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Who is against MMM? By Ayodeji Kehinde

‎ In a world as cruel and competitive as this, with an unthinkable gap between the rich and the poor, one cannot but subscribe to the saying of the famous philosopher and economist Karl Marx, that “it is never in the agenda of the oppressor to liberate the oppressed”. In the light

Ex- Man United boss van Gaal retires

Ex-Manchester United and Netherlands boss, Louis van Gaal, said he has retired from coaching after a 26-year career.Van Gaal, 65, has been out of work since being sacked by United hours after winning the FA Cup in May 2016, the BBC reports.“I thought maybe I would stop, then I thought

Joel Matip: Liverpool defender could miss six more games

Liverpool could be without defender Joel Matip for a further six games because of confusion over availability. Matip 'refused to play' for Cameroon after being named in the preliminary squad for the Africa Cup of Nations.The 25-year-old, who has made 14 Reds appearances this season, last played for Cameroon in September

NLNG floods Lagos with 13,000 tonnes of cooking gas

• NNPC, Sahara Energy tackle shortage with vesselsThe Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) said it has started the supply of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), commonly called cooking, to Lagos to ease its shortage and attendant high prices.The firm in a statement endorsed by its General Manager, External Relations, Kudo

Dangote eyes 3,000 jobs with truck assembly plant

Aliko Dangote, Nigerian entrepreneur, aims to create 3,000 jobs with the establishment of a truck assembly plant in Ikeja, Lagos.The plant is the result of a partnership between the Dangote group and Sinotruck, a Chinese heavy-duty truck company.“The decision to go into the truck assembly plant project was informed by

No bomb in Agege, says Lagos Govt

•‘Suspects aiding investigation into killers of LASTMA Commander’The Lagos State Government yesterday allayed the fears of residents on a substance suspected to be Improvised Explosive Device (IED), which was allegedly dropped in a manhole in a street in Agege. It said that there was no cause for alarm. The development forced

Court rejects Jammeh’s request to stop inauguration

Gambia Supreme Court yesterday declined to stop Thursday’s inauguration of President-elect Adama Barrow. The Supreme Court ruling followed a petition by President Yahya Jammeh, seeking an injunction aimed at blocking Barrow’s swearing in. Jammeh’s constitutional term in office is expected to end on Wednesday after he lost to businessman Barrow, in the December 1, 2016 poll. Although

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