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Oladapo Okeowo

Oladapo Okeowo is an OAU alumnus with over half a decade publishing experience. He lives in Lagos and can be found where the coffee is black, the book is enthralling, the movie is popping and Arsenal is playing. Dapo was an Assistant Editor at Concise News.

Court Rejects Moro’s Request To Travel Abroad For Medical Appointment

Court Rejects Moro’s Request To Travel Abroad For Medical Appointment

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has rejected the application by Abba Moro, former Interior Minister, to travel abroad for a medical appointment.

Jibrin Urges Supreme Court To Clarify Powers Of The National Assembly

Jibrin Urges Supreme Court To Clarify Powers Of The National Assembly

Honourable Abdulmumin Jibrin (Kano/Kiru/Bebeji) has revealed that the bane of Nigeria's existence is corruption which, according to him, has eaten deeply into the fabric of the nation.

President To Approve 29-man Minimum Wage Committee

President To Approve 29-man Minimum Wage Committee

A 29-man committee would soon be approved by President Muhammadu Buhari, says the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige.

Nigerian Lawmakers Meet With Mbeki To Discuss Xenophobic Attacks

Nigerian Lawmakers Meet With Mbeki To Discuss Xenophobic Attacks

As part of efforts to quell the xenophobic uprisings in South Africa, members of Nigeria’s House of Representatives have met with former President Thabo Mbeki.

Tensions Show As Trump, Merkel Meet For First Time

Tensions Show As Trump, Merkel Meet For First Time

Stark differences between President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on everything from trade to immigration were in full view during an icy first meeting at the White House.

NANS Demands Prosecution Of Ekiti Revenue Officials Complicit In Students’ Murder

NANS Demands Prosecution Of Ekiti Revenue Officials Complicit In Students’ Murder

The Ekiti state government has been handed a seven-day ultimatum to bring forward the IRS officials who allegedly killed two students of EKSU.

House Of Representatives Probes Customs Boss

House Of Representatives Probes Customs Boss

The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Colonel Hameed Ali (rtd), is under probe after the acceptance of such a motion on the floor of the House of Representatives.

Uriel Of Big Brother Naija Says She Is Dyslexic

Uriel Of Big Brother Naija Says She Is Dyslexic

Former Big Brother Naija Housemate, Uriel Oputa, has disclosed that she is suffering from Dyslexia.

You Cannot Banish Herdsmen – Police Commissioner Tells Ortom

You Cannot Banish Herdsmen – Police Commissioner Tells Ortom

The Benue State Commissioner of Police, Bashir Makama, has stated that no one has the right to banish Fulani herdsmen from any state.

Dangote To Build N217bn Sugar Plantation In Nasarawa

Dangote To Build N217bn Sugar Plantation In Nasarawa

The Dangote Group of Companies says it plans to invest N217 billion in the establishment of a sugar plantation in Nasarawa State, north-central Nigeria.

Corrupt Traditional Titleholders Must Be Stripped Of Titles- Buhari

Corrupt Traditional Titleholders Must Be Stripped Of Titles- Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said any traditional title holder found guilty of corrupt practices immediately forfeits his traditional title.

NCC Develops National Numbering Plan For Telephone Networks

NCC Develops National Numbering Plan For Telephone Networks

The NCC says it has developed National Numbering Plan (NNP) to set up uniform numbering scheme for easy calls to subscribers and operators.

Charges Against Sambo Dasuki Can’t Be Merged, Says Court

Charges Against Sambo Dasuki Can’t Be Merged, Says Court

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has refused the request by the former NSA, Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd) to merge the two sets of charges against him.