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#SexForGrades: Unilag’s “Cold Room” Shutdown

Unilag’s “Cold Room” shutdown and randy lecturer, Igbeneghu suspended. The authority of the University of Lagos has shutdown the ‘Cold Room’, where it has been reported lecturers sexually assault the university’s students. This is according to a statement released on Monday evening by the Principal Assistant Registrar (Communication Unit) of the university, Taiwo Oloyede. Read …

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Boniface Igbeneghu, sex for grade lecturer and pastor

#SexForGrades Unilag lecturer caught on camera by BBC

Unilag lecturer caught on camera sexually harassing admission seeker, Premium Times reports. A lecturer at the University of Lagos has been caught on video camera making sexual demands on an admission seeker to the university. Watch the full video at the of the article. The video release is part of a broader investigation conducted by …

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ASUU splits, parrallel body, CONUA emerges

Reports emerging online indicates there has been a split in Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). A new group, Congress of University Academics (CONUA), has reportedly been formed by some university lecturers who broke away from ASUU. Dr Niyi Ismaheel, the National Coordinator of the new group, told newsmen that the lecturers decided to form …

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Ex-Bauchi gov sold ₦150m SUV to self for ₦7.8m

The Bauchi State Government Funds and Assets Recovery Committee has alleged that the immediate past governor, Mohammed Abubakar, sold to himself seven luxury government vehicles for  N19,877,275 shortly before leaving the office. The state governor, Senator Bala Mohammed, had inaugurated the committee on July 12, 2019, with the mandate to recover all government funds and …

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Constituency projects: our findings will shock Nigerians – ICPC

Constituency projects findings will shock Nigerians, the Nation reports. THE Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), which is currently probing constituency projects executed by National Assembly members across the nation, hinted On Saturday that its findings would shock Nigerians. The commission said its investigation has already exposed some shady deals. The ICPC …

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Full Text of Independence Day Speech By President Muhammadu Buhari

INDEPENDENCE DAY SPEECH BY HIS EXCELLENCY MUHAMMADU BUHARI PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ON THEOCCASION OF THE 59TH INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY 1st OCTOBER, 2019 DEAR Compatriots, October 1 of each year is an opportunity for us to reflect and thank God for his endless blessings on our country. It is also a time for …

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Professor Yemi Osinbajo at Nigeria's 59th independence church service

It will be Nigeria’s 59th Independence Day in two days – PYO

Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibajo’s message at the Nigeria’s 59th independence day interdenominational church service held in Abuja on Sunday September 29, 2019. “It will be Nigeria’s 59th Independence Day in two days. “And what a journey it has been. “The Almighty God is the builder of nations and the Bible tells us that he …

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Do you support the proposed VAT increase in Nigeria?

Do you support the proposed VAT increase in Nigeria? The Federal Government over the years has been clamouring for the increase of the VAT rate. Arguing among other reasons that Nigeria’s rate is among the lowest in Africa. According to KPMG and others, those arguments do not acknowledge the difference in VAT administration between other …

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