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Two men Bode Fabiyi and Afeez Opeyemi Ahmed, were on Thursday sentenced to death by hanging, by a Lagos state High court sitting at Tafa-Balewa Square TBS, for kidnapping and killing a 53 year old businessman Kolawole Animashaun, who had just relocated from the United Kingdom to Nigeria. Justice Modupe Nico-Clay also sentenced them to […]Continue Reading
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The National Working Committee of the African Action Congress has disclosed that its expression of interest and nomination forms are free for all aspirants. The Committee said anyone varying for the office of the President up to the Local Government Area office. A statement signed by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Femi Adeyeye, and sighted […]Continue Reading
The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) has reacted to the fire outbreak that occurred on Wednesday evening, at the old site of the church , located at Agodo, Egbe; about two kilometers from SCOAN headquarters cathedral in Ikotun, Lagos. A statement from the church on Thursday noted that the fire outbreak was from a […]Continue Reading
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Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, one of the contenders for the 2023 Presidential race, has explained why he dropped from the race, and instead opted to return to the Senate. Senator Kalu  said his decision to quit his ambition for what he described as lack of fairness, equity and justice among the Regions is premised on […]Continue Reading