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W’Cup Qualifiers And Finidi’s Acid Tests Against S’Africa, Benin Republic

Born in France, Emerse Faé, the present coach of Elephants of Côte d’Ivoire, played for France national teams at youth level and was almost getting called up for the Les Blues before he was snapped by his country of parentage, Côte d’Ivoire. He played most of his club football at Lique 1 in France as

How Stanbic IBTC Is Promoting Development Goals Through Educational Empowerment

Every country’s future is its younger generation, and one of the most critical investments remains the quality of education provided for them.Nigeria faces immense challenges in providing citizens with access to quality education.This scenario has primarily impacted the ability of many students to receive proper education that will prepare them for the leadership tasks ahead.Furthermore,

Cybersecurity In Nigeria’s Business Landscape

 In today’s globalised world, business­es are increasingly reliant on digital technologies to operate and thrive. From online transactions to cloud-based data storage, the Internet has become an indispensable tool for companies of all sizes. However, this digital dependence also brings signifi­cant cybersecurity risks. As businesses continue to embrace digital transformation, it’s crucial they prioritise cybersecurity

Debunked: Tinubu As Master Strategist

 In the days and weeks before Bola Tinubu became presi­dent, he had many sobriquets. The sobriquets depended on the side of the aisle that the ad­mirers or the traducers stood. To the Obidients, Tinubu was Balab­lue, emilokan and an alleged drug lord. But to his admirers and fans, he was the man with the magic

Lawyers Fault Tinubu’s Administration On Human Rights, Rule Of Law

 …Urge Govt To Stop Intimidation, Harassment Of Journalists LAGOS – A human rights activist and lawyer, Barrister Blessing Joseph Af­ang, has faulted the President Bola Tinubu admin­istration in terms of human rights. Speaking to Sunday Indepen­dent on the first year of Presi­dent Tinubu in office, Barrister Afang, President, the Interna­tional Human Rights Protection Service Florida,

PDP Will Bounce Back In 2027 – Damagum

 The Acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Umar Damagum, has assured members that the party would bounce in 2027. Damagum stated this in Umuahia at the reception and 76-year birthday cele­bration of the chairman, PDP Board of Trustees, Adolphus Wabara. He said the party had resolved to take over gov­ernment come 2027. “With

Concern Swells Over Lack Of Transparency In Tinubu’s Administration

 …Stakeholders Insist Oil Sector Activities Still Opaque …Cast Doubts On Project Execution Reports, Fiscal Control   LAGOS  – Chief Emeka Charles Kalu, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, has fault­ed President Bola Tinu­bu’s response to the yearnings of Nigeria, especially as activities in key sectors such as the petroleum industry and monetary matters are mired

Minimum Wage: FG Proposed N60,000 To Curtail Job Losses – Labour Minister– Minister

 …Says Strikes Will Compound Economic Woes …Private Sector Has Accepted N60,000 – MAN DG ABUJA – The Federal Government has reacted to the pro­posed strike by the or­ganised labour which is likely to kick off on Monday, saying it will compound the eco­nomic woes of the citizens. The Minister of State for La­bour and Employment,

Abuja Disco To Disconnect Defence Headquarters, Others Over Electricity Debt

The Abuja Electric­ity Distribution Company (AEDC), on Saturday, re­leased names of 25 highly placed customers with out­standing electricity bills. The AEDC said it would disconnect all clients who failed to clear their debts by June 3. It said in the notice: “This is to inform the gen­eral public that AEDC will disconnect all customers with

Zhitsu Kopako Stool Feud: Victims Recount Ordeal

MINNA  – The three-year-old pro­tracted crisis and 12 at­tacks at different times, which have ravaged the once peaceful Kopako Commu­nity in Lavun Local Govern­ment Area, Niger State, have left trails of sad, permanent injuries on the minds of the people. Now, the community is deserted due to the activities of some groups which have cho­sen

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