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8 Sep 2018
After years of working on the project, Nollywood star Ufoma McDermott is set for the release of her latest movie, What Just Happened. The hilarious movie, which took the actress three years to produce, will hit the big screens across the country on September 14.
12 Jun 2016
The Congress Hall of Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, recently played host to one of the most entertaining stage performances of the time - Hear Word.

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The President of Anglican Grammar School Ubulu-Uku Old Boys Association (AGSUOBA), Lagos State chapter, Mr Okey Odibeli, has restated the group’s commitment to moving education forward through its activities and contributions. Odibeli said in a statement, signed by the Secretary of the association,, Mr Cletus Nwanze, that in pursuit of its objectives, the association would…
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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has postponed its special convention for the presidential primary from Sunday, 29th - Monday, 30th of May, 2020 to Monday, 6th - Wednesday, 8th of June, 2022. APC's National Publicity Secretary, Mr Felix Morka explained that the decision was in line with the Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC) extension of…
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The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has cautioned its members against being used for unprofessional acts by politicians. It also warned them against making their platforms available for individuals to settle personal scores. In a statement, yesterday, by its National President, Secretary and Treasurer, Comrades Chris Isiguzo, Shu'aibu Leman and Bamidele Atunbi, NUJ said it…
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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), yesterday, bowed to pressure and extended the deadline for political parties to conduct their primaries for the 2023 general election...
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In July 2021, the Super Eagles suffered a 0-4 defeat to Mexico in an international friendly match in Los Angeles, a result, which extended the North Americans’ dominance over Nigeria...