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23 May 2015
Nigeria Electricity Industry Law is co-authored by Okechukwu Ebirim and Anthony Nwajiugo, two distinguished Nigerian legal practitioners with professional interest in electricity law and regulation.
22 May 2015
The pertinent question on the lips of ardent followers of Yoruba music is how genuine sonorousYoruba music usually weaned on sensible meaning-laden lyrics and driven by coordinated percussion of different genres degenerated to this parlous state.
22 May 2015
Varied traditional troupes have formational guidelines that depict their specifics generally: in Etsako land, troupes like the Aimi masquerade, Eluemosi female troupe and the Isiko (hunters) troupe all do have guiding levels which constitute their membership, ranging from age to other definitions.
21 May 2015
SEVEN short films were recently premiered in Lagos. The films were collaboratively produced between Afrinolly and Ford Foundation under the Cinema4Change project.
21 May 2015
THE book, Oyinbo (Foreigner’s) Guide To Living In Lagos by Annette A O Fisher, described as “factual and funny”, will certainly assist any first timer to navigate the Centre of Excellence without stress. It is full of useful tips to find your way in this bustling lively metropolis.
20 May 2015
Tourism contributes substantially to the Gross Domestic Products (GDP) of many countries around the world. And it has been argued that Nigeria could also toe this line and benefit hugely from tourism revenue.
17 May 2015
Environmental degredation of Lagos coastal areas takes the attention of painter, Chika Idu’s palette, suggesting that domestic activities are as culpable as unregulated industrial factors as well as poor management of wastes.
17 May 2015
With 51 lots sold from a total of 90 at TKMG’s Lagos Art Auction 2015, there was indication that the new focus of the auction house on middle generation and young artists has a prospect.
16 May 2015
For both sustainable development and economic benefits, Professor Toyin Falola has called for the setting up of a task force for the whole country to reveal and document hidden assets of nature and culture.

15 May 2015
Folake Adebanjo, popularly called Mimi is a household name in Abuja Sheraton Hotels and Towers. A Business AdmFinistrator turned art collector, Mimi is strategicaly positioned at the foyer of the hotel as one walks through the front desk office.
13 May 2015
THE event that Wednesday evening at Alliance Francaise, Iyaganku, Ibadan, began on a sober mood. Song of Sorrow by the late Ghanaian poet, Prof. Kofi Awoonor. who was killed during the Westgate shopping mall attack in Nairobi, Kenya on September 22, 2013, served as curtain raiser. Performed by the president, Poetry Enclave (POEN), Ibadan, Ebika…
13 May 2015
The Faneyes are an uncommon breed. Back in 1916, Faneye senior saw well ahead of his time. He reckoned that Ogu language as spoken in Badagry and its environs and across the Nigerian border in Seme, Cotonou, Lome and even in the Diaspora in parts of Haiti would suffer a hiatus. Although an Egba man…


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Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of a Lagos Special Offences Court, Ikeja, has exonerated former Managing Director of American International Insurance Company (AIICO) Capital Limited, a subsidiary of AIICO Plc., Lanre Fabunmi, of stealing and dishonestly converting N1.7 billion belonging to the firm. Others acquitted with him are: Onome Odometa, Olajumoke Akano and Olabode Ogunlere. The trial…
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Tony Blevins, vice president of procurement at Apple, is apparently leaving the maker of iPhones, MacBooks, and other consumer electronics after making an offensive remark that went viral on TikTok. In a video posted on September 5, Tiktok star Daniel Mac approached Blevin. In his series, he questions people who own expensive cars about their…
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The Federal Government has pledged to improve the welfare of Nigerian workers as the country marked its 62nd independence.
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A suicide bomber attacked an education centre in the Afghan capital on Friday where hundreds of students were preparing for university exams, killing at least 20 people, most of them young women.
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The US Congress approved $12.3 billion in aid Friday to help Ukraine battle its invasion by Russia as part of a stopgap spending bill that averts a chaotic government shutdown ahead of a midnight deadline.