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23 Jan 2015
OODUA Peoples’ Union (OPU) is set to hold it first world congress in Lagos on Monday January 26. Themed Eko 2015, the Congress will host over 2000 participants constituted by Yoruba in diaspora.  Addressing a press Conference in Lagos last week, the convener of Oodua Peoples Conference (OPC) and the national Coordinator Of OPU Otunba…
23 Jan 2015
FITUR International Tourism Trade Fair will starts on Wednesday January 28 and end on Sunday February 1.    The trade show with 10.5 million euros budget will hold in Madrid, Spain.  According to the organiser, IFEMA, the event will feature 9,107 companies from 165 countries and about 200,000 visitors from around the world, of which…

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