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6 Aug
The Jamaican High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Esmond St. Reid, says his country is keen on strengthening ties with Nigeria in health, tourism, culture, trade, and business development sectors among others.
5 Aug
Nigerian Academy of Letters is foremost Nigeria’s Academy of intellectuals at home and outside the shores of our country.
8 Jul
The highly engaging discourse on the timely and thematically relevant topic titled: ‘Insecurity in Nigeria: Which Way Forward for Tourism ?’ at the recent Tourism Parliament
1 Jul
To promote the appreciation of other cultures and learning of more languages, the Confucius Institute joined Grace Children School,
5 Jun
Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday brought the curtain down on her historic Platinum Jubilee celebrations, making a rare public appearance on the last of four days of festivities.
31 May
With the smallest landmass of only 3,345 square kilometers, the city keeps retaining its place as the most preferred destination for millions of Nigerians and foreigners, making it the most populated in the country
28 May
The essence of me is to be a storyteller through whatever channel I pick. Art is a means of expression, and there are a lot of stories that need to be told. There is a lot that has happened
25 May
The rising cost of living is impacting globally but differently, and it is clearly evident that expenses and bills continue to rise steeply.
8 May
Well, it is not true that I’m not from this town. I’m from Owu. Our territory is extended towards this area even down to Lagos and Benin Republic.
2 Apr
As a way of giving back to society and developing intellectual skills among schoolgirls, the Society of Women Accountants of Nigeria (SWAN), has donated books to the Wesley girls’ school
10 Mar
Human rights activist, Malcolm Omirhobo, has been honoured with the Ahmadu Bello platinum award, titled ‘Icon of hope/humanitarian services’ from the National Association
15 Jan
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has called for the implementation of the various Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) between Nigeria and Namibia, especially in the areas of culture and tourism, to ensure that they translate into economic benefits for the two countries.

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The dawn of November 21, 1948, as authentic records heralded some significant luminous foreboding for the family of Chief Ugwuoke and Lolo Nwakaego Dinwoke (both of blessed memory) as it marked the birth of a vibrant neonate with an uncanny destiny. As custom demanded, that child was soon named Nnadi by his paternal uncle, Ihe…
48 mins ago
Apart from the Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) which holds from 19th to 26th August in Lagos, Nigeria’s bustling commercial capital, perhaps the next biggest news coming from the Bar at this time is the suspension of Mrs. Joyce Oduah as the NBA General Secretary. Mrs Oduah’s suspension came days ahead…
1 day ago
Mr Yakubu Lawal, Nasarawa State Commissioner of Information, Culture and Tourism that was abducted by gunmen has regained freedom.
1 day ago
A man was injured and a woman was in serious condition after a shooting in a shopping centre in southern Sweden on Friday, police said.
1 day ago
South Africa's largest ethnic group, the Zulus, will on Saturday crown a new king following a year of feuding over who should ascend to the throne of the country's most influential traditional monarchy.