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15 May 2018
Hundreds were gathered in the jubilee hall of St. Gregory’s College in Lagos for an evening of tributes in honour of the late Dr. Christopher Ebhodaghe Abebe, who died in March at the age of 99.
5 Dec 2017
Former Head of Interim National Government (ING), Chief Ernest Shonekan, has said that the country has a great future and all hands must be on deck to make it work.
2 Mar 2017
Six-year-old Ekene, a primary one pupil of Community Primary School, Awka South, in Anambra State, has a smile that could light up a stadium at night. It is the day government...
13 Dec 2016
The honours were bestowed on the national icons at the 2016 PR Forum/corporate and individual social responsibility awards and exhibition held in Lagos.
28 Nov 2016
The revelation underscores the fact that leaders at all times should continue to pay attention to health of the economy while in office so that every citizen’s future including theirs can be guaranteed.
25 Nov 2016
Sealed lips greeted every effort to get snippets of the role the PDP chieftain played as contained in the book; his aides kept insisting the details would be made public tomorrow.
23 Jun 2016
Eminent products of CMS Grammar School Bariga, Lagos, including former Head of Interim National Government, Sir Ernest Shonekan, Chief Folarin Coker, High Chief Akiolu Disu among others were present...

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