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IGP Alkali Baba orders posting, redeployment of AIGs

By Onuora Aninwobodo In line with the new Manpower Development Policy of the Force, the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba, has ordered the...

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Why FG, Edo Govt. have no claim to stolen Benin artifacts...

By Peterson Ibi/Benin The Great Benin Descendants worldwide (GBD), a socio-cultural group, has stated its opposition to plans by either of the Federal Government to...

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Baba Ijesha: LASG to prosecute Nollywood actor Yomi Fabiyi for contempt...

The Lagos State Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) says it will prosecute a Nollywood actor, Yomi Fabiyi, for contempt of court over airing a...

Olamide journeys round the globe with ‘UY Scuti’ whilst maintaining his...

An album review by Stephen Chibuzor Ever since Olamide emerged in 2010 with the freestyle-inspired hip-hop single, “Eni Duro”, the Lagos native has kept us...

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Lagos releases 2016/17 academic calendar for primary schools

The Lagos State Ministry of Education has released the academic calendar for its Basic Education sector in the 2016/2017 session. The calendar was released by...

Experts recommend Kegel exercise, good nutrition to tighten loose vagina

The Health and Fitness Pal Exercise Outfit and a nutritionist on Friday advised women to adopt natural vaginal tightening exercise and nutritional intervention instead...

Businesses boom as Calabar carnival climaxes

Business activities on Wednesday reached the peak at the ongoing Calabar Carnival. Investigations by NAN shows that trading activities are booming along major carnival routes in...

Topless Naomi Campbell cuddles up to new boyfriend Joseph Adenuga (Skepta)...

They confirmed their romance earlier this week when the latest cover image for British GQ was unveiled to the world. And now that the world has seen...

Uganda closes 23 radio stations for ‘promoting witchcraft’

Ugandan authorities have closed 23 radio stations for “promoting witchcraft’’ and trying to con people out of money. The stations’ licencses were suspended after they...

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