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As the second wave of COVID-19 surges across the country

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As the second wave of COVID-19 surges across the country

As the second wave of COVID-19  surges across the country, The Onuesoke Foundation has commenced awareness campaign and distribution of free over 100,000 face masks and sanitisers to people in rural communities across Delta State. The awareness campaign, distribution of the face masks and sanitisers took off from Udu Local Government Area of Delta State …
As the second wave of COVID-19 surges across the country
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16,000 benefit from special work programme in Kwara

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16,000 benefit from special work programme in Kwara

About 16,000 beneficiaries of the Federal Government Extended Special Public Works (ESPW) programme from Kwara State will earn almost N1 billion in the next three months. Speaking at the official launch of the programme in Ilorin, the state chairman of the selection committee, Olusegun Oyewo said the beneficiaries which cut across the 16 local government …
16,000 benefit from special work programme in Kwara
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LaPRIGA award: MTN Nigeria wins ‘Excellence’ in community relations

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LaPRIGA award: MTN Nigeria wins ‘Excellence’ in community relations

Leading telecommunications services provider, MTN Nigeria has been recognised for best practices in community relations efforts through its social investment arm, MTN Foundation, at the fifth edition of the Lagos Public Relations Industry Gala and Awards (LaPRIGA). The annual event organised by the Lagos State chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) was …
LaPRIGA award: MTN Nigeria wins ‘Excellence’ in community relations
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It’s wrong to say Nigeria’s advertising industry is not doing well —Bunmi Oke

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It’s wrong to say Nigeria’s advertising industry is not doing well —Bunmi Oke

The Chief Executive Officer, Ladybird Limited and former President, Advertising Agencies Association of Nigeria (AAAN), Mrs. Bunmi Oke, speaks with AKIN ADEWAKUN on the state of the nation’s advertising, insisting that the present state of the industry is not an indication that it is ailing, but a reflection of the nation’s economy, and a metamorphosis …
It’s wrong to say Nigeria’s advertising industry is not doing well —Bunmi Oke
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Schools resume amid COVID-19 spike

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Schools resume amid COVID-19 spike

FOLLOWING the directive by the Federal Government on resumption of schools across all levels, most educational institutions will today open for academic activities amid fears by parents and teachers over the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world.  The fears stemmed from the fact that some schools, especially public institutions, appeared to be ill-prepared …
Schools resume amid COVID-19 spike
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E2%80%95-labour/ You can’t hide under subsidy to punish Nigerians ― Labour

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You can’t hide under subsidy to punish Nigerians ― Labour

The organised labour declared on Sunday that nobody should blackmail Nigerians again with the issue of subsidy on petroleum products, warning that the government should not hide under the guise of subsidy to punish Nigerians further either in terms of electricity tariff or pump prices of petroleum products. Deputy President of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) …
You can’t hide under subsidy to punish Nigerians ― Labour
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The new electricity tariff

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The new electricity tariff

In a document dated December 30, 2020, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) sought to enforce a new Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO).  The new MYTO  increased electricity bill by over 50 per cent across the country. The new MYTO and minimum remittance threshold payable by the distribution companies and signed by the NERC chairman, Sanusi …
The new electricity tariff
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To Sam with love

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To Sam with love

Death crept in like a thief in the night and snatched away Sam Nda-Isaiah, fondly called Kakaki Nupe because of the traditional title he held. Sam was the mercurial petrel of APC whose appearance on the presidential primaries platform will forever shock President Muhammadu Buhari and many of his acolytes. The majority of my past …
To Sam with love
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Appraising Buhari’s successes in reforming NPF

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Appraising Buhari’s successes in reforming NPF

President Muhammadu Buhari took over the mantle of leadership of the Federal Republic of Nigeria for his second tenure on May 29, 2019 when the Nigerian Police Force was faced with a serious credibility crisis especially in its relationship with ordinary Nigerians due mainly to dwindling economy and paucity of funds. With rising cases of …
Appraising Buhari’s successes in reforming NPF
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Why we are repositioning —Marketing Edge

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Why we are repositioning —Marketing Edge

Group Chief Executive Officer, MEDIA EDGE, Mr John Ajayi has explained that the ongoing repositioning drive at the agency is aimed at preparing it for contemporary business realities and the challenges ahead. The full brand support services firm had, recently,  announced the fortification of its operations with the engagement of seasoned and accomplished professionals in …
Why we are repositioning —Marketing Edge
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