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Fire razes building, shops in Calabar


Fire razed six houses and four shops on Eyo Edem Street near Watt market in Calabar South Local Government Area of Cross River State in the early hours of Tuesday. Eyewitnesses said the fire broke out around 2:30 am on Tuesday. The cause of the fire could not be ascertained as at the time of filing this report. One of ...

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Where is the best resort center you ever visited located?

resort center

Creating a balance between work time and relaxation time sometimes seem quiet tedious; most especially for the workaholics amongst us. That’s why visiting a resort center once in a while helps us to unwind and relax. Vacationing on a regular basis will do amazing things for your health and your mind. However, we know that everyday life can get in ...

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10 Romantic Getaways in Nigeria For Valentine’s Day

Romantic getaway

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to whisk your loved one away on an enchanting break (possibly without the kids) in a lush, serene and cosy hideout. Well, if you can’t afford to go through visa application process or travel abroad, fear not! Here are 10 romantic getaways in Nigeria offering incredibly romantic packages that are worth every ounce of ...

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Top 7 Most Hospitable African Cities

most hospitable African cities

Hospitality has no other nature than love in Africa. Africans practice all forms of hospitality by going the extra mile to make their guests feel welcome or feel at home. This article showcases the top 7 most hospitable African cities There are many hospitable cities in Africa, which are welcoming and open to everyone; association is very informal and they ...

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Dangote Noodles Sell Plants to Rivals

Dangote noodles

A unit of Dangote Flour Mills, Dangote Noodles Limited, has sold two production lines to rival pasta maker, De United Foods Industries, for N3.75bn ($12.26m), the company said on yesterday. De United said it had signed an agreement with the firm to buy plants at its Ikorodu and Calabar factories. It will also buy stock worth N383.94m, according to a statement from ...

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The Travails of a Lagos Tenant

Tenant in Lagos

Getting an accommodation in the city of excellence is never a walk in the park. In most cases a tenant in Lagos does pass through thick and thin to find shelter because of the competitive nature of the city which is the fastest growing city in Africa, with a population of over 21 million people. In this piece, Solomon Izuagie,a ...

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Why You Should Enjoy Living And Working In Lagos


Lagos may be the most populated city in Nigeria but it is also the most economically viable city in West Africa and one of the best places to live on the African continent. This article explains why you should live and work in Lagos. I have a couple of friends who swore never to live in Lagos while we were ...

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We need N100 billion to repair Apapa Road – Fashola

Fashola chides estate valuers over property pricing

“The sum of N100 billion is needed to construct the Apapa Road in Lagos state, Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola says. Fashola disclosed this via a statement released by his media aide, Hakeem Bello on Sunday, May 21. “I just want to appeal to residents of Apapa and to people whose livelihood depends on Apapa, that Apapa ...

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Experts Hail FG’s 10% Funding For NHF Contributors

buy houses

According to Leadership, experts in the real estate sector have commended the federal government for accepting to provide 10 percent funding for the National Housing Fund, NHF contributors seeking loans of N5million and below. They have also urged the federal government to empower mortgage institutions to carry out their statutory responsibility The acting managing director of the Federal Mortgage Bank ...

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UNICAL to Establish 10-Hectare Oil Palm Plantation – VC

UNICAL To Establish 10-Hectare Oil Palm Plantation – VC

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Calabar, Prof. Zanna Akpagu, has made it known that the University is planning to establish a 10-hectre oil palm plantation to increase its internally generated revenue (IGR). New Telegraph reports that he said following the drop in allocation to tertiary institutions in the country, it was necessary that universities look inward to ensure that academic ...

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