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UNILAG releases new dress code for students

Management of the University of Lagos ( UNILAG) has released dress code for the institution’s students. In a circular, the school warned against tight outfits, revealing outfits and skirts above the knees. Lecturers have also been empowered to send improperly dressed students out of the classroom.

 

Court orders forfeiture of N75m found in  SAN’s account

A senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mike Ozekhome has been ordered by a Federal High Court in Lagos to temporarily forfeit the N75m in his Guaranty Trust Bank account to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

 

Osinbajo commends police for proper management of  protests

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has commended the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris for handling the nationwide protest embarked upon yesterday professionally. Osinbajo said this in a statement on Tuesday. He also said the recession will soon be over “with complete focus on improving the economy every day.”

 

Nigeria will stop importation of petroleum products by 2019 – Kachikwu

Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu has said Nigeria will stop the importation of refined petroleum products by 2019. Kachikwu made the disclosure at a public hearing on the review of petroleum pricing template for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) organised by the House of Representatives.

 

Facebook rallies partners to unite for safer and better internet

Today is Safer Internet Day (SID) and Facebook has launched a series of initiatives to help make the Internet a safer and better place for people across Africa, especially children and the youth. Facebook is partnering with public sector agencies and non-governmental organisations from across Africa under the rallying call “Be the change: unite for a better Internet”.