A new license agreement will significantly increase the availability of UMG’s African and international repertoire to music lovers across Africa; New markets include South Africa, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Cameroon and Senegal; with the UMG catalog now widely available in French-speaking territories for the first time. Boomplay (www.Boomplay.com), Africa’s premier music streaming and download service and Universal Music Group (UMG), the global leader in music entertainment, today announced a historic new license agreement that will extend the license of the global UMG group. catalog of music from 7 to 47 countries across the African continent, as part of an extended relationship that will benefit African musicians and talent and expand the listening experience of Boomplay users across Africa. In 2018, UMG became the first major global music company to license the service, which has continued to increase its reach and influence across Africa in recent years. Boomplay’s catalog currently has over […]
Officers of the Lagos State Police Command rescues a day old baby abandoned by her parents in Oko Oba environs of the city. According to reports, a good Samaritan called the police operatives attached to the Abattoir Division of the command on... Read Full Story
As part of measures to curb the chaotic Apapa traffic, the Nigerian Shippers Council, NSC) has hinted that plans are underway to get about 50 percent of all cargos from the Lagos Ports to be evacuated by rail.
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By Idowu Gabriel A group of members of the Ado-Ekiti Ekiti United Football Club team were involved in a minor accident on Tuesday. Club media official Quozeem Oladapo, in a statement Tuesday night to Ado-Ekiti, revealed that the crash occurred as the players returned to Ado-Ekiti from Ikere-Ekiti. They were coming back from their evening workout. According to the statement, there were no injuries as all occupants of the vehicle were safe. “But some of them were injured to varying degrees,” he said. Oladapo added that the vehicle had been on the road for several hours in recent days with two away matches in Lagos and Ilorin. “After traveling to Lagos on 8 March for the midweek clash with Vandrezzer FC on Wednesday, the team returned to Ado-Ekiti on Thursday evening. “The team also started the trip to Ilorin on Friday morning for Saturday’s clash with Osun United. “The vehicle […]
The Lagos State Judicial Panel on Restitution for victims of SARS and other related matters has summoned three management staff of Techno oil. Those summoned are the Group Managing Director, Nkechi Obi, Anthony Onyeama and Godfrey Okigbo. The Chairman of the panel, Justice Doris Okuwobi gave approval for a subpoena summoning the three based … Continue reading #EndSARS: Lagos Panel Summons Three Directors Of Techno Oil Read Full Story
The Commissioner of Police (CP), Lagos State, Mr Hakeem Odumosu, has condemned and described the viral video, where two policemen were attacked and alleged to have stolen mobile phones, as false.
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The Lagos State Government has released a list of 88 centres where residents of the state can take the AstraZeneca COVID19 vaccine. The 88 centres cut across all 20 Local...
The Lagos State government on Tuesday listed 88 healthcare facilities across the state where residents can take the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines. These centres, which include military and police hospitals, have been selected to provide vaccination across the 20 Local Government Areas of the state. The government stated that vaccination can only be obtained at … Continue reading COVID-19 Vaccination: 88 Facilities Accredited By Lagos Govt Read Full Story
The Lagos State government has identified 88 healthcare facilities across the state where residents can go to take the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines. These centres, which include military and police hospitals, have been selected to provide vaccination across the 20 Local Government Areas, the Commissioner for Health in Lagos, Professor Akin Abayomi, said in a … Continue reading Lagos Govt Lists 88 Facilities For COVID-19 Vaccination Read Full Story
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Kwik Delivery (www.Kwik.delivery) today announced that it has officially made its revolutionary Just-In-Time delivery service available to businesses, government agencies and merchants in Abuja. Kwik Delivery offers 1 hour delivery via its fleet of bicycle delivery partners and also provides access to a multitude of reliable, efficient and reliable 4-wheel vehicles. “As the political center of Nigeria, Abuja is in high demand for fast and efficient delivery of goods and services,” says Yinka OLAYANJU, co-founder and COO of Kwik Delivery. “Whether you run the office of the Permanent Secretary or the cabinet of a leading financial institution or a leading multinational, you need to make sure your documents and packages are delivered quickly in FCT.” Using the Kwik Delivery app (https://bit.ly/30KGpd6), customers can request a delivery vehicle and track their shipment in real time. Kwik Delivery checks vehicles and drivers and guarantees a constant quality of service. It also provides […]
