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The Guardian Nigeria

Thursday 2 July 2015
The Guardian: News Feature

Waste Paper Rakes In Huge Profit  NECESSITY has led some creative people to seek solutions to the problems of packaging commodities like gift items, books, food, medicines and other light articles bought...

Aerial view of Oba Ovonramwen Square that houses the Museum at night EDO is pre-dominantly a civil service state, yet a lot of people still have the cash to hang out at nights, because a lot of Benin sons...

Music time at the Lagos Countdown DESPITE the security challenge in Lagos, most parts of the city still bubble at night with activities. The availability of social amenities such as, fairly good roads,...

Dry night in Osogbo IN Osun State, nightlife activities, including clubbing, parties, transportation and patronage at various relaxation centres across the state, which used to be common features and relevant...

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Ambode THE title of Ambode’s inaugural speech was Everyone Counts. He declared that he would “run an open government of inclusion that will not leave anyone behind” and he supported his words with...

Ishaku LIKE every other state of the federation that is now cap in hands seeking for financial assistance from the Federal Government, Taraba State is not left out of the queue, as both government and...

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Wike RIVERS State, which prides itself as the treasure base of the country, seems to be on a treacherous path due to its inability to promptly pay workers salaries and its proclivity for borrowing loans. When,...

Okowa BLAME it on politics, stupid! Rephrasing former Bill Clinton’s great quip, blame it on economy, stupid, is about the best way to describe the loss of cash and socio-economic traction in various...

Agbaje Opeyemi Agbaje is a strategy and business consultant, a former Head of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Business Environment at the Lagos Business School. In this interview with DAVID OGAH and TEMILOLUWA...

Okowa IT is like a well-kept state secret. Nobody in government talks about it. Former Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan and his commissioners were very tightlipped about it. The state of the indebtedness of...