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British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation joins to laud Cassava importance to the Nation’s economic Growth.

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Abia State Legacy Projects (2)

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Protesters shut down ExxonMobil operations in Eket over N26.5B oil spill compensation

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Celebrating Nigeria @ 53, The Buckingham Style

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Nigeria’s Got Talent Abuja Auditions

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Abia partners MTN to provide free eye treatment for residents

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Abia State Legacy Projects

A collection of projects being carried out by the Abia state government.

10 nominees for The Future Awards [Africa Young Person of the Year 2013]

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AU officials, civil society groups protest African governments’ failure on health matters in Abuja

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Colorful UNIZIK cultural day celebration

It was a colourful day on Tuesday 25th June 2013 as the Students’ Union Government of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka organised the students cultural day. The event was part of the programmes initiated by the Students’ Union of the institution to mark the SUG week.

UNILAG Protest

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Lauching of Opon Imo

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Oil Theft: Nigerian Army hand over vessel, suspects to EFCC

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Children’s Day Celebration 2013 – In pictures

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EXCLUSIVE: Lagos socialites raise cancer funds in nude show

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Posh meets affordable: a case of African designs

Taye Taylor is a clothing brand with definitive style, the designer says. Advertisement

Keeping up with Lagos Dustbin Estate dwellers

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Good Friday in Nigeria 4

Good Friday in NIgeria

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FILE PHOTO: Voters casting their vote (3)

FCT Area Council elections in pictures

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Prof Wole Soyinka

Soyinka visits Osun Groove, scoops water for Brazilian worshippers

The Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, in a bid to unite worshippers of the world acclaimed Osun Osogbo Festival with the diaspora counterparts in the Caribbean, Friday, scooped the spiritual Osun River into a container with a view to transferring same to worshippers in Brazil. [nggallery id=48] Advertisement

Fire razes Oyo Monarch, Alaafin’s palace

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Ghana Presidential inaguration ceremony

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