Monthly Archives: April 2017

Economic Recession: Mass Sack in BusinessDay and The Guardian as Hundreds of Workers Lose Their Jobs

Some staffers of BusinessDay and The Guardian newspapers have been left sad-faced after being given their sack letters as a result of recession.
BusinessDay and The Guardian newspapers on Thursday and Friday did another mass sack of its employees, according to PM News.
The report revealed that the companies blamed the economic recession and the rising cost of production for its action, due to scarcity of forex...
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Mountains of Naira Notes: See the Huge Cash Recovered from Armed Robbers in Benin (Photos)

The gallant operatives of the Nigerian Police Force have apprehended some armed robbers who allegedly shot and killed a middle-aged man in Ego local government area of Edo state.
Suspected armed robbers have allegedly shot and killed a middle-aged man, simply identified as Mr. Gideon. The incident occurred on Thursday night at his resident 7B, Egbede street, off New Lagos Road, in Ego local government area...
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Mercy Aigbe’s 7-year Marriage Crashes After Husband Allegedly Beat Her Up (See Photos)

Latest reports indicate that the marriage of Nigerian actress, Mercy Aigbe has finally crashed after her husband allegedly beat the hell out of her. Her 7-year marriage to Lagos based hotelier, Lanre Gentry reportedly crashed as a result of domestic violence, according to LIB.
LIB revealed that the couple had a nasty fight last week that left the actress with severe injuries and she's still receiving...
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AMBODE UNVEILS LAGOS DIGITAL LIBRARY

The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Friday formally unveiled the State Digital Library, reiterating his administration’s commitment to providing access to education for all.

The Governor, who was represented by Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Tunji Bello, said the decision to unveil a first-of-its-kind digital library is to provide access to educational materials through the collection of digital content via...

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