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20 Aug
Plants make your garden look great and beautiful but scented varieties can add new dimensions to your outdoor space. Whether you love the classic scent of roses or floral lavender, or exotic Frangipanis
13 Feb
Roses are red, violets are blue, know your flowers this Valentine by using flowery words to celebrate your partner. Roses Are the model flower to give to someone you love and you can never go wrong with these red beauties on Valentines Day. Being a classic “I love you gesture”, the red variation is entirely…
23 Nov 2019
Floral symbols are often used to represent the identity or describe the characteristics of the subject.
10 Feb 2019
In time past, ahead of the yearly St. Valentine’s Day celebration, an estimated one million roses were exported from Nigeria to other countries by February 10, with a total of $1m accruing to farmers and exporters, The Guardian learnt. But that is no more, as the country now relies solely on importation of the commodity…

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Facebook should pay reparations to the hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas forced from their homes in Myanmar in a campaign exacerbated by rampant online hate speech, Amnesty International said in a report Thursday.
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As Nigeria gets set to host a mega gender summit in the nation's capital, stakeholders have insisted that unless men, women and the vulnerable are involved, attaining gender parity could be a mirage
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The last is yet to be heard of the crisis rocking the ruling All progressive congress (APC) as the Senator Abdullahi Adamu-led national working committee (NWC) has accused the presidential candidate of the party, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu of sidelining the party from the selection of members of the 422 presidential campaign council (PCC).
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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has appealed to state governments to ensure continuous upgrade of Orientation Camp facilities and other logistic provisions.
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In a move to further reduce dependency on cash transactions, stimulate innovation and drive the growth of digital payments in Nigeria, ProvidusBank together with Mastercard, Interswitch and Thales Group, today announced the introduction of a new Tap-to-Pay service. The service allows cardholders to make fast, secure, and convenient in-store payments by tapping their NFC-enabled smart device at any contactless-enabled payment terminal.