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How fire outbreak paralysed Abia varsity

Almost immediately the South East Chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universties, ASUU, called off its strike that lasted for about six months, full academic activities had resumed at the Abia State University Uturu with both the staff and students working in earnestly to make up for lost time. Students had hastily trooped back to the school with great joy and expectation on hearing that the school had reopened.

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IT youth ambassador leads donations to remand homes in Lagos

While calling for youth empowerment through Information Technology tools, the Nigerian Youth IT Ambassador, Nkemdilim Uwaje recently led a team of Bake for change in a Christmas visit to many remand homes including Lagos State Transit Home for Kids, Lagos State Correctional Centre for Boys, Lagos State Old People’s Home, Lagos State Children’s Transit Home.

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Widow Cries out over land seized by alleged speculators

EIGHTY-TWO-year-old Madam Rebeca Taniyu Akinimola of Sapele, Delta State , got the shock of her life on November 4, 2010 when during her early morning devotion she got a phone call that some land speculators were busy clearing her land in preparation to developing it. Not amused by the story, she sent one of her sons, Shola to go and verify what was reported. He got there and never returned until late in the night.

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Igando ‘pako-bridge’ brings relief to motorists, pedestrians

For years, Igando New Town in Igando-Ikotun Local Council Development Authority and Olayemi-Asipa in Ipaja-Ayobo Local Council Development Authority were only 365 metres apart. But in spite of the short distance separating them, people in these two areas found it difficult visiting each other. The reason for this was the swamp that lies between the two communities.

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