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23 Dec
Bandits reportedly abducted no fewer than 70 traders in Birnin Gwari-Kaduna, yesterday, just as the whereabouts of a police vehicle that was escorting the traders was not ascertained at press time...
22 Oct
There was pandemonium at Toyota Bus Stop along Apapa/Oshodi Expressway, Lagos State, yesterday when a hit-and-run driver killed a young man while crossing the highway.
21 Sep
Imo residents, yesterday, resumed business and other activities in observance of the suspension of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra’s (IPOB) sit-at-home order.
13 Sep
Anambra State Government has directed banks, traders, transporters as well as other groups and individuals to resume full economic activity in the state, September 13.
4 Sep
Gradually, what started like a child's play is fast gaining traction and becoming a part of the Southeast region.
12 Aug
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State recently swore in local council chairmen with a parting shot that should not go unexamined. Upon reflection, I think Mr. Sanwo-Olu
3 Aug
Traders at Ladipo International Auto Spare Parts Market, Mushin, yesterday, seem to have woken up to their environmental duties to avert total closure of the multi-billion-naira market.
22 Apr 2021
On every pedestrian bridge in Lagos State, there are at least two traders and one beggar trying to make their living on the structure...
1 Mar 2021
Prices of fresh produce and food grains have skyrocketed in the southern states as traders from the north have been restrained from moving produce southwards.
4 Jan 2021
Determined to reduce poverty level in his constituency, especially during the economic recession occasioned by the COVID-19, a lawmaker representing Oshodi/Isolo Constituency II at the House of Representatives
23 Aug 2020
The Nigeria Union of Traders in Ghana (NUTAG) has urged the Federal Government to take urgent steps to end the ordeal of Nigerian traders doing business
9 May 2020
Two persons were yesterday feared dead at Moniya area of Ibadan, Akinyele Local Government of the state, as a fuel-laden tanker went up in flames leaving several shops and vehicles completely razed by fire.

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