Segun James

The Lagos State Environmental Sanitation and Special Offenses Taskforce (LSESSOT) yesterday intercepted a truck with 48 motorcycles and 123 men coming from Jigawa State following a tipoff by members of the public who raised security concern about the manner with which the occupants of the truck conducted themselves.
The truck and its occupants were moved to the office of the Taskforce in Oshodi for interrogation, according to the chairman of Lagos State Taskforce, Mr. Yinka Egbeyemi.

 He said the trailer was accosted in the wee hours of yesterday, after a security alert from the public. He said his team swiftly responded to the … >>> Read Full Story

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…Introduced jewelry business to me as a boy
By Morenike Taire and Ebunoluwa Sessou
Suave and urbane Managing Director of Primero Transport Company, Mr. Fola Tinubu, has come a long way in life.
In this interview, he is not only talking about his transportation business but he is taking us through the world of his constant believer, his mother, who against all odds believed that his rascality will not deter him from achieving his goals in life.

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The story of Fola Tinubu cannot be complete without letting us know the … >>> Read Full Story

Assam women on the citizen register : Just for Illustration
Almost two million people in the Indian state of Assam, in the north east, were left facing statelessness on Saturday after the state published a citizenship list aimed at weeding out “foreign infiltrators”.
A total of 31.1 million people were included in a National Register of Citizens (NRC), but 1.9 million were deemed ineligible, according to the Assam government. A large chunk of those excluded were expected to be Muslims.
Assam has long seen large influxes from elsewhere, including under British colonial rule and around Bangladesh’s 1971 war of independence when millions fled into India.… >>> Read Full Story


Charles  Ajunwa

The Chairman Senate Committee on Privatisation, Senator Theodore Orji, has asked a former Commissioner for Finance in Abia State, Ude Udeogo, to leave him out of his N7.2bn fraud case brought against him and a former governor of the state by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), in a Federal High Court in Lagos.   
Senator Orji in a statement signed by his Legislative/Media Aide, Chief Eddie Onuzuruike, said that Udeogo’s claim that “Theodore Orji, ex-gov Kalu’s Chief of Staff determined who gets what” was “desperate denial and blackmail”.

The statement partly read: “The above claims from Udeogu, the former director of … >>> Read Full Story

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By Moses Nosike
The first step on the journey of wellness is a balance in our diet which is achievable by evaluating and taking advantage of readily available and affordable nutrient fillers. Experts have recommended the regular consumption of fruits as a key ingredient to providing important nutrients for overall health and wellness.
Achieving the recommended goals of five fruit portion per day can be challenging and become hindered by availability, convenience, and affordability. This is what makes fruit juice a smart choice since it is a delicious and nutritious way to consume a range of exciting variants of whole fruits every day.

100% fruit … >>> Read Full Story

An illustration of a Hurricane. Hurricane Dorian expected to land in Florida Monday
In an update, the U.S. National Hurricane Centre called Dorian “an extremely dangerous category 4 hurricane” with maximum sustained winds close to 215 kilometres per hour.
The hurricane was projected to hit southern Florida’s eastern coast late on Monday or early Tuesday and then trudge northward through central Florida, crossing an area that is home to millions of people.
Some Florida residents were expected to begin experiencing tropical-storm-force winds as early as Sunday morning.
Brevard County, which is east of Orlando, issued mandatory evacuations “due to the uncertainty of the path of … >>> Read Full Story

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the release of 800 million naira for flood rehabilitation in Jama’are local government area of Bauchi State. The State Governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed who announced this while addressing people of the area at Jama’are River yesterday, said the funds was approved under the ecological project of the federal government.
The Governor requested the federal government to look into the possibility of providing Dam in Jama’are under its Water Resources Strategy as part of measures to avert reoccurrence of over flooding in the area. Senator Bala Mohammed therefore cautioned farmers in the area against farming in water ways in order … >>> Read Full Story