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Court Lifts Ex Parte Orders On Aeroland Travels, Others

The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos State has discharged ex parte orders it made against Aeroland Travels and other properties said to belong to a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Segun Adewale

Court orders Lagos govt, others to stop construction at Lekki

The trial judge, Justice Olukayode Ogunjobi ordered that all construction works in the disputed land measuring about 101.673 Hectares should be stopped and the defence should appear before it and shows why it should not grant all reliefs sought by the claimants.

Finance Minister Calls For Regulatory Framework For Insurtech Companies

She also advocated for disruptive technologies like mobile technology, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, blockchain, data analytics and internet of things in driving and supporting its business.

Gunmen kill 7, attack police station, set vehicles ablaze in Anambra

Among those that were killed include: a mother and four of her children at Isulo, Orumba North local government area of the state.

NASS should invite Buhari – Oby Ezekwesili on beheading of Anambra lawmaker

Ezekwesili made the call in response to the beheading of a member of the Anambra State House of Assembly, Okechukwu Okoye by unknown gunmen.

INEC voter registration stalls at 29% one month to deadline

According to INEC, as of May 16, 9,238,991 fresh registrants had registered online but of this figure, only 5,845,751 had completed the physical registration process.

FG makes health insurance compulsory for employers

This development came when the Federal Government noted that only states with established health insurance schemes and contributory schemes would benefit from the Basic Healthcare Provision Fund.

Ondo Amotekun nabs 4,000 suspects, says crime reducing

The agency said the suspects, involved in various criminal activities, including kidnapping, armed robbery, human trafficking, and illegal possession of firearms, among others, were arrested between January and May.
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