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Jim Ovia: Garlands to ‘grandfather of banking’ @ 68


THOUGH of noble birth, Mr. Jim Ovia, the pioneer managing director of Zenith Bank Plc and current chairman of its board realized early in life that having blue blood in his veins wasn’t enough ticket to guarantee stardom in one’s chosen endeavor and opted for the narrow path.

It’s not been easy taking care of triplets, Nigerians should assist me – 30 yr-old Chioma cries out

Mrs. Chioma Julian Okafor is a 30-year-old woman who recently gave birth to triplets in one of the government hospitals in Lagos. Julina is also a graduate of Entrepreneurship Study from Anambra State University.


President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Nigeria from his four-day visit to the Russian Republic extremely happy with the success of the visit, which outcome is the best response to a few skeptical audiences back home, including a toxic newspaper editorial, “Buhari, Stay On Your Job,” by the Lagos-based Punch Newspaper asking him  not to travel.

Globacom @16: Kudos as mgt unveils innovations


With the latest Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC statistics, crediting it with over 46.5million subscribers out of 174 million telecommunications consumers in the country and more than 3,500 employees, many will surely marvel at the phenomenal growth of Globacom Limited since its formal launch on August 29, 2003.

Lagos clarifies payment of N35,000 minimum wage


As a result of incessant pipelines vandalism in some parts of Lagos suburbs, scores of protesters from Ijegun in Igando-Ikotun Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Alimosho, Lagos State had recently staged a peacful protest to the Seat of power, Alausa, appealing to the State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu to rescue the area from destruction.

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