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Marylove, Kushimo win gold to shoot Nigeria atop medals’ table
Marylove Edward, yesterday, produced a stunning performance by beating Koumba Niangadou of Mali to clinch gold medal at the 14 and under of the 2018 ITF/CAT West and Central African Qualifiers holding in Togo.
Startup ecosystem leaders set to meet in Owerri
Startup Ecosystem leaders from across the South South and South East will be converging at Oluaka Institute, Obinze, Owerri later this month.The conference which is tagged #StartupSouth Stakeholders Conference.....
Organisers list gains as consumer fair holds over 150,000 visitors
As leading international consumer goods fair, Ambiente holds in Germany next month, organisers of the event, Messe Frankfurt, has said the upcoming edition of the fair would address challenges in the sector.
Ex-teammates rally to save Wilson Oruma from emotional disorder
Touched by the state of health of former Super Eagles midfielder, Wilson Oruma, some of his teammates are rallying around to help resuscitate him to normal life.
FG appoints CMDs, MDs of tertiary health institutions
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of two Chief Medical Directors (CMDs) and two Medical Directors (MDs) of the Federal University Teaching Hospital and Federal Medical Centres respectively. The newly appointed Chief Executive Officers and their Institutions are: Dr. Ajayi E. Adekunle – Chief Medical Director, Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido Ekiti, Ekiti State; Prof.…
How Conte, Mourinho war of words escalated
Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte find themselves in a bitter tit-for-tat feud once again, with neither manager showing any willingness to back down.
Ozone layer healing caused by ban on damaging chemicals, NASA confirms
A hole in the ozone layer that appeared above Antarctica in the 1980s has shrunk thanks to a worldwide ban on damaging chemicals, the United States Aeronautic Space Agency (NASA) has confirmed. Research found that levels of ozone-damaging chlorine are rapidly declining in the planet’s atmosphere, a direct indicator that Earth’s protective layer is on…
Mind Builders marks 20th anniversary
All is now set for the celebration of the 20th anniversary of Mind Builders School, Lagos. According to a programme of activities released by the Chairman, Anniversary Committee, Mr. Olatunde Opeyemi, the anniversary will commence with a Founder’s Day thanksgiving service at the school’s Central Business District (CBD), Ikeja branch tomorrow. Themed “Celebrating 20 years…
Visionscape Sanitation Solutions receives innovative RFID Fleet for waste management in Lagos
Leading waste management company, Visionscape Sanitation Solutions, have received a consignment of a brand new 100 vehicle waste management fleet embedded with cutting-edge technology. The consignment consists of a series of waste trucks, from various rear end loaders to operational vehicles. The company is set to begin operations across the State to roll out the…
Ex-Chelsea boss injured in Dakar Rally accident
Former Tottenham and Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas withdrew from his first Dakar Rally after damaging his back during the fourth stage in Peru. The 40-year-old left his role as coach of Chinese side Shanghai SIPG in November to compete in his first rally. He was two hours 18 minutes and 50 seconds behind the leader…
Nigeria’s Oyinlomo Quadri, Marylove coast to medals zone at 2018 AJC qualifiers in Togo
Team Nigeria continued to justify its high rating at the 2018 ITF/CAT West and Central Africa Junior Championship Qualifiers in Togo, as four of its players set up semifinal meetings in the boy’s 16 and under, as well as the boys’ 14 and under categories. It means the country is guaranteed a place in the…