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How states can become self-sufficient through palm oil production—Agwu

MANAGING Director of BKG Exhibitions, Mr. Ifeanyi Agwu in this interview laments the neglect of Palm oil production in Nigeria, adding that plans have been concluded to hold a summit entitled: ‘Nigeria Palm Oil Technology Show’ in order to revive commercial production of palm oil in Nigeria.

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It is in our interest to give out pre-paid meters — CEO, Ikeja Electric

Ikeja Electric occupies a prime position in electricity distribution in Nigeria, being host of the most industrialized part of the country. The Acting Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Anthony Youdeowei, in this interview with Sebastine Obasi, Ediri Ejoh and Prince Okafor, talks about the intricacies involved in supplying electricity to the various customers of the
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The enemy has designed new strategy to attack the Church – Pastor Akinola

Pastor Damilare Akinola is Senior Pastor of Appealing Grace Assembly International (APGA), Lagos. In this interview, Akinola speaks on the challenges faced by Christians in the North, especially Southern Kaduna where there are claims of persecution of the Church. He also offers a perspective on poor medicare in the country, a situation that prompted APGA’s free health programme organised as part of the ministry’s activities to mark the 2017 edition of Easter.

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City architect, Teju Oga, serenades dad at 70

If there is one young man who has done well for himself in his chosen career, he is a city practicing architect and socialite, Teju Ajayi. The handsome dude, popularly known as Teju OGA, among his cross-section of friends, is the CEO of The Architects Place Ltd, a Design and Construction firm in Lagos. A creative and hugely sought after architect, the debonair dandy’s imprints are on scores of beautiful buildings in Lagos and other parts of the country. But for all these relative successes, Teju Oga has his father, Julius Dada Ajayi to thank.

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Emeka Offor’s daughter marries in Anambra state

Sir Emeka Offor’s daughter, Ifeyinwa and her beau Osita had their traditional wedding ceremony recently in Oraifite, Anambra state. It was celebration galore as dignitaries from all walks of life and showbiz stars stormed the magnificent abode of one of the prominent Igbo indigenes in Nigeria. The traditional wedding ceremony which held precisely on Saturday 8th April ,2017 had all the trappings of wealth, and the Igbo billionaire spared no cost in making his daughter’s wedding a grand ceremony.

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