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Almajiri kids, malaria, graduation gift: Your Wednesday evening briefing

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Good evening. Here’s the top stories from today.

Ohanaeze Ndigbo has accused northern leaders of shifting their “burden” to other parts of the country by relocating almajiri kids from their states.

Why malaria treatment shouldn’t take a back seat to COVID-19

Maintaining malaria services during the COVID-19 epidemic, however, comes with challenges.

US Supreme court rules freedom of same-sex marriage all over the country

Alaska, USA (The Bloom Gist) – US Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the country, in a culmination of two decades of litigation over marriage, and gay rights generally.Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote “No union is more profound than marriage,” this was joined by the court’s four more […]

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