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Samuel Odewumi

19 Nov 2021
Former Dean, School of Transport, Lagos State University, (LASU), Prof. Samuel Odewumi has called on the Lagos State Government to seek support of Federal Government agencies in apprehending motorcycle riders plying restricted routes in the metropolis.
17 Sep 2021
Professor Samuel Odewumi of the School of Transport, Lagos State University (LASU), has urged the government to emphasise user charges as a means of augmenting the budgetary allocation for road maintenance and rehabilitation.
21 May 2021
Stakeholders have expressed worries over vandalisation of the Itakpe-Warri rail line, describing it as “very dangerous” for the emerging rail sector.
27 Apr 2021
Mixed reactions have continued to trail the demand by Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) to include members in primary and post primary schools in harmonised retirement age for teachers in Nigeria bill.

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The Police Command in Nasarawa State has confirmed the rescue of the remaining four abducted pupils of Local Government Education Authority (LGEA) Primary School Alwaza, Doma Local Government Area.
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President Muhammadu Buhari said he reappointed Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi as Director General of the National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, due to the agency's remarkable successes. Buhari made the disclosure in his address at the launch of the National Policy on the Nigerian Government Second-Level Domains and National Data Strategy in State House, Abuja. The…
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The Imo Police Command has confirmed Thursday’s killing of a Customary Court Judge, Mr Nnaemeka Ugboma, while presiding over a matter.
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Prominent Nigerian professionals, including CEO of Ebonylife Media, Mo Abudu, publisher and author, Betty Irabor and TV personality, Funmi Iyanda, are to attend and speak at the 2023 Linda Ikeji’s Self-made Woman Conference (SMWC) which is holding on Saturday, February 4 in Laos, in partnership with The
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Scores of customers of banks, on Friday, took to major streets in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, to protest the scarcity of new naira notes, which has been a subject of discussion across major towns and cities in Nigeria.