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Racketeering at Nigerian Airports and Border Checkpoints

Mohammed Babandede,The Comptroller General of NIS The new Comptroller-General of the Nigerian Immigration Service,Mohammed Babandede, MFR, who was appointed into office on the 26th of May by President Muhammadu Buhari addressed the press at a media conference at the headquarters in Abuja on the 31st of May 2016 where he …

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Idúpé ỌDÚN kan ti Yorùbá Lákọ̀tun bere

The journey of  Yorùbá Lákọ̀tun would not be complete without the great support of our partners, special guests, audience, all volunteers at the back end and well-wishers who have helped to enhance each event. According to the host of the quarterly programme, Olutayo Irantiola, said, “I appreciate everyone who have …

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THE HYPER-REALISM OF OLUMIDE ORESEGUN

Photo courtesy: Olumide Oresegun by Olutayo IRANTIOLA Since the weeks of his emergence on the social media scene, Olumide Oresegun has been called the Leonardo Da Vinci of Africa. He has changed the narrative of Nigerian artists by pushing the frontiers painting to the extremely tedious aspect of the art. …

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Kick Against Indiscipline & their Extremist Officers

The Ikorodu Road violence after the death of the hawker Nigerians are very lawless people from age immemorial. In order to correct this lawlessness, Kick Against Indiscipline  (KIA) was set up as a government agency to enforce attitudinal change. This agency has checkmated people who  act wrongly in the public …

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