Daily Archive: November 8, 2018

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SARAKI’S Address At ECOWAS Commission Abuja

  ADDRESS DELIVERED HIS EXCELLENCY (DR.) ABUBAKAR BUKOLA SARAKI, CON, PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE AND CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY,  AT THE OPENING OF THE 73RD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SESSION AND THE 41ST CONFERENCE OF SPEAKERS OF THE...

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LAGOS Revs Up Legal Representation For Inmates

    …ISSUES 313 LEGAL ADVICE IN THREE MONTHS The Lagos State Government issued a total of 313 Legal Advice through the office of the Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) out of a total...

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RCM Elects New Co-chairs To Replace Ezekwesili

THE Red Card Movement (RCM) has effected some changes in the leadership of the movement following the decision of Dr. Oby Ezekwesili’s decision to step down as leader of the movement. Subsequently, new leaders...

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ACCESS Bank Partners CSR-in-Action To Train NGO Representatives

  AS part activities to mark its sustainability Awareness Week, Access Bank on Tuesday, 6 November, 2018 partnered with social advocacy group, CSR-in–Action to train representatives of Non-Governmental Organisations. Themed ‘CSO Professionalism and Effectiveness...

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AMP Mourns Sony Odogwu @ 91

ANIOMA Media Professionals (AMP) has offered its condolences to the family of Chief Sony Iwedike Odogwu, the Ideh Ahaba who passed on yEsterday at 91. Ide Ahaba and Chairman of Grand Hotel Chief Sony...

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Uduaghan Mourns Odogwu

EX-Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State has commiserated with the family of late Chief Sunny Odogwu over the death of the business icon, describing it as a monumental loss to the state and Nigeria....

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NTIA, COSON’S Oldest Member Goes Home

LESS than five months after the death of one of its directors, Ras Kimono, Copyright Society of Nigeria, (COSON) has announced the passing on of Mr.  Emmanuel Ntia, the celebrated highlife musician and the...