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ETHICAL WORDS vs CONTRADICTORY ACTIONS

Nafmin, I travelled down from Bokkos Local Government area of Plateau State, Nigeria and I just said ‘My people’ in Kulere language. Hope your week has been great thus far? In this pervasive world where we live. There are many clergymen that had been accused of committing heinous crimes against …

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SHOP 16 WAS A GREAT LIFELINE

Photo credit- www.marketingandmedialtd.com The media is currently inundated with the news of the impending reconstruction of Agbowo Shopping Complex, UI, Ibadan. I recall, with nostalgia, the contribution of Shop 16, Okay Pharmacy owned and managed by Pharmacist Clement Banji Okunlola, to my life from about age 10. I remember vividly that …

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UNSUNG vs SAMSUNG

Pin from ElectricFairground.com on Pinterest Matan Mwanmin, How has been the month so far? I have not come to you recently but I am glad to sharing my thoughts with you today. I have come to you saying ‘Hello’ in Kulere language of Bokkos local government of Plateau State, Nigeria. …

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PUBLIC- PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP SHOULD RESUSCITATE LAUTECH

The Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso is a project that must not fail. The school which has once been the pride of old Oyo State must not be left to crash at this stage when the two partnering states have left the institution to rot. This school have produced …

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THE PARABLE OF THREE LAGOS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES

There are a lot of pedestrian bridges in Lagos and this has safeguarded many lives from being knocked down by vehicles on the highway. However, it is not all pedestrians’ uses these bridges as some still prefer to cross the road. Also, it must be added that these bridges serve …

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TRAVELLING IN MASS TRANSIT ACROSS AGES IN LAGOS

Mass transit transportation in Lagos has evolved over the years. There are generations that were driven around in bolekaja (lorry) vehicles which transported people from Lagos Island to Mushin, Agege because Yaba was the boundary then. Bolakaja.Photo credit- nairalnd The first organised bus service was provided by J.N. Zarpas, a …

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