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Commissioner explains Lagos Pension Law

The Commissioner for Establishment, Training and Pensions, Dr. Akintola Benson Oke, says Section 7 of the Lagos State Contributory Pension Scheme Law of 2007 recognises annuities as one of the investment options to which retirement savings account can be put, because annuities represent a responsible and effective tool that ensures the availability of funds to pensioners in a regular and prudent manner.

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How Customs lost 5 vehicles in battle with smugglers

The Ogun Command of Nigeria Custom Service (NCS) has recorded losses of two patrol vans, three vehicles belonging to officers and one operational check-point at Atan community, along Idiroko road, the border between Nigeria and Republic of Benin. This is happening just few weeks after smugglers from the same axis attacked officers on duty and shattered their patrol vehicles with bullets.

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ASUU wants visitation panel for Ondo varsity

Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has called on Governor Rotimi Akeredolu to set up a visitation panel to investigate Ondo State owned Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, AAUA. In a letter to the governor, the union said the call became imperative given the infractions allegedly committed at the institution since the last visitation exercise was carried out eight years ago.

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Meadow holds Two-Day Conference

A two-day Education Convention holding under the theme, “Transforming our Society through Education” is being organized by Meadow Hall Foundation, a subsidiary of Meadow Hall Group, from 20-21 April, in Lagos, aimed at bringing stakeholders in the education sector to discuss and learned ways to advance the society through education.

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