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2 Nov 2015
Body of 35-year-old man murdered during land dispute still in morgue, one year after. ABOUT a year after he was brutally murdered in cold blood, the remains of Mr. Chinedu Nnaji still lies in the mortuary. Nnaji, 35, was ambushed and killed on December 17, last year, where he had gone to inspect the controversial…
2 Nov 2015
THE Senate ad hoc Committee on Works, who undertook inspection of some dilapidated federal roads and flood/gully erosion-devastated areas in Abia North Senatorial Zone of Abia State on Friday, were prevented from continuing inspection of Ohafia -Arochukwu Road to Arochukwu by a truck that was trapped for three days at a gully-erosion point, blocking the road…
1 Nov 2015
THE Chairman of Kuje Local Council, Ishaiku Tete, has tasked residents of the area to be vigilant at all times in order to forestall a repeat of the terror attack recently visited on the area. Tete, who stated this in Kuje while briefing journalists on modalities put in place to ensure improved security, noted that…
30 Oct 2015
WORRIED by the spate of road crashes, armed robbery attacks and terrible traffic along the Sagamu- Ogijo- Mosimi- Ikorodu Road, a second major link road between Lagos and other parts of the country, the lawmaker representing Ikenne, Sagamu and Remo North, Remo Federal Constituency, Ogun State, Oladipupo Adebutu has called for the urgent rehabilitation of…
30 Oct 2015
OVER 1000 Internally-Displaced Persons (IDPs) from the North-Eastern states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa have so far been provided free medical services by the Nigerian Turkish International Colleges Foundation, in collaboration with Nigerian Turkish Nizamiye Hospital in Abuja, at the weekend. The programme, which is targeted at reaching the underprivileged people in the rural areas,…
30 Oct 2015
IN line with its promise to empower individuals through beauty and style knowledge, personal style brand, Natures Gentle Touch (NGT) has given its support to the just concluded Women in Business and Leadership Summit (WIBLES) held in Lagos. With the theme: Building Greatness”, the summit celebrated strides made by women in leadership positions across industries…
29 Oct 2015
Family of 36-year-old Nigerian murdered on Cape Town train seeks probe, justice THIS is certainly not the best of times for the Olubunmi family in Lagos. Ever since the news of the murder of their 36-year-old son, Olugbemi Adurape Olubunmi in Cape Town, South Africa, was relayed to them on Thursday, October 22, 2014, the…
29 Oct 2015
FOR over four weeks, travellers using the Benin-Auchi-Lokoja Highway were stranded because a stretch of the road, near Iruekpen, had cut into two making it impassable.
29 Oct 2015
OVER N100 million has been spent by employees of the Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) in building hospitals, orphanages for less-privileged people in the society within the last decade, Mr. Naibi Yahaya, Head of Human Resources of the apex bank has said.
29 Oct 2015
A MOBILE court in Benin City yesterday convicted one Ayo Okundaye, a motorist, for attempting to bribe a Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)Marshal with N500.
28 Oct 2015
THE sad story of Ruth Morounmubo Olawoye, who was badly deformed in an accident, was first published in the April 2014 edition of The Guardian.
28 Oct 2015
NOT less than four persons were burnt beyond recognition yesterday when a fuel-laden tanker burst into flames on the River Niger Bridge after Itobe in Ajakuta Local Council of Kogi State.

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