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AIT Promises Live Coverage For AFAC 2017

By ORU LEONARD The African Independent Television, a subsidiary of the DAAR Group, has promised live coverage for the forthcoming African Arts and Crafts Exhibition holding from August 27th to September 17th, 2017. This was disclosed when the Director-General of the National Council of Arts and Culture, Otunba Segun Runsewe alongside a

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FG Flags Off Presidential Initiative For The Industrialisation Of Niger Delta In Ondo

By ORU LEONARD  In fulfillment of its promise to transform the economic fortunes of the nine states in the Niger Delta region through industrialisation, the Federal Government of Nigeria has flagged off the Presidential Initiative for the Industrialisation of Niger Delta in Akure, Ondo State capital, on Tuesday. Speaking at the event, the

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Queens College Deaths: Civil Society Coalition Makes Shocking Revelations, Writes Senate Committee

By CHARLES UGOCHUKWU CHARLES An assemblage of six non-governmental and civil society organisations, the Coalition of Civil Societies on Human Rights and Anti-Corruption in Nigeria has written to the Senate Committee on Basic and Secondary Education probing the recent deaths at one of the Federal Government’s Unity School, Queens College Lagos.   The group,

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Three Outstanding African Innovations Walk Away with US$150 000 Innovation Prize for Africa 2017 

By COMFORT NJIONYE  The sixth edition of the coveted Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) culminated with a bang as the African Innovation Foundation (AIF) awarded three more African innovators for their incredible innovations. Out of over 2500 applications, 10 nominees were selected, Aly El-Shafei of Egypt emerged as the Grand Prize winner,

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