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30 Mar 2019
Acting provost, Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka, Mr. Ephraim Dada, has tasked the newly-admitted students of the college to exhibit discipline, hardwork, loyalty and honesty during their stay in the college. Dada, while administering matriculation oath on the 794 new students, enjoined them to work hard to contribute their quota to national development. He…
23 Dec 2018
Prince Abiodun Oloyede is one of the leading contestants to the throne of Apetumodu of Ipetumodu. He is from the Arowo Osun Ruling House. His great grandfather was Arowoshunjioye of Ipetumodu. He is 53 years old, a graduate of Theatre Arts at the University of Ife. He told Palace Watch his plans for his community.…
20 Dec 2018
The Governing Council of the Federal College of Education, Technical (FCET), Akoka, Lagos, has announced the appointment of substantive officers of the college to manage its Bursary and Library. According to a statement from the college, the council has approved the appointment of Mrs. Amaka Nwoji as the substantive bursar; and Mrs. Catherine Enoobong Olaotan,…


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Female-focused social enterprise, which encourages women to take on more decision making positions and venture into leadership opportunities, HEIR Women Development has shared the findings from her self investigative...
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If manifesting your successes were a person, it would be Ade Ebenezer, professionally known as Olakira. The 31-year-old singer has just bagged a massive endorsement deal with Italian luxury vehicle maker, Maserati,...
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This week, I want to tell you a story about Esther and John. Esther was described by Golden Dara as an ‘esoteric’ beauty. Golden was our neighborhood grammarian.
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As conversations continue to increase on global population control, as well as healthy family planning, Majority Leader of the Federal House of Represntative, Hon. Alhassan Ado-Doguwa, has vowed that he will increase his family size to 30 children within the year.
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The Chicago State University has debunked controversies surrounding the All-Progressives Congress (APC) national leader, Bola Tinubu, declaring that the presidential aspirant did attend the university.    Beverly Poindexter, from the institution’s Office of the Registrar, responded to enquiries from Nigerian press, saying that “Mr Tinubu did attend our university, however, if further information is needed,…