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The Independent
China, Uganda open frontiers for fish maw trade
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | China has opened up its market for the importation of fish maw from Uganda. Fish maw also known as swim bladder is a white hard membrane found inside the body of the Nile Perch. A kilogram of small-sized fish maw costs 160,000 Shillings on …
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The Eagle Online
Edo gubernatorial: PDP wants Buhari to sign Electoral Amendment Bill
The Edo State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party on Thursday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to sign the 2015 Electoral Act Amendment Bill into law before the state governorship election, scheduled for August.
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Mail&Guardian
China moves Olympic qualifiers from the coronavirus epicentre
Boxing and women’s football qualifying for the 2020 Olympics will be moved from the Chinese city at the centre of a virus outbreak to another location in the country, the organising bodies said on Wednesday. Wuhan was supposed to host China, Taiwan, Thailand and Australia for the...
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The Eagle Online
CoronaVirus: FAAN explains prevention activities at Lagos Airport
This is coming as the World Health Organisation on Wednesday convened an emergency meeting to determine whether it should be declared a Public Health Event of International Concern.
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The Independent
Second Chinese city placed on lockdown over virus
Beijing, China | AFP |  A second central Chinese city is being put on lockdown to help control the spread of a virus epidemic that broke out in neighbouring Wuhan, authorities said Thursday. The train station in Huanggang, which has a population of 7.5 million and is 70 kilometre...
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Vanguard News
Urgency of the Apapa rail rehab
THE reasons for our increased interest in the rail transport sector are not farfetched. We have noticed a commendable commitment by the Federal Government to rebuild and modernise the Nigerian railway infrastructure. This appears to have gone beyond mere political rhetoric.
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