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CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF VICTIMS OF TORTURE IN FOCUS

Laws are rules that are made and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behaviours and ensure that there is equality and respect among the people. The formation of laws therefore may be influenced by a constitution and the rights encoded therein. Most times, offenders are exposed to torture, …

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ASUP SUSPENDS 15 DAYS NATIONWIDE STRIKE

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, has suspended its nationwide strike, fifteen days after the industrial action began. National President of ASUP, Mr. Usman Dutse, announced this during the union’s 14th National Delegates Conference at Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic, Bauchi State. Mr. Dutse said the decision to suspend the strike …

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UNTH RECORDS YET ANOTHER MEDICAL FEAT IN OPEN HEART SURGERY

The University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital UNTH, Ituku Ozalla in Enugu State has recorded yet another medical feat in Open Heart Surgery in the country. Apart from the giant stride recorded last month in double Coronary Artery Bypass Graft, an Aortic Aneurysm and Tetralogy of Fallout known as Baby Syndrome …

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MORE CAMPAIGN FOR CHILD IMMUNIZATION ADVOCATED

The Director, National Orientation Agency, Abia State, Dr. Ngozi Uduma has called on parents especially mothers to disregard negative information on child immunization being speculated in the country. Speaking during a town hall meeting which centered on promoting child vaccination in Umuahia South Local Government Area, Dr. Uduma noted that …

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ENUGU STATE GETS A DEVELOPMENT BLUE PRINT

The Enugu State Economic Advisory Committee has come-up with a blue print on various aspects of development in the state, with emphasis on the state government’s economic plans. The road map for the economic growth of the state beyond recession was revealed after a closed-door meeting of the committee at …

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