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12 Sep
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the provost of West Africa Theological Seminary (WATS), Oluwafemi Martins, yesterday, reiterated the need to curb corrupt practices and insecurity in the country.
31 Mar 2019
Clerics have stressed the need for Nigerians to live a consecrated life, which will further drive peace and harmony in the nation. They said living according...
7 Sep 2018
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), yesterday, said the worldwide yearly air passenger numbers has exceeded four billion for the first time.

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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin are seeking the dismissal of a suit by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) against them. IPOB filed a complaint against the senior members of President Joe Biden’s cabinet in August, asking a judge to compel them to reverse the recently completed sale of…
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Ugandan police said a blast on a long-distance bus Monday evening that injured several people was a suicide bombing carried out by a jihadist from the ADF group.
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UN Secretary-General, António Guterres on Monday condemned the “ongoing military coup” in Sudan, saying Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and all other officials, “must be released immediately.” In a statement, he called for the “immediate reconstitution” of the Government, which is due to guide Sudan through to democratic elections. NEW YORK, USA, October 26, 2021,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/-Long-time ruler Omar al-Bashir was overthrown by the military…
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The Italian Football Federation said Monday that it will be investigating a racist chant directed at Victor Osimhen by Roma fans during their goalless draw with Napoli at the weekend. The FIGC said in its statement that a "racially-motivated discriminatory chant" was aimed at Nigeria striker Osimhen, and that its disciplinary authorities would be conducting…
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Choosing suitable business PCs is no longer a simple thing— gone are the days of just ordering desktops for office workers and laptops for road warriors. The new reality of work means that things may not go back to "normal" for a while—and your teams need PCs that can adapt to in-office, at-home, and offsite scenarios, or a mixture of them all. Insights gotten from a survey carried out by PWC shows that ‘the success of remote work has reinvented how corporate work gets done and where work gets done. Therefore, by design or by default, most companies are moving toward mixed workplaces, in which large numbers of office workers shift in and out of offices set up for shared spaces.