Tolaram Group, a fast moving consumer  group company (FMCG), has expanded its landscape in the Nigerian market with the launch of Good Life Magik  Fruit Drink.
The latest, which is the flagship brand of Tolaram Nutri Beverage limited, is in the market to fill the nutritional gap in the beverage segment, as stated by the manufacturers.
The drink is targeted at children segment and comes in three different variants: Watermelon & Mango and Orange.

The launch of the product, which came colourful attracted bigwigs in the country  including Wife of the Governor of Ogun State, Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun, regulators, distributors and children, amongst others.
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By Nasir Muhammad
Zamfara state government has announced the sacking of Emir of Maru, Alhaji Abubukar Cika Ibrahim Emirate under Maru Lcal Government Area of Zamfara State.
Dr Muhammad Bello
The action came as a result of the report of the former Inspector General of Police, MD Abubakar and Chairman Zamfara committee for finding solution to armed banditry which confirmed that the Emir has connection with the armed bandits in the state.

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A midnight heavy downpour has rendered hundreds of people homeless, destroyed farmlands and foodstuff due to flooding in Ngalda town of Fika Local Government Area of Yobe State.
The disaster has also displaced over 1000 persons in the community thereby forcing them to take refuge in neighbouring communities.

Some residents while narrating their ordeal said the Wednesday midnight rain was responsible for River Ngalda to overflow hence washing away part of the town in addition to destroying their foodstuff and farmlands.
One of the flood victims who was counting losses, Idris Ali, disclosed that his six bags of maize and the entire house was submerged … >>> Read Full Story



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In this report, ODIRI UCHENUNU-IBEH examines the struggles of cancer patients receiving treatments at the Cancer Treatment Centre in the Lagos University Teaching Hospital We must assist the cancer centre at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) to grow; If we don’t let that centre run properly or maintain it, in another year or two, it stops working; N5 billion goes down the drain and nobody can get treatment again. “We will then go back to square one where people travel abroad for cancer treatment,” says the Chief Medical Director, LUTH, Prof. Chris Bode, when our correspondent asked him what he thinks about the exploration … >>> Read Full Story



Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State

Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu recently showed that he is not only good in the art of governance, but that he is also a musician, could sing and dance.
The governor was caught on video thrilling his audience with beautiful Yoruba song and wonderful dance step to the admiration of Nigeria’s only Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka.
The event was packaged to celebrate the 85th birthday celebration of Soyinka in Ondo State.
Watch video here:

Can you guess who is on the band stand? pic.twitter.com/HJ3ta6FWBe
— Onigegewura (@OnigegeWura) August 9, 2019

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After helping Nigeria to win the U-17 World Cup in 2013 with a splendid performance, observers were of the opinion that the Super Eagles have a future in Taiwo Adeniyi. It indeed came as no surprise when English Premier League club Liverpool signed him two years later. However, he has gone on his sixth loan spell since joining the Reds and a senior national team place is still far between  
In spite of having spent the last four seasons away from Anfield and yet to make an appearance for the club, Awoniyi was last year handed an improved contract by the management of Liverpool.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted on Friday that Manchester United can cope without Romelu Lukaku following the striker’s transfer to Inter Milan, saying that it was time for him to move on despite the lack of a replacement.
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Lukaku joined the Serie A club on Thursday, the Premier League’s transfer deadline day, but there was no new arrival to take his place at Old Trafford before the window shut.

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“It was time now for Romelu Lukaku to go. I think we got a good deal and he is happy so I think both parties … >>> Read Full Story