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Akin Olonihuwa

21 Jan 2019
A former provost of the Kabba College of Agriculture, Kogi State, Dr Akin Olonihuwa, has faulted the Federal Government’s proposed cattle ranch development. The former college administrator said “The ranching, as proposed now, will only create fresh civil servants and politician millionaires....
3 Jan 2019
A young bricklayer in Kwara State, simply identified as Alaba, was getting frustrated in 2015 because his craft was not fetching him enough money to take proper care of himself and his family.

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) State Congress Appeal Committee for Lagos State yesterday appealed to all aggrieved members to shield their grievances and work for the progress of the party. The Chairman, State Congress Appeal Committee, Fatima Umar, stated this at a special meeting with stakeholders at the party's secretariat on Acme Road, Ikeja. This…