Adekunle Osibogun Foundation Commences PVC Collection Campaign in Ogun

A non-profit group, the Adekunle Osibogun Foundation (AOF) has commenced a sensitization campaign across the nook and crannies of Ogun State on the needs for the residents of the state to register and collect their Permanent Voters Card to eliminate political apathy and encourage political participation amongst the citizenry in the upcoming 2019 General Elections. In a statement signed by its Founder, Adekunle Osibogun, a copy of which was made available to our correspondent in Abeokuta on Monday, the Foundation said the essence of the sensitisation campaign is to engage…

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EDMARK Unveils Multi billion Naira International Wellness Centre In Lagos

…Rewards Top Distributors With Car Gifts   With pomp and pageantry, EDMARK International, a multinational health and life style firm with headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, recently unveiled a state of the art international centre aimed at combating the menace of obesity in Nigeria. Also at the event, the Firm presented a new product named “Edge2” which help to burn fat in the body, to the public. Three of the firm’s top distributors were also rewarded with brand new SUVs and cash gift worth millions of naira. The event which…

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2019: Fund Raising Platform, GoFundMe suspends Omoyele Sowore’s campaign to raise $2million

The 2019 ambition of Omoyele Sowore suffered setback on Wednesday after GoFundMe suspended his bid to raise $2 million towards his ‘Take Back Nigeria Movement’. The Sahara Reporters publisher told PREMIUM TIMES Wednesday night that he could not immediately say why the crowdfunding platform suspended his account, but said he would not be discouraged. “I woke up this morning and got an e-mail saying saying they’ve suspended the campaign,” Mr. Sowore said. Previously, he had been asked to provide further details about the purpose of the fundraiser by GoFundMe, which…

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Ambode Bows, Slashes Land Use Charge Rates, Waives Late Penalty Fee

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode-led Lagos state government on Thursday announced a major reduction in the Land Use rates and as well waived the penalty for late payments across board. Commissioner for Finance, Mr Akinyemi Ashade, who disclosed this while addressing a press briefing at the Bagauda Kaltho Press Centre in Alausa on the outcome of dialogue with stakeholders, said the rates payable on commercial properties have been reduced by 50 per cent in response to the demands of the people. He said the government has also reduced the charges for owner-occupier…

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