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19 Jul 2016
Meantime, General Babangida had emerged as new leader following the overthrow of General Buhari in August 1985. As he assumed power, he had Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe who was his deputy.
18 Jul 2016
The rumoured death of Nigeria’s former military president, which thankfully turned out to be the figment of someone’s twisted imagination jolted me to action. It reminded me that death ...
14 Jun 2016
Ogun State residents, especially politicians have expressed disappointment that yesterday was not declared a public holiday to mark the celebration of the June 12 anniversary.
10 Jun 2016
The significance of June 12 to our democratic history, particularly the present civil rule being experienced in the country cannot be over-emphasized.

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A Mexican reporter was shot dead on Wednesday in the violence-plagued northeastern state of Tamaulipas -- the 12th journalist killed so far in a particularly bloody year for the country's press.
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The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved projects to shore up power supply across the country.
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FTX Token Fans Start FTT DAO HONG KONG SAR, 29 June 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- FTT DAO, a community-led ecosystem DAO, has received 250,000 $FTT, worth approximately $7 million USD, in community donations to help kick start its activities. A number of community contributors participated in the donation to help grow FTT DAO. Through this donation, which…
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GENEVA, Switzerland,29 June, 2022,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- The Africa Publishing Innovation Fund (APIF), a grant-giving program co-led by philanthropic organization Dubai Cares and the International Publishers Association (IPA), and the DAISY Consortium, a world authority on publishing for people with visual impairments and other print disabilities, are offering African publishers free expert training on the production of accessible works.   Under…