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2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Current Affairs Questions and Answers

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World Hepatitis Day 2021: The Nigerian Case

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Current Affairs in Short: 10 June 2021

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Current Affairs in Short: 6 June, 2021

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Current Affairs in Short: 5 June 2021

Today’s Current Affairs in Short focuses on the Twitter ban in Nigeria. We will help Nigerians restore access, says Twitter Following the ban by the...

Current Affairs in Short: 4 June, 2021

Today's current affairs in short focuses on giant social media companies and the actions they have taken to check the posts and tweets made...

Current Affairs in Short: 2 June 2021

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