Runsewe appointed chairman of Africa China Culture Exchange Society

.. Promises to strengthen culture economy of Africa, China Director general National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) and President, Africa region of the world crafts council (WCC), Olusegun Runsewe, has been appointed chairman, Africa China Exchange Society (ACCAES). Runsewe who in two years has changed the narratives of Nigeria’s cultural economy and fostered strategic cultural exchange among African nations through multi-cultural marketing platform, was chosen by the global body for his visionary leadership in fronting Africa Arts and Crafts, for driving an excellent cultural  exchange platform between African countries…

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1570 Pump Action Rifles originated from Turkey -Customs

The trial of three Nigerian business man and a company, who allegedly imported 1, 570 pump Action Rifles into the country, between June 6 to 20, 2017, resumed today at the Federal High Court , Lagos. The defendants in the matter are, Ifeuwa Moses Christ, Ayogu Great James, Emeka Umeh Festus, who is at large and a limited liability company,  Great James Oil and Gas Limited. Giving evidence before Justice Saliu Saidu today, a prosecution witness, Mr. Ayodele Joseph Rotimi, a Chief Superintendent of Customs (CSC), while being led in…

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NAPTIP honours Air Peace, Onyema, crew over fight against human trafficking

National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) on Thursday hailed Air Peace, its chairman/chief executive officer, Mr. Allen Onyema and crew members for waging war against human trafficking. The agency conferred the carrier with an award for providing a platform for checking trafficking in persons and presented Onyema and some crew with ambassadorial medals for foiling an attempt to traffic a three-month-old boy using the airline’s Lagos-Banjul flight on June 4, 2018. Meanwhile, the Chairman of Air Peace has assured that the airline would partner with NAPTIP…

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Murder: Deceased family demands N100m from convicted husband

The family of late (Mrs.) Regina Ihenacho, who was allegedly murder by her husband, Ihenacho Nkem, have approached an Ikeja High Court of  Lagos State, seeking an order to compel the deceased’s husband to pay them the sum of N100 million, as general damages for unlawful killing of their daughter. Joined as respondents alongside Ihenacho in the suit marked Temp/42473/19, are: Captain Emmanuel Ihenacho and his company, Genesis Worldwide Shipping. The deceased’s family represented by Chief Etubom Samson and Mr. Inyang James Nyoh, the deceased’s father, in a fundamental rights…

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