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Lady Maiden Ibru

20 Nov 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari has saluted Lady Maiden Ibru, Chairman, Publisher and Chief Executive Officer of Guardian Newspapers, as she turns 70.
17 Nov 2019
Lady Maiden Ibru walks in a few minutes later than scheduled apologizing profusely for “wasting our time” while insisting she “has to explain why she was late because we have been waiting.” “We are all humans and I can’t be keeping you waiting for long,” she says apologetically. While a stranger might be taken by…
30 Nov 2017
The HID Awolowo Foundation was inaugurated on September 19, 2016, with an Advisory Council that boasts of a stellar cast of women and men.
22 Oct 2017
“The first song I fell in love with was King Sunny Ade’s ‘Syncro Syncro,’ that was when I was about eight. I used to love dancing; I still do. I guess that is why I do musicals; I use to do that to control my muscle.”
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It should not be business as usual for the 20 per cent of the nation’s population that control 80 per cent of the common wealth when tax administration issues are brought...

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