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    • 2018 Budget: Matters Arising 

      Editorial (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-06-05)
      The passed 2018 Appropriation Bill raised total budget expenditure by 5.9 percent to 9.12 trillion from 8.612 trillion initially proposed.
    • Addressing Nigerians Water, Sanitation Challenge 

      Jeremiah, K.; Falaju, J. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-05-14)
      This article notes that a national action plan on the situation which was developed by the ministry of water resources to make sustainable development goals (SDGs) achievable in Nigeria by 2030 would be elusive if federal ...
    • Agric Equipment Fabricators Seek End to Job Wealth Exportation 

      Ibirogba, F. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-08-06)
      The paper writes on the need to promote homegrown technologies towards commercialization of agriculture and ensuring food security.
    • Agric Investors Groan as Fall Army Worms Invade Farmlands 

      Maduabeke, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-07-19)
      Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation; Fall Army worm is an insect native to tropical and sub-tropical regions of the Americas and was first detected in some West African countries in early 2016. The ...
    • Alarm Over Fast Deleting Forest Resources 

      Eno-Abasi, S.; Anietie, A.; Oluwaseun, A. (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2018-09-16)
      In a recent report on forest resources in Nigeria, Nigeria is recording four percent annual loss of forest which is considered as the highest in the world. This is responsible for about 20 percent of Greenhouse gas ...
    • Anaemia: Causes and Treatment 

      Edirin, M. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-07-14)
      Anemia occurs when your blood does not have enough red blood cells. The body has three types of blood cells - white blood cells to fight infections platelets to help your blood clot and red blood cells to carry oxygen ...
    • Before Nigeria Loans Out Teachers to Liberia 

      Iyabo, L (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-05-10)
      Nigeria has the largest black population in the world. Liberia is turning to Nigeria for the recruitment of 6000 teachers.
    • Breaking the malaria circle 

      Musbau, R. (Guardian newspapers Limited, 2017-12-22)
      In spite of the huge amount that the Federal government spends in the provision of curative malaria drugs, with support from global funding, malaria has remained endemic in Nigeria. The World Health Organization recommends ...
    • Climate Change and Threat of Food Secrity 

      Editorial (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2018-06-03)
      Advocacy for responsible nature management must therefore be stepped up because global warning has begun to threaten food security in Nigeria and other parts of the world.
    • Climate Change: Africa's Survival is at Risk 

      Editorial (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-12-14)
      The paper explores the impact of high temperature, ecosystem, rainfall, drought, water, agriculture, sea-level rise and energy on climate change.
    • Coping With Effects of Climate Change 

      Editorial (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-09-09)
      The understanding of climate change began some 200 years ago with the19th century scientist. Skeptics have continued to advance contrary views in an attempt to dispute the phenomenon as a ruse.
    • Curry Ingredient More Effective Than Paracetamol At Easing Painful Injuries 

      Muanya, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-02-28)
      Tumeric is more effective than popular pain killers at easing the agony of sports injuries, new research suggests.
    • Danger as Charcoal Production Escalates Heat Radiation, Food Shortage, Others 

      Ibirogba, F. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-08-13)
      The paper writes on intensified charcoal production in Nigeria and consequences such as increased solar radiation, climate change flooding, erratic rainfall patterns and their effect on food production.
    • Detoxification Boosts Fertility in Couples Undergoing IVF 

      Muanya, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2019-05-23)
      Nigerian researchers have demonstrated how supervised modern day type of detoxification may positively affect fertility indices in infertile couples who undergo assisted reproductive technology in-vitro fertility. It is ...
    • Education in Retrospect, Still Business as Usual for Sector 

      Atueyi, U. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2017-12-28)
      A review of activities that played out in the outgoing year reveals that the Nigeria educational system has witnessed nothing uncommon than crisis, poor funding, policy conflict, abduction, terrorism and odds against ...
    • Entrepreneurs,Scientist Identify Agric as Way Out 

      Ibirogba, F. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-09-03)
      Agricultural products and projects are veritable instruments for combating the rising poverty level in Nigeria. This is because human capital development efforts could be channeled towards effective agricultural production ...
    • Environmental, Personal Hygiene Key To Prevention Of Lassa Fever 

      Adunwoke, P. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-02-11)
      Lassa Fever is a rat borne virus that is transmitted to humans through contamination by rodents.
    • Failure to Support Public Libraries Affects Book Donation Organisations 

      Olatoun, W. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-05-20)
      Zell, the founder of Borders Literature (an online book platform), describes his life-path in Nigeria as a bit of a roller-coaster ride. He added that his knowledge of the African Book Trade which start in 1970 at University ...
    • Female Genital Mutilation and Human Rights 

      The Guardian (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2019-03-07)
      Female genital mutilation (FGM) involves procedure that alter or injure the female genital for non-medical reasons, it is internationally recognised as a violation of the human rights of girls and woman. FGM primarily, ...
    • Finding Panacea to Universities' Financial Burden 

      Lawal, I. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-12-14)
      The government alone cannot successfully fund tertiary education in Nigeria. The crisis of finance in the Nigerian Federal Universities can be resolved if other viable means of funding are explored