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7 Mar
Lead Visioner, Lagos4Lagos, Dr. Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran (Jandor), has commiserated with victims of last week’s inferno at Ladipo International spare parts market, Mushin, Lagos.
27 Nov 2021
The city of Port Harcourt is set to experience a grand musical dubbed A Night In Bethlehem. Holding next weekend, the show, which will be staged at the Dome Event Centre, will feature performances from top-rated choirs across the country
1 Dec 2020
Executives of the Building Materials International Market (BMIM) in Ogidi, Idemili North Council Area of Anambra State have donated N8m to the 17 victims who lost their shops to the fire accident in the market in March this year.
31 Jul 2018
The President General of Ladipo auto spare-parts market, Jude Nwankwo, has urged the newly elected executives of Aguiyi Ironsi International Market (AIIM) to sustain the peace and security achieved by the past executive led by Chief Cyril Onyemaechi. Nwankwo made the appeal at the weekend during the election of new executives of the Aguiyi Ironsi…

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