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This is a roundup of some of the breaking news in Nigeria for Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

Breaking: Acting President Osinbajo swears in new ministers

Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, has today sworn in two new ministers into the federal cabinet.

They were sworn in Wednesday morning at the council chamber of the Presidential Villa before the commencement of the weekly meeting of the Federal Executive council, FEC.

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2 dead, 25 quarantined as diarrhoea breaks out in Lagos

Officials of the Lagos State Government have confirmed an outbreak of diarrhoea in the state, and also confirmed two dead and 25 patients placed under close observation.

The state government further disclosed that the outbreak was recorded in Shomolu, Oshodi-Isolo and Surulere Local Government Areas of the State.

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A four-storeyed building collapses in Lagos Island

A four-storeyed building collapsed on Massey Street, Lagos Island on Tuesday which left many residents trapped.

It was gathered that a telecommunications mast was mounted on the ramshackle building two weeks ago, which further propelled the crash of the building.

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Senate Passes Nigerian Peace Corps Bill

The Nigerian Senate today 25 July, passed the Nigerian Peace Corps bill on an advice by the committee on judiciary, human rights and legal matters.

The upper legislative chamber adopted a conference committee report on the bill before passing the bill.

The bill which had been long overdue had suffered a lot of setback in the past.

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