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Mixed reactions as FG declares Amotekun illegal

by Leslie Jacks In the aftermath of the declaration by the Federal Government that the newly launched security outfit in Western Nigeria, Amotekun, is illegal, top personalities and other influential figures have continued to react to the development. Recall that in a statement signed by the Special Assistant on Media and Public Relations to the Attorney General

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IN GBAGADA: Court remands suspected killers of Moradehun in prison

by Oluwasaye Racheal An Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court has ordered that the five men, who allegedly stabbed Moradeun Balogun on her way from work at a bus stop in Gbagada, Lagos Mainland, be remanded in a correctional facility. The deceased was stabbed on her neck with a knife on December 2, 2019, at around 7:00pm when

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Lawyers calls for a vibrant and corruption-free Judiciary

by Whitney Omoh Some lawyers operating in Lagos has called for a more vibrant, bold and corruption-free judiciary in 2020 to facilitate justice administration across the state and the country. The lawyers in a session with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos said that 2020 should mark a positive transition from an era of delay in justice dispensation

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#Unilag: What we learnt as Twitter reacts to leaked Sex tape

by Paul Agada The ‘streets’ of Twitter was thrown into uproar following two sex tapes that hit the timelines, eliciting reactions from various users of the microblogging platform. It is alleged that one of the clips that emerged involved two students of the University of Lagos, Yaba, Lagos Mainland, although no evidence exists to back up such allegation. Information reaching us at

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LSETF partners Access Bank to launch LSETF-W Initiative

In furtherance of its commitment to driving equality through gender inclusion, the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF) in a partnership with Access Bank on Wednesday, September 4, 2019, launched the ‘LSETF W-INITIATIVE’ to provide funding for women entrepreneurs in Lagos State to achieve their growth objectives and create jobs for the youths.  The ‘LSETF

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