Celima Sulaimon

Celima enjoys cooking, driving, and taking care of her two kids. She has a passion for cooking and loves to make different dishes that are healthy and delicious. Celima spends most of her time in the kitchen when she's not at work or with her children. When she's not cooking, Celima likes to drive around town and explore new places on an adventurous road trips with friends or family. But, when caring for her loved ones, no job is too big or small for this go-getter! Email Celima @ [email protected]

Tinubu Urges Us Judge To Limit Release Of Academic Details

Tinubu Urges US Judge to Limit Release of Academic Details

President Bola Tinubu recently appealed to US District Judge Nancy Maldonado. He asked her to direct Chicago State University (CSU) to shield his details. This includes admission records and transcripts. He wants only his certificate disclosed to ex-Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s legal team. Atiku had previously secured an order from US magistrate Jeffrey Gilbert. This …

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Diphtheria Hits 18 States 7000 Cases 453 Deaths Reported

Diphtheria Hits 18 States: 7,000+ Cases, 453 Deaths Reported

The Federal Government has confirmed a staggering 7,202 cases of diphtheria from a suspected 11,587 cases. These cases span 105 Local Government Areas in 18 states, including the Federal Capital Territory. Kano state recorded the highest number of cases, comprising 6,185. Other affected states include Yobe, Katsina, Borno, Kaduna, Jigawa, Bauchi, Lagos, FCT, Gombe, Osun, …

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Rising Tuition Asuu Predicts 50 Student Dropout In Universities

Rising Tuition: ASUU Predicts 50% Student Dropout in Universities

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has sounded the alarm on a potential 40 to 50% student dropout rate in the coming two years. This is due to the continuous increase in university fees. Prof Emmanuel Osodeke, the ASUU President, shared these concerns during a Channels TV interview. He highlighted the financial strain on …

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Nbte Advocates 50 Skill Acquisition In Secondary School Curriculum

NBTE Advocates 50% Skill Acquisition in Secondary School Curriculum

The National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) has made a strong case for integrating skill acquisition into the secondary school curriculum. They recommend a 50% inclusion to better equip students for the future. Prof. Idris Bugaje, the Executive Secretary of NBTE, shared this during a chat with the News Agency of Nigeria. He highlighted the …

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Ipaja Residents Urge Sanwo Olu To Intervene In Water Tank Land Dispute

Ipaja Residents Urge Sanwo-Olu to Intervene in Water Tank Land Dispute

Residents of the Federal Low-Cost Housing Estate in Ipaja have called on Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the Federal Ministry of Works to intervene in a land dispute concerning the Water Tank Land in their area. The land, which spans over two plots and houses a water tank facility initiated during the tenure of …

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Shettima Urges Lawmakers To Harness Their Privilege For Nigerias Progress

Shettima Urges Lawmakers to Harness Their Privilege for Nigeria’s Progress

Vice President Kashim Shettima has emphasised the privileged position of lawmakers in Nigeria, urging them to utilise their roles for the nation’s betterment. Addressing the National Assembly leadership during a retreat in Ikot-Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Shettima remarked: “We are the luckiest among Nigerians; we are not better than our next-door neighbour.” He shared an …

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Major Kidnapping Ring Busted 20 Detained In Taraba

Major Kidnapping Ring Busted: 20 Detained in Taraba

Taraba State’s police force has made a significant move against crime. They’ve arrested 20 individuals believed to be involved in the kidnapping. This operation was a response to intelligence reports and public outcry. It aimed to target criminals in known hideouts across the state. During a media briefing in Jalingo, the police shared their findings. …

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Army Troops Successfully Rescue Kidnapped Doctor In Enugu

Army Troops Successfully Rescue Kidnapped Doctor in Enugu

Troops from the 103 Battalion (Rear) of the 82 Division, Nigerian Army, have successfully rescued Dr Maxwell Ayim in Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State. This information was shared in a statement by Lt.-Col. Jonah Unuakhalu, the acting Deputy Director of Army Public Relations of the 82 Division. The rescue operation was initiated after …

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Delta Pastor Arrested Over Tragic Killing Of Young Girl

Delta Pastor Arrested Over Tragic Killing of Young Girl

In a shocking incident, a pastor named Alex Itedjere was taken into custody for allegedly killing a young girl in the Agbarha-Otor community, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State. The gruesome discovery of the girl’s remains was made in the pastor’s residence. While the exact motive behind the act remains unclear, local sources …

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Fct Minister Wike Inaugurates New Secretaries For Accelerated Development

FCT Minister Wike Inaugurates New Secretaries for Accelerated Development

Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), has inaugurated several new secretaries. Among them is Charles Elechi, the Secretary of Economic Planning, Revenue Generation, and Public Private Partnership. Before this role, Elechi, a professional lawyer, served twice as Commissioner for Agriculture and Transport in Abia State. He also advised a former …

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