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    Adire designer, Ifebuche Madu unveils her mission to protect African textile

    Fashion entrepreneur and renowned Adire designer, Ifebuche Madu has said women should be encouraged to raise their hands at any given opportunity. Madu made this known in an interview with Guardian Newspaper where she talked about how she was poised in bringing her vision to light and her strong determination to protect the legacies of African textile. A Fine Arts…

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    Impacts of 180 years of Anglican Church in Nigeria

    By Olutayo Adesina Preamble: I thank God Almighty for this momentous occasion and for Life. All praise and adoration to His name. His name be exalted forever. Amen. I wish to sincerely thank the Primate of All Nigeria, the Most Rev’d Dr Henry C. Ndukuba, for inviting me to be part of the 180th anniversary of Christianity and of the…

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    Independence verdict: Nigeria in monumental leadership failure, 62 years after

    Nigeria gained independence 62 years ago and will celebrate the day on Saturday, 1st October. WesternPost Correspondent, Mosunmola Ayobami samples the opinion of Nigerians across various walks of life. Their verdict is that there is nothing to celebrate as leadership failure has continued to haunt the country and stunted her growth and development. Damilola Adebayo -Student Very soon, Nigeria will…

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    How Ponzi fraudsters are fleecing Nigerians of their billions

    In this report, WesternPost looks at how Nigerians have lost their hard-earned money to scammers who pose as investors, fleecing people of their assets “One-Month Freezing of Confirmed Mavros “Dear members! “As usual, in the New Year season the System is experiencing heavy workload. Moreover, it has to deal with the constant frenzy provoked by the authorities in the mass…

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    TRIBUTE: Life, times of late Alaafin of Oyo, Lamidi Adeyemi

    The world woke up to the sad news of the death of Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III on Saturday after living for 83 years.  The late monarch was said to have died at the Afe Babalola University Teaching Hospital, Ado Ekiti, late on Friday after a brief illness.  He was the longest serving Alaafin. Birth and early life…

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    With Google subsea cable, Nigeria’s abolitionist, Olaudah Equiano, returns home 225 years after

    Having a child who has been away from home for a very long time make a return home definitely calls for great celebration, and such was the great joy when Olaudah Equiano made his ways back into the shores of the country 225 years after leaving in a most painful manner. Though not via a physical entry, Equiano made a…

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    Is Nigeria finally winning the war against terrorism?

    IN THIS REPORT TOSIN OLUWALOWO REVIEWS THE CURRENT SECURITY SITUATION IN NIGERIA IN THE LIGHT OF THE RECENT REPORT BY GLOBAL TERRORISM INDEX In December 2012, Institute for Economics and Peace launched its publications of the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) to study the trends in terrorism around the world, and to rank nations according to their terrorist activity. The GTI…

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    Ondo, only South West state without foreign direct investment in 2021

    Ondo State is the only state in the South West without a Foreign Direct Investment, Western Post reports. This was contained in a recent National Capital Importation report released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). According to the report, Lagos tops the states with the highest FDI in the South West and in the country with $5.8bn. Lagos is…

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    Extortion, confusion trail N800 levy on commercial bus drivers in Lagos

    Wasiu is a commercial bus driver plying the Oshodi to Sango route. Since the Lagos State Government introduced the N800 daily levy on commercial transporters February 1, waking up to go to work has become a burden. Wasiu, before the introduction of the levy, took his job very seriously because that is where he earned income to take care of…

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    Ibule Soro community where birth of albino, whistling are forbidden

    Temitope Adedeji, Akure The South West region of NIgeria is endowed with different cultures and traditions. These cultures and traditions are well respected, adored and held sacrosanct by the people. It is also admitted that anyone who runs foul of such tradition or belief of a certain community would not go unpunished naturally.  This is the case of Ibule Soro,…

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