• Lookbook: Makioba Releases ‘The Body Positivity Issue’

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    Plus size womenswear designer, Makioba, eased into the month of April with ‘The Body Positivity Issue’, a collection showcasing a sense of feminine authenticity and a clear vision of what it means to be stylishly confident no matter your size. Makioba’s April collection of stylish dresses is for the modern day woman with a vehement…

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  • Turkey’s Referendum Fell Short Of Democratic Standards, International Observers Say

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    Findings cast further doubt on legitimacy of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s narrow victory in bid to expand executive power. referendum in Turkey had a “significant imbalance” tilted toward supporters of sweeping constitutional changes, international observers said Monday. Both the campaign period and actual vote Sunday failed in numerous ways to live up to international standards…

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  • Time To Fight Corruption In Health Sector

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    One of the key elements that underscores the seriousness with which the President Muhammadu Buhari Administration takes the health sector was the appointment of professors of medicine of global repute – the Minister of Health Professor Isaac Adewole and the Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), Professor Yusuf Usman. Yusuf was appointed…

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  • The Masters: Round 2 Preview

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    Matthew Fitzpatrick once again demonstrated what an enormous future he has by leading a major championship for the first time in his career on yesterday, before a closing double-bogey saw him slip six shots adrift of Charley Hoffman. Fitzpatrick will still fancy his chances of adding to last year’s top-10 finish at Augusta National, a…

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  • MWUN Warns Members Against Disruption of Ports Activities

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    The Newly-elected President General of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) Comrade Adewale Adeyanju has warned members of the association to stay away from trouble at the nation’s seaports. Adeyanju gave this warning as he officially take over the reins of office at a brief handing-over ceremony  held at the union’s secretariat in Apapa,…

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  • Prisons To Recruit 6,500 Officers In 2017

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    Respite is set to come the way of some unemployed Nigerians as the leadership of the Nigerian Prisons Service (NPS), said it has obtained waiver from the federal government to employ 6,545 personnel soon. If this goal is achieved, the new intakes will be deployed to fit into different cadre of the service. This is…

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  • Isco, Morata Deserve More Playing Time – Zidane

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    Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane conceded he needs to give more game-time to Isco and Alvaro Morata after their starring roles in the comeback victory over Villarreal. Zidane’s men recovered from two goals down at Estadio de la Ceramica on Sunday to dramatically win 3-2, scoring three goals in the final 26 minutes. Isco came…

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  • South African Police Break Up Anti-immigrant Protests

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    South African police fired tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets to disperse rival marches by hundreds of protesters in Pretoria on Friday, after mobs looted stores this week believed to belong to immigrants. Anti-immigrant violence has flared sporadically in South Africa against a background of near-record unemployment, with foreigners being accused of taking jobs…

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  • CNN, Others Barred From White House Press Briefing

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    Reporters from The Times, CNN and Politico were not allowed to enter the West Wing office of Sean Spicer, press secretary of President Donald Trump, on Friday. Spicer reportedly told security aides to allow reporters from only a handpicked group of news organisations. Organisations allowed in included Breitbart News, the One America News Network and The…

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