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Who owns the breast?

Biologically, a woman’s breasts are primarily for nourishment of infants and serve as her secondary sexual
characteristics, but the obsession with the mammary glands in recent times is something otherwise Talking about the human breasts is such a titillating event as was the case when the Vanguard Health Desk mooted the question about ownership of the female breasts recently.

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Gani: A tearful farewell on a day of tributes

Clad in a white agbada with a pair of black shoes and a blue cap to match, Chief Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi’s corpse laid in a transparent glass casket as the ash colour car left the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, (LASUTH) Ikeja, Mortuary for his ultra- modern five storey Gallery and Library situated in the Business District of Agidingbi, Ikeja.

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Tribute : In the struggle with Fawehinmi

By Owei Lakemfa IF a colossus walked through a people’s socio-economic and political life, leaving giant prints in the sands of history and touching positively the lives of the ordinary people, it will be difficult to capture his life in a single piece. If a man of demonstrable courage and commitment  who wielded enormous moral
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Oil pollution: Community cries out for help

By Olasunkanmi Akoni, Gbenga Ashamu & Monsur Olowopejo BARUWA,  a suburb of Lagos is not an oil-producing community just as Lagos is not classified as an oil-producing state. So, ordinarily there is no reason why the community should suffer the ravages of oil pollution or be embroiled in oil-related crisis. Indeed before 1994, life in
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