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FG to Grant N20,000 to 125,000 Rural Women Each

• Promises to sustain N5000 monthly transfers to 1m indigent citizens At least, 125,000 rural women will benefit from the grant for rural women project and symbolic disbursement aimed at supporting each beneficiary with a sum of N20, 000, the federal government has disclosed. The apex government, also, pledged that it would sustain its conditional […]

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40% Of Nigerian Lawmakers, Over 12 Governors Are Gays, Nigerian Actor, Uche Maduagwu Alleges

Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu, has alleged that 40 percent of the current lawmakers and over 12 state governors are homosexuals but are in the closet. Maduagwu, who recently disclosed that he is gay, also called on the US President, Joe Biden, to place sanctions on the Nigerian government over the 2014 anti-gay law. The law […]

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ICYMI: Sanwo-Olu Slashes LASU Tuition Fees

Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has approved reduced tuition for students of Lagos State University, (LASU) Ojo. His Special Adviser on Education, Tokunbo Wahab, disclosed this on Friday via his official Twitter handle. The tweet reads: “Flash: Lagos State government reduces tuition fee for students of Lagos.” When contacted, Wahab said the approval was in tandem […]

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Protesters Disrupt Covid-19 Vaccination Site in US

Demonstrators have briefly disrupted a coronavirus vaccination distribution centre at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, calling the jabs part of a conspiracy by elites to control the population. Several dozen people carrying signs demanding the end of lockdowns and promoting anti-vaccination conspiracy theories gathered on Saturday at the entrance to the vaccination site, one of […]

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Nigerian Army Pulls out of Lagos Panel Investigating Lekki Shooting, Disbands Legal Team

The Nigerian Army has disbanded its legal team for the Lagos State Judicial Panel, effectively pulling out of the investigative hearing as more evidence resurfaces confirming that Nigerian soldiers shot at peaceful protesters last October. S.N. Agwhe, a member of army counsel to the panel made the development known to the Judicial Panel on Saturday, […]

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