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FG: We’ll make FCT an open defecation-free model for other states

    FG: We’ll make FCT an open defecation-free model for other states

Suleiman Adamu, minister of water resources, says the government is working towards making the federal capital territory (FCT) an open defecation-free model for other states. According to NAN, Adamu said

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Cholera: FG to conduct sanitary inspections in schools, restaurants

    Cholera: FG to conduct sanitary inspections in schools, restaurants

Mohammad Abubakar, minister of environment, says the federal government will deploy sanitary inspectors to schools and restaurants in the country as part of efforts to tackle cholera outbreak. Speaking at

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INSIGHT: How climate change fuels cholera outbreaks in Nigeria

    INSIGHT: How climate change fuels cholera outbreaks in Nigeria

The recent cholera outbreak in Nigeria has become dreadful with hundreds of people dying from it and thousands more coming down with the disease. In July alone, TheCable reported that

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1 in 4 Nigerians practise open defecation, can this end by 2025?

    1 in 4 Nigerians practise open defecation, can this end by 2025?

The sun was just beginning to rise across Obutong Beach community in Calabar, Cross River state, when Ability Asuquo managed to get out of his bed with sleepy eyes, dragging

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Potential role of the private sector in ending open defecation in Nigeria

  Potential role of the private sector in ending open defecation in Nigeria

BY ZAID JURJI With about 200 million inhabitants, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa. With a population of

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Sanwo-Olu considers reintroducing monthly sanitation scrapped by Ambode

  Sanwo-Olu considers reintroducing monthly sanitation scrapped by Ambode

The Lagos state government has created an online poll seeking the opinion of residents on whether or not it should

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The Abuja you probably never knew exists

  The Abuja you probably never knew exists

When Ibrahim Yusuf left behind his family members and childhood friends in Niger state in 2016, he felt Abuja was

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Water and sanitation ‘getting worse’ as population of Lagos increases

  Water and sanitation ‘getting worse’ as population of Lagos increases

Leo Heller, UN human rights expert, has called for increased funding for water and sanitation in the 2017 budget of

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