WAEC withholds 413 candidates’ results
Portable to face 6-count charges in Court — Police
Lagos residents task govt on infrastructure devt
After Ramadan, what next?
EID-IL-FITR: Okoya tasks Muslims on peaceful co-existence
Nigeria overripe for State Police – J.B. Daudu
TUC president tasks Nigerians in diaspora on devt
Julius Berger donates 8 classrooms to communities
SUBEB allays teachers’ fear on new pension scheme
NERDC builds teachers’ capacity on SSE curriculum implementation
Winners of Mike Okonkwo National Essay contest emerge
Six zonal champs win AUN’s scholarships
Winners emerge from Unilever Ideatrophy competition
How Nigerian students dominate Houdegbe varsity
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‘NBA position on Justice Salami stands’
He ceases to be NBA President, next week Friday, when he will hand over to his successor, Mr. Okey Wali, SAN, at the association’s Annual General Week long conference, slated for Abuja.
Counsel Corner: Caretaker rented out property illegally
I have a big estate somewhere in Lagos which an oil servicing company rented until recently when the company relocated . Unknown to me, my caretaker rented out part of the property to some individuals who moved in there with their families. Part of what is supposed to be a vast office space was converted to rooms with toilet facilities.
Constitution amendment: Hurrilaws advocates joint civil society inputs
Civil society groups in the country have been called to come together and form coordinated inputs for the forthcoming review of the 1999 constitution by the National Assembly.
Expert identifies freedom as students’ major challenge
Graduating students were challenged to be prepared to face the reality of life, as there must be things to contend with in the course of fulfilling their desired dreams.
KwaraPoly expels 45 students over exam malpractice
Following the conclusion of the second semester examination at the Kwara State Polytechnic (KwaraPoly), Offa-Ilorin, the management has released names of forty-five students who have been expelled owing to gross cases of examination malpractices.
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