By Reporters The Safe Haven Football Academy was inaugurated on Sunday in the Ikorodu region of Lagos state as part of efforts to develop grassroots sport in Nigeria. The academy, located in Safe Haven, Legina Estate, near the town of Adamo in Ikorodu, was established by Reverend Dele George of the small Saints Orphanage in Lagos in partnership with Daraya Sports, La Liga and Real Betis. The Nigeria News Agency (NAN) reports that some of the young players, aged 10 to 12, along with their officials, were introduced to the public at the inaugural ceremony. Reverend Dele George, in a speech, said the main goal was to remove vulnerable, abandoned or orphaned children / adolescents from the streets. “We want to reform and empower these children. “The academy will stimulate the natural and academic abilities of children / adolescents, while creating a safe environment for the maximization of their abilities. […]
A young man, Adelaja Moses, has been arrested for the murder of a foreigner, more than one year after he was alleged to have committed the crime. The Public Relations Officer of the Lagos State Police Command, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, confirmed the arrest of the suspect in a statement on Friday. He noted that the … Continue reading 26-Year-Old Arrested One Year After ‘Killing’ Foreigner In Lagos Read Full Story
1989, it was an encounter of the rarest kind. You just do not get to meet with 3 of the greatest sports casters in Nigerian history in one place, for an entire week, talking food, family and football. It rarely happens like that. But thats what happen... Read Full Story
The Lagos State Government has expressed readiness to reconfigure the Ikorodu Roundabout in its bid to unlock traffic gridlock, checkmate Read More
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The Lagos State Government has said Falomo Bridge would be shut down for six weeks with effect from Sunday, March 14, 2021. This was contained in a statement by the Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Frederic Oladeinde, on Friday. He stated that this follows the approval secured from the Federal Government for repair works […] Read Full Story
Marc Chidiebere Nwadi, a man who spent six years in prison without a trial, has been awarded ₦7.5m by the Lagos State Government. The state government, through the State Judicial Panel on the Restitution for victims of SARS-related abuses and other matters, on Friday delivered the judgment on the man’s case, noting that he … Continue reading #EndSARS Panel Awards Man Who Spent Six Years In Prison Without Trial Read Full Story
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The Lagos State government says it has concluded plans to launch the digitisation of courts in the state, in its bid to ensure speedy dispensation of justice in the state. Mr Moyosore Onigbanjo, who is the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in the state, disclosed this on Thursday. Speaking at the first virtual Bar-Bench … Continue reading Lagos To Digitalise Courts In October, Says Commissioner Read Full Story
… as speakers and participants praise the Experience Public Relations initiative LAGOS, Nigeria, March 10, 2021 – / African Media Agency (AMA) / – The speakers and participants of the book launch Experimenting Public Relations organized by Nigerian Women in PR over the weekend applauded the impressive initiative. The two-hour virtual pilot event and book launch, attended by industry professionals, students and business executives from various countries including India, Ireland, Ghana, United Arab Emirates and Nigeria, featured knowledge sharing, discussion of practical strategies, entertainment and networking sessions. The event began with the reading of a book from the book Experiencing Public Relations by Oluwatoni Oluwasanya, a 300-liter mass communication student from the University of Lagos who is also a Student Ambassador for Nigerian Women in Public Relations. Keynote speaker and launch director Omotola Oyebanjo, Director of Corporate Affairs and Communications, Africa and Middle East, Upfield, went on to deliver an […]
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March 8, 2021 is International Women’s Day and rugby unions and organizations in Africa are taking the opportunity to rightly celebrate the positive impact of women in sport and development. To commemorate International Women’s Day in Nigeria, club and community coaches organized training games in Delta, Benin, Abia, Benue, Ogun and Lagos states. NRFF President Kelechukwu Mbagwu instructed the Women’s Rugby Development Committee to make every effort to engage more women and girls in rugby “Today is International Women’s Day. We #ChoosetoChallenge gender stereotypes and our partnerships are committed to providing equitable spaces for women to reach their full potential. Nigeria has a population of over 200 million and, if properly harnessed, can be a driving force for women’s rugby in Africa. We are playing our part in the NRFF because we have obtained the readmission of our national women’s team to the African rugby competitions. We hope to see […]