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The Nation
The Nation Port Reforms conference holds today
ALL is set for today’s conference on Port Reforms being hosted by The Nation, in conjunction with the Federal Ministry of Transportation and Epsilon Limited.
Speakers at the conference, billed for 10am at the Civic Centre on Ozumba Mbadiwe, Victoria Island, Lagos, be suggesting h...
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The Nation
The Nation Port Reforms conference holds Thursday
HOW can port reforms be fast and efficient?
This and other related questions are to be answered on Thursday in Lagos – courtesy of The Nation, which, in conjunction with the Federal Ministry of Transport and Epsilon Limited, is hosting a conference on fast-tracking Port Reforms....
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The Nation
NUJ/Nation chapel launches sport equipment
The Nation’s National Union of Journalist (NUJ) will on Thursday launch its sport equipment and ‘Keep Fit Walk’.
Some of the indoor games equipment are; water proof tennis board, scrabble, draught, chess board, ludo and ayoo.
Other items to be launched include football, jersey an...
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The Punch
Poetic trip through forest of Nigerian history
In his new collection of poems titled Scented Offal, columnist and writer, Sam Omatseye, x-rays Nigeria’s political history, AKEEM LASISI reports
If Nigerian history and politics are a booty, the muse of columnist and creative writer, Sam Omatseye, can hardly get tired of feastin...
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The Nation
‘Writer’s block is an illusion’
In continuation of his nation-wide tour and public reading of his prose fiction, My Name is Okoro, basically focusing on the place of the minorities of the South-South during the Nigerian civil war of 1967 – 1970, Mr. Sam Omatseye, chairman of the editorial board of The Nation Ne...
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