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World Taekwondo Federation changes name over ‘negative connotations’
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has changed its name to World Taekwondo because of what it called “negative connotations’’ associated with its initials. The News Agency of Nigeria (AN) reports that the organisation had used the previous name since it was established in 1973....
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50 days after, we must keep praying for President Buhari
Penultimate week, I promised to talk a bit about the pressures that have seen the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo grow greyer in the past couple of weeks. I have been wondering about the strain of handling the country and supervising the economy while President Muhammadu Buhari wh...
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Ibadan flood: Minister sympathises with govt, victims
Minister of Communication, Adebayo Shittu has expressed his heart-felt sympathy to the Government of Oyo State and the victims of the flood that ravaged Ibadan, the capital city of the state, after a downpour recently. The flood submerged several houses, destroyed several propert...
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Students display spelling skills as Lagos crowns 2017 winner
Zoffon Bukola, a 16-year old student of Awodi-Ora Senior Secondary School, Awodi-Ora in Ajeromi Local Government Area in Lagos State, has emerged winner of the 2017 senior secondary school Lagos State Spelling Bee competition supported by Dufil Prima Foods Plc. Bukola was adjudge...
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Opportunity redefined
Whoever says opportunities are limited really knows nothing about the definition of opportunity. Also, whoever sides in with the fact that opportunity is no longer in vogue has signed on lie of defeatism. Opportunities remain constant, inexhaustible and readily available. But how...
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Lagos State to add scrabble to schools’ curriculum
Adetona Odukomaiya, Technical Director of the Lagos State Scrabble Association, has said plans were underway to add scrabble to schools’ curriculum in the state. Odukomaiya told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the association had been working closely with the State Ministry...
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