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Prof. Lilian Salami

18 Sep 2021
The Senate of the University of Benin (UNIBEN) has approved the removal of the N20,000 late registration fee that led to a two-day mass protest by students of the institution earlier during the week.
19 Jul 2020
Vice Chancellor, University of Benin (UNIBEN) Prof Lilian Salami has called on security agencies to step up security efforts in the wake of alarming criminality in the state and country.
7 Sep 2018
Tobacco Free Nigeria in partnership with Health Promotion Education and Community Development Initiative (HPECDI), a non-governmental organisation, has harped...

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The Guardian learnt that the bandits stormed some communities in their numbers, at the weekend, killed and whisked away several persons.
23 mins ago
Delta State Police Commissioner, Mr. Ari Mohammed Alli, has warmed all Divisional Police Officers (DPOs), Area Commandants (ACs) and the rank and files to desist, forthwith, from collecting money
30 mins ago
Shell Companies in Nigeria paid $986 million in corporate taxes and royalties to the Federal Government of Nigeria from its operations in 2021.
30 mins ago
The last may not have been heard of the controversial acquisition deal between the indigenous oil exploration firm, Seplat Energy and International oil firm ExxonMobil.
31 mins ago
Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai’s alarm on the activities of terrorists now running a parallel government in the state has been described as “belated and an unfortunate admission...”