below is a roundup of major events on Friday, 23 February, until 3 PM local time:
The European Business Association (EBA) notes a systematic violation of the deadlines in the adoption of orders by the Health Ministry of Ukraine on the approval of clinical studies, insists on the ne
Prime Minister Miro Cerar has announced that Slovenia will launch the procedure to sue Croatia at the Court of Justice of the EU over its disrespect of the border arbitration decision very soon.
Deputy Chief of Ukraine's Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) Yevhen Yenin has said he does not rule out the opening of criminal proceedings due to judges delaying the adoption of a decision on the pros
The Slovenian men's biathlon team of Miha Dovžan, Klemen Bauer, Mitja Drinovec and Lenart Oblak finished the 4 x 7.5-km relay at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics on Friday in tenth place among th
Julie Bishop paid a visit to Slovenia on Friday as the first Australian foreign minister to do so. While talks with her counterpart Karl Erjavec focused on cooperation in the framework of the UN Huma
Official exchange rate of Azerbaijan’s national currency, the manat, against the US dollar was set at 1.7001 AZN/USD for Feb. 26
A French court on Thursday dismissed a bid by Tariq Ramadan, the Swiss Islamic scholar detained on rape charges, to be released on health grounds.
Prime Minister Miro Cerar said he expected Slovenia would remain a net recipient of EU funds in the next budget period as he arrived at an EU summit dedicated to the bloc's multi-year budget afte
The people of Estonia love former president Lennart Meri the best. Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who spent his two terms promoting Estonia’s e-success on the international arena, gambled away his popularity
A Catholic group which succeeded in having Lars von Trier's ultra-violent film "Antichrist" banned from French cinemas, is now taking a case against the erotic romance "Fifty Shades Freed".
The number of companies going insolvent in Romania kept an upward trend and rose 47% to 753 in January 2018, according to Trade Registry data.
As Slovenia is getting ready to choose its Eurovision contestant on Saturday, the police and the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption have started investigating last year's national competi
Event managing company Sena Live, a subsidiary of production company Sena, has recently bought popular music festival Iceland Airwaves. Airwaves,... The post Event Managing Company Sena Live Buys Icel
The second president of Ukraine, representative of the country in the Trilateral Contact Group for the settlement of the situation in Donbas, Leonid Kuchma, regrets that the law on ensuring state sove
The head of the senior coalition Modern Centre Party (SMC), Miro Cerar, has called on parties and lists that have announced participation in the upcoming general election to refrain from the use of ha
Russian skater Evgenia Medvedeva, who had long been considered the favorite to win the gold medal, said she did everything in her power to deliver a perfect performance in PyeongChang,
The US is developing a number of programs to strengthen economic cooperation with Azerbaijan

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