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Yuletide: Itel Mobile celebrates with less privileged, orphanage homes

As part of its corporate social responsibility and determination as a  brand  to provide basic amenities to host communities , fight hunger and poverty, Itel Mobile through its  itel Christmas ‘LOVE ALWAYS ON’ campaign made a nationwide donation of over 500 pieces of pens, 500 pieces of school bags, book materials and water bottles, 400 pieces of pencil cases, 1000 pieces of tomato paste, over 80 cartons of noodles, clothes, foodstuffs, toiletries amongst others to families in various communities  across the six geopolitical zones.

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Otuekong’s work deals with the problem of “African time”

Due to the constant neglect of the need to be punctual in our society and the institutionalization of the culture of what is known as “African Time”, Mr Otuekong Udoebom, a four hundred  level student of Fine and Industrial Art, University of Uyo, has taken a sculpture design using fiberglass as his final year project to depict and display the importance of punctuality.

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Code of ethics for pastors (4)

If you and I con-stantly fluctuate—wand-ering back and forth and in and out of faith — we will never reap anything enduring for the Kingdom of God. To produce powerful results, we must be constant in our commitments. We must be “steady-as-she-goes” — fixed, unchanging, and steadfast. It’s all part of being diligent.

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Buhari

A president for everybody

In what political observers are describing as a genuine sense of self-preservation, President Muhammadu Buhari appears to be handling the two warring factions of the Ogun State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, with clinical dexterity, as he continues to engage in a game of political romance with all parties involved.

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Actress, Dorothy Njemanze defends married woman who came to Burna Boy’s concert with another man

Nollywood actress, Dorothy Njemanze who once won a lawsuit against the Federal Government for labeling her a prostitute has come in defence of a married woman who came to Burna Boy’s December 26th concert with another man at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, saying married women are human and need space  too to enjoy their freedom.

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