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On the 20th of September the Independent National Electoral Commission will publish the final list of candidates for Presidential, Senate and House of Representatives seats for 2023 election.
The Chairman of the Electoral body, Professor Mahmood Yakubu said this at an ‘Expert Meeting on Conducting Elections in a Volatile Security Environment’ in Abuja.
He said publication of the final list is in line with Section 32 subsection 1 of the Electoral act.
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The British Deputy High Commission in Lagos, Nigeria, Ben Llewellyn-Jones says Britain is not interested in the name of Nigerian next leader, but on the process, character and policies of the would be leader.
Mr Llewellyn-Jones said this at the Leadership Summit 2022 of the House On The Rock, Lekki.
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We are telling you that Ahmed Halilu is now the substantive Managing Director of Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Company.
Before getting the President’s nod of approval, Halilu has been in acting capacity since May 16.
Halilu was the Executive Director, Corporate Services of NSPMC before he started acting as Managing Director.
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Plans are on for setting up of a tertiary education trust fund that will sustain Lagos state universities.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu revealed this at the Handing-Over Ceremony of the Report of the Visitation Panel on Lagos State University.
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The Copyright Society of Nigeria is calling on Nigerian creatives, musicians and artistes to intensify efforts in promoting national peace and unity through their works.
Chairman of COSON, Tony Okoroji made the call to celebrate “No Music Day”, yesterday in Lagos.
“No Music Day '' is a day the music industry in Nigeria dedicates annually to bring the attention of the nation to the widespread infringement of the rights of songwriters, composers, performers, music publishers and other stakeholders in the music industry.