First Citizens Bank to acquire collapsed SVB
With interest, commission, banks’ profit unaffected by Naira crisis
Pains, lamentation over ATM cards
Weâ€™re over-taxed, please give us a break
Yenagoa : Gov Sylva confronts water shortage
Valentine romance : First family bags Okada gift
For SOS children, help cometh at noon
Horror: How PHCN cable claimed many lives
Rivers and Abia move against robbers in border towns
Why Jonathan Goodluck demoted Aondoakaa (SAN)
Day protesters stormed Ikeja for Fashola
Apapa residents lament govtâ€™s neglect
Day of blood and destruction as NURTW gang attacks Marwa operators
Pains of unofficial fuel price hike
Drab, dirty Mushin wears new look
Itâ€™s Christmas, but the partyâ€™s over
Yuletide : Exodus as Lagosians move homeward
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Black Wednesday for two pastors
The jubilation that heralded the restoration of electricity after three days outage was short lived for residents of No 75, Ikotun Road, Ebedi, about 100 metres away from Isheri-Oshun Police station in the Igando-Ikotun Local Council Development Area.
Motorists, commuters groan again as fuel scarcity looms
By Bose Adebayo Since plans by government to deregulate the downstream sector of the oil industry became public knowledge, fuel marketers have intensified efforts in doing what they know how to do best: That is to hoard the product. This accounted for the long queues witnessed in most filling stations at intermittent intervals during the […]
Itâ€™s prayer time with air safety in mind
FOUR years ago, the popular televangelist and Senior Pastor of Fountain of Life Church, Bimbo Odukoya died at the prime age of 45 when a Sosoliso Airlines Flight 1145 she boarded in Abuja crashed in Port Harcourt. The air crash also claimed the lives of 75 pupils, among others. That was on December 10, 2005.
Shackled by laws on noise pollution
THEY have been perceived as agents of noise pollution. And determined to curb their excesses in this regard, the Lagos State government decided to clamp down on them, especially those found to have erred in terms of failure to comply with relevant laws enacted to check noise pollution in the metropolis.
Violence against women: Stakeholders call for support
In every country, women and girls are in most cases vulnerable to violence with its attendant suffering. Such violence undermines development, creates instability and makes peace much harder to achieve. It was in recognition of this that November 25 was set aside as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
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