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13 Nov
The article titled “Caveat Emptor: Tafawa Balewa Square belongs to Lagos State” was published in The Guardian Newspaper on August 26, 2018 to alert the public on the true ownership of the Race Course, a property which the media publications...
12 Oct 2021
Human rights lawyer, Chief Malcom Omirhobo has sued the Nigerian Army at the Federal High Court, Lagos, asking the court to determine whether it is the duty of soldiers to handle internal security in the country.
19 Sep 2021
Leading Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Nigeria have condemned the continued ban on Twitter by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
12 Feb 2020
The case for non-interest banking in Nigeria and the contributions of the non-bank financial institutions cannot be overemphasised. These have come to be acknowledged globally

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council says Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will not relocate the federal capital from Abuja to Lagos if elected in the 2023 presidential poll.
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The Association of Ebonyi Indigenes Socio-Cultural In the Diaspora (AEISCID) has warned against any form of harm to the Catholic Bishop of Abakaliki diocese, Most Rev Peter Chukwu Nworie on calls on the electorates to ensure peaceful conduct of the 2023 poll in Ebonyi state.
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Ahead of the 2023 General Elections, the African Democratic Congress (ADC) has appointed Mrs Mabel Oboh as the party’s representative in the Funso Doherty Campaign Council, for the Lagos State governorship election.
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Technology giant, Google today held graduation events in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa to celebrate 5000 business owners who have completed its Hustle Academy training programme.
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Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the president of Qatari-owned Paris Saint-Germain, asserted in an interview published Tuesday the club may be looking for a new home after being made to feel unwelcome at the Parc des Princes.