Ex Beauty Queen Wanda Monye Launches Fashion Brand

By Ebriku John Friday Ex beauty Queen and Founder, Candle Lighters Foundation, Wanda Monye has just launched her fashion brand called Wanda Style Station and now introducing her brand to the Nigerian market. Former House of Assembly Aspirant and Nollywood Actress, Wanda Monye started up in the fashion business in 2014 when she attended her first fashion school. The Wanda Style Station was created for the urban woman with a social lifestyle. We are sure to see printed fabrics, bold colours, 3D designed petals, structural pieces and simplistic fine lines…

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Yoruba youths hail nomination of former service chiefs as worthy ambassadors, call for speedy confirmation

Some youths from the South-West region have welcomed President Muhammadu Buhari’s nomination of the immediate past service chiefs as non-career ambassadors-designate. Describing them as “worthy ambassadors”, the group under the aegis of Congress of Progressive Yoruba Youths (CPYY) called on the National Assembly to speedily confirm their nomination.  The Yoruba youths made these known on Friday at a press conference in Lagos.  In a statement signed by its leader, Comrade Kolawole Salau and titled: “Ex-Service Chiefs are truly Nigeria’s Ambassadors; a reward for excellence and meritorious service”, the group extolled the virtues…

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Power Minister Harps On Developing Local Content, Employment Opportunities As NAPTIN Graduates 91

By Ebriku John Friday The National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN) has turned out 91 trained and competent power sector engineers through its Graduate Skills Development Programme designed to build capacity for efficiency in the power sector. Performing the graduation ceremony in Abuja through virtual presentation, the minister of State Power Goddy Jedy Agba said the institute is implementing President Muhammadu Buhari’s power sector reforms which includes developing local content engineers that are trained to become entrepreneurs to which employment opportunities are created for the Nigerian youths. The minister…

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CALSER exonerates Army, Buratai, says no record of execution of six Igbo soldiers

The Centre for African Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights (CALSER) has rubbished reports of extra-judicial killing of six Igbo personnel in the Nigerian Army levelled against immediate past Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai (rtd).  The centre said the allegations of ethnic cleansing in the Army was not only false but an agenda by the Eastern Nigeria’s Rights and Intelligentsia Coalition to cast aspersion on the personality of Buratai while sparking an ethnic and religious conflict in the country.  CALSER made this revelation in a detailed investigative report signed by its…

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