Bill Clinton, James Patterson To Co-Publish Second Crime Thriller

  Former US president Bill Clinton will publish another crime novel, co-author James Patterson said Thursday, this time centered on the kidnapping of an American first daughter. The two-term Democratic leader co-wrote the thriller entitled “The President’s Daughter” with renowned author Patterson, the pair’s second book following 2018’s behind-the-scenes White House drama “The President is … Continue reading Bill Clinton, James Patterson To Co-Publish Second Crime Thriller

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Ayade Weeps Over Tax Burden On Low-Income Earners, Grants Tax Exemption

  Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade, burst into tears on Thursday as he decried the tax burden on low-income earners in the state. “This is not Ben Ayade, this is not my nature,” the Governor said. “I am not wired for this insensitivity to a weaker person. I never knew that five years into … Continue reading Ayade Weeps Over Tax Burden On Low-Income Earners, Grants Tax Exemption

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Lagos Inaugurates Post-COVID-19 Review Committee For Tourism, Entertainment Industry

  The Lagos State Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has inaugurated members of the Lagos State post-COVID-19 Pandemic Review Committee. The six-man committee chaired by Mrs. Joke Silva, MFR, is expected to draw out suggestions and recommendations on how to re-activate the State creative industry, which has remained dormant as a result of the … Continue reading Lagos Inaugurates Post-COVID-19 Review Committee For Tourism, Entertainment Industry

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Seyi Makinde Distributes Palliatives To Poor Ibadan Residents

  Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, on Thursday distributed palliatives to the poor in Ibadan metropolis. The governor said the effort was in continuation of the distribution of palliatives to 90,000 households earlier kick-started in Ibarapa zone. He visited poor households in Oke Ado, Foko, Oja-Oba and Oranyan areas in Ibadan and promised that his … Continue reading Seyi Makinde Distributes Palliatives To Poor Ibadan Residents

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US Warns China Against Destabilising Hong Kong

  The United States on Thursday urged China to respect Hong Kong’s autonomy, warning that its proposed national security law for the city would be “highly destabilizing” and face global opposition. “Any effort to impose national security legislation that does not reflect the will of the people of Hong Kong would be highly destabilizing, and … Continue reading US Warns China Against Destabilising Hong Kong

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FG, States To Work Together On Forthcoming Economic Stability Plan

  Members of the National Economic Council rose from their first virtual meeting today with a resolution to ensure a more effective synergy between the Federal Government and the sub-nationals especially in matters related to the fallouts of the COVID-19 pandemic, including how to effectively and efficiently reopen the Nigerian economy after the lockdowns and … Continue reading FG, States To Work Together On Forthcoming Economic Stability Plan

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COVID-19: Manchester United Loses £28m To Pandemic

  The coronavirus pandemic has cost Manchester United with the figure expected to rise, according to a statement by the Premier League giants on Thursday. The club revealed this in their third-quarter results ending 31 March 2020 with the side’s Chief financial officer, Cliff Baty, explaining that they will return £20m in television revenue even … Continue reading COVID-19: Manchester United Loses £28m To Pandemic

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UK’s Cambridge University Moves Lectures Online Until Next Year

  Cambridge University will have no face-to-face lectures until summer 2021 at the earliest in response to the coronavirus pandemic, a spokesman confirmed on Wednesday. Cambridge is the first UK university to set out its plans for the coming academic year starting in September. “The university is constantly adapting to changing advice as it emerges during the … Continue reading UK’s Cambridge University Moves Lectures Online Until Next Year

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COVID-19 Cases: Lagos Has Not Reached Its Peak Yet – Abayomi

   The Lagos State government has asked residents to continue to comply with the measures put in place to flatten the curve of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state. Despite the increasing figures of COVID-19 reported recently, the Commissioner for Health in Lagos, Professor Akin Abayomi, believes the state has yet to reach its peak. … Continue reading COVID-19 Cases: Lagos Has Not Reached Its Peak Yet – Abayomi

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Buhari Signs Amendment To Executive Order On Voluntary Assets Regularization Scheme

  President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the Executive Order 008 on Voluntary Offshore Assets Regularization Scheme (VOARS) 0ctober 2018. As a result of stakeholders input and need to strengthen implementation mechanisms and structures, the Order was reviewed. Consequently, the Amendment to Executive Order 2008 was signed on 20th May, 2020 by President Buhari. This is … Continue reading Buhari Signs Amendment To Executive Order On Voluntary Assets Regularization Scheme

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