Ex-student of Dowen college reveals other bullying and oppressions


He had looked forward with great expectation to celebrating  his 12 years  birthday, come December 4,2021,  with his friends in school. Unfortunately, when the day came, it was  portraits and memories of him that were ‘celebrated’, in grief, by his  parents , siblings and loved ones in Warri, Delta State. Perhaps ,  the reverse would have been the case had late Sylvester Oromoni , not been a victim of bullying. Before he passed on, he narrated, amidst  excruciating pains, how he was beaten by some senior students of Dowen  College,…

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Orijinalfujiisart: Digital art exhibition by Bidemi Tata


Fuji: An Opera held a digital artist exhibition by 24-year-old Bidemi Tata at Untitled, Maitama Sule, Ikoyi on Sunday, 5th December, 2021. The OrijinalFujiIsArt VIP preview had in attendance, a cross section of art and music enthusiasts, music journalists, Fuji aficionados, pop culture researchers and trill seekers. Bidemi Tata while giving the commencement speech expressed his long fascination with the Fuji music genre, the potency of its untapped ingenuities, and the hidden sophistication of the Fuji music sub-genre as some of the inspiration for the exhibit.  He refers to Fuji…

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Shares gains on financial services revive Nigerian stocks


Nigerian stocks bounced back on Friday as the benchmark index ticked up by 0.47 per cent on the back of huge investors’ demand for financial services stocks but the gain was too little to erase the loss the market recorded at the previous session. Driving the gain were Seplat, FBN Holdings, NGX Group, ETI, Zenith and GTCO. Despite the climb, the volume of shares trade dropped by 6 per cent while the total value of transactions fell by as much as 34 per cent. Details came to light Friday morning…

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Trent Alexander-Arnold of Liverpool wins best player of the month for the second time


Liverpool FC right-back, Trent Alexander-Arnold, has been named the Premier League’s Player of the Month for November. This is due to his recent form part of which had him contribute one goal – a pinpoint free-kick away at West Ham United – and four assists to help Liverpool continue a strong push at the top of the table. Alexander-Arnold, who played every minute of the Reds’ three top-flight games, also aided the securing of two clean sheets. He won the prize from a shortlist that also included teammate Diogo Jota,…

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NURTW says removal of trucks and trailers along Abuja-Kaduna highway would reduce road insecurities


FG to evacuate all trucks, trailers parked along Abuja-Kaduna-Kano Highway The Federal Ministry of Works and Housing says it will evacuate trucks and trailers from the Abuja-Kaduna-Kano highway to ease congestion on the road. Folorunsho Esan, Chairman, Inter-Ministerial Committee for Evacuation of Trucks and Trailers Along the Right of Ways, disclosed this during an inspection tour along the road on Friday. Mr Esan, who is also the Director, Highways, Construction and Rehabilitation, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, said the ministry would provide a temporary park at Tafa, along Kaduna…

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Spiritual leaders laments over the worsening insecurity situation in Sokoto state


Dr Moses Auta, a former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kachia Local Government Area of Kaduna State, has said President Muhammadu Buhari values his cows than the lives of Nigerians. He also blamed the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for not doing enough to curtail the killings and kidnapping of innocent souls across the country. “Just imagine, 42 precious human beings were roasted in Sokoto by bandits hours after the incident, the president visited Lagos where he inaugurated some vessels exclusively built by Nigerian Navy…

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Buhari administration turned Nigeria to a laughing stock with two recessions and 40 million unemployed youths, PDP blames APC ruling


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said President Muhammadu Buhari’s government has reduced Nigeria to a laughing stock in the comity of nations. The PDP blamed the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for turning the country to the poverty headquarters of the world with two recessions and 40 million jobless youths. It also lamented that the sovereignty of Nigeria was being shared with the Boko Haram terrorists and the Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) fighters. The PDP National Chairman, Senator Iyorchia Ayu, stated these, adding that “the only…

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