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Housing: Government of this country prefers short cut instead of planning ahead — Adediji

Mr. Bode Adediji, Chairman, Bode Adediji Partnership, a firm of estate surveyors and valuers, and   former President, Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers NIESV, is one of the front-line estate surveyors and property consultants in Nigeria. Besides his professional calling, he has dedicated himself to mentoring and delivering lectures to inspire the younger ones
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No responsible Igbo wants Presidency now – Ebigwei, Ohanaeze leader

Chief (Dr.) Sylvan Olisanye Ebigwei, is Vice President-General, Ohanaeze Ndigbo (Worldwide), President Emeritus, Aka Ikenga, Consultant Dental Surgeon and the Iyasei Onowu (Prime Minister), Agbadagba, Okpanam, Delta State. In this interview on the state of the nation, he discusses the orchestrated agitations in the land, the Igbo presidency and says only restructuring can save the country from disintegration. Excerpts:

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Mrs. Lucy Ajayi

Buhari is Nigeria’s Nelson Mandela– Trade Fair boss,Mrs. Ajayi

She is, unaguably, an unrepentant follower of President Muhammed Buhari. She  heads one of the country’s cash cows, the multi billion naira Lagos International
Trade Fair in Lagos. Mrs. Lucy Ajayi’s name is synominous with whatever the head of state represents and she said that much and many more during an encounter with Saturday Vanguard in her office at the sprawling Trade Fair complex in Ojo, Lagos. Excerpts:

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Controversy over Escravos dredging contract has not stopped works — OGHOMIENOR

By Urowayino Jeremiah DESPITE the controversy surrounding the award of the dredging contract of the Escravos channel, dredging has no way affected the project as host communities have given support to the ongoing dredging exercise due to the expected rippling economic benefits the project will to the Delta ports. In this interview with the Vanguard
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Controversy over Escravos dredging contract has not stopped works- Oghomienor

Despite the controversy surrounding the award of the dredging contract of the Escravos channel, the controversy has no way affected the project as host communities have given support to the ongoing dredging exercise due to the expected rippling economic benefits the project will to the Delta ports. In this interview with the Vanguard Maritime Report, the Chairman of the Delta State Seaports’ Stakeholders Association, Mr Emiko Oghomienor, said that stakeholders are very keen on ensuring that the project is completed within the stipulated time

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