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Lagos State Begins Rebuilding Igbosere Court House , Nigeria’s Oldest

The Lagos State Rebuilding Trust Fund has begun reconstructing the Igbosere High Court, which was razed down by hijackers of the #EndSARS protest on October 21, 2020.# On Wednesday two heavy Caterpillar excavators demolishing the charred remains of the multi-courtroom structure, reputed as the country’s oldest and most recognisable judicial building. A signboard outside the […]Read More

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Spider-Man: No Way From Home Breaks Avengers Endgame Record

Lower your high shoulders, Avengers: Endgame; there’s a new internet-breaking blockbuster in your cinematic universe. Fandango ticket presales which started on Monday, saw Spider-Man: No Way Home in just two hours, breaking the record for the highest first-day presales of 2021 previously held by Black Widow. Furthermore, No Way Home‘s pre-sales were the site’s biggest since Endgame in 2019, a film that […]Read More

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Nigeria, Chad to partner on power interconnection –Minister

The Minister of Power, Mr  Abubakar Aliyu, has assured the Republic of Chad of Nigeria’s continuous interaction on power interconnection. Mr Odutayo Oluseyi, Assistant Director, Press, Ministry of Power, in  a statement in Abuja on Tuesday quoted Aliyu as saying this while receiving the Chadian Ambassador, H.E Abakar  Chahaimi, in his office. According to the […]Read More

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Senate To Probe Jail-breaks Across Nigeria

The Senate has mandated its Committee on Interior to investigate the remote and immediate causes of the frequent jailbreaks across the country. It resolved to summon the Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola; Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami and Comptroller-General of the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCS), Haliru Nababa, to determine the […]Read More

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Buhari Vows To Punish Officials Over Illegal Recruitment, Payroll Padding

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Tuesday, vowed that government will punish public officers who bring in personnel into the public workforce by illegal recruitment, pad their payroll and retain ghost workers. This is as the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, ICPC, has attributed the high cost of governance and rising personnel budget to […]Read More