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Car wash business a livelihood source

How car wash business can be a major source of livelihood

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 Mr Eke Emmanuel, a car wash operator in Lugbe, a suburb of Nigeria's Federal Capital Territory (FCT),  says car wash business is lucrative and can be a major source of livelihood. 36-year-old Emmanuel, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)...

Ex-British Ambassador, Paul Arkwright urges inclusion of women, youths in Nigerian politics

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By Barbara Kalu - One-time British Ambassador to Nigeria, Paul Arkwright, has called for proper presentation of young people and women in politics in Nigeria, especially in elective positions. Arkwright made the call on Saturday at a webinar on Democracy Day...

Ethiopian Airlines Group Management Staff graduate in MBA from UK’s Open University

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Ethiopian Aviation Academy, the largest Aviation Academy in Africa , in collaboration with Open University of UK has graduated fifteen management staff in Master of Business Administration /MBA/ on Saturday, June 12, 2021. The graduates are higher management staff...

FirstBank’s sponsored movie, ‘Ayinla’, premiers this Sunday in Lagos

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First Bank of Nigeria Limited announces its lead sponsorship of the movie titled ‘Ayinla’, which is billed to premiere on Sunday, 13 June 2020. The movie is suspense-driven, narrating the life of Ayinla Yusuf, popularly known as Ayinla Omowura (an...

I have extended the frontiers of peace, security, good governance in Plateau in 6...

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By Yusufu Idegu, (JOS) The Plateau State Governor, Simon Bako Lalong has said within the last six years he has extended the frontiers of peace, security and good governance under his rescue administration in the state. Gov. Lalong said such deliberate...

Gbajabiamila urges dialogue in resolving political challenges

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The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr Femi Gbajabiamila, has called for dialogue in resolving all the challenges facing Nigeria’s democracy. In a statement on Saturday, Gbajabiamila said since the return of democratic governance in 1999, Nigeria had witnessed...

June 12: PDP condemns brutal clampdown on peaceful protesters

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has condemned the clampdown on peaceful protesters on Democracy Day. The party in a statement signed on Saturday by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbodiyan said “the brutal clampdown on Nigerian citizens is sacrilegious” “The Peoples Democratic Party...

Military troops foil fresh kidnap attempt on another Kaduna school

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Troops of the Nigerian Army has foiled a planned abduction on Prelude Comprehensive College, Kujama area of Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State. The bandit attack was foiled following receipt of credible intelligence by the troops and Police operatives...

Saudi Arabia to allow 60,000 vaccinated residents to perform Hajj

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Saudi Arabia announced Saturday it will allow 60,000 vaccinated residents of the kingdom to perform the annual hajj, state media reported. The hajj ministry said this year’s pilgrimage would be “open for nationals and residents of the kingdom, limited to...

Constitution Review: Group demands additional special seats for women in Federal, State Legislative Houses

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By Grace Audu (ABUJA) – As the National Assembly carries on the task of amending Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution, the Women Political Participation Technical Working Group (WPP-TWG), has called for new provisions in the Constitution to include Gender as a benchmark...