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1 Jul
The Trade Union Congress (TUC), Oyo State chapter, yesterday, vowed to mobilise for the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, as directed by the national body of the labour centre.
2 Oct 2020
Following President Muhammadu Buhari’s broadcast yesterday, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has declared that the comparison between Nigeria and Saudi Arabia in fuel prices was a slap on Nigerians’ sensibilities.
21 Oct 2019
Following the truce reached between the Federal Government and the labour movement on the minimum wage consequential adjustment, the Oyo State Chairman of Trade Union Congress...

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The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Oyo State Command, has warned motorists and the public against demonising Ember Months as blood-sucking and tears period. The state Sector Commander, Joshua Adekanye, gave the warning on Thursday at the flag-off of Ember Months Campaign in Ibadan. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that theme of the…
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Former Director, Customer Engagement and Performance responsible for leading Customer Compliance and Risk efforts for Sub-Saharan Africa at Mastercard, Emmanuel Efenure has joined Flutterwave as Head of Risk for Africa.
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The Executive Secretary, Domestic and Sexual Violence agency (DSVA) Mrs TitiLola Vivour-Adeniyi, has reiterated the government's resolve to ensure the menace of all forms of Sexual and gender-based violence cases becomes totally eradicated from society with the sentencing /conviction of Alfa Abdulsalam Salaudeen to life imprisonment. In a statement, on Thursday, Vivour-Adeniyi maintained the need…
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In Nigeria today, 70% of people now have a side hustle to increase their sources of income. There are cases of Bankers who sell shoes on Instagram, Office Receptionists who run online skincare businesses, and restaurant owners who have POS kiosks just in front of their shops. 
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Just a week ago, 34-year-old Ibrahim Traore was an unknown, even in his native Burkina Faso. But in the space of a weekend, he catapulted himself from army captain to the world's youngest leader -- an ascent that has stoked hopes but also fears for a poor and chronically troubled country. Traore, at the head…