UNILAG Becomes First Nigerian University To Get TV License

UNILAG Becomes First Nigerian University To Get TV License

UNILAG Becomes First Nigerian University To Get TV License The University of Lagos, Akoka, has become the first university in Nigeria to be granted a licence to operate a TV television station, an official has said.   Ralph Akinfeleye, a professor and Chairman of Unilag Radio and TV, stated this in a statement sent to PREMIUM TIMES on Friday. The don confirmed that the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, granted the TV licence to the institution on Thursday, November 9. He therefore invited members of the university community to the commissioning…

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I’m sorry for impregnating another man’s wife, Celestial priest tells court

I’m sorry for impregnating another man’s wife, Celestial priest tells court

I’m sorry for impregnating another man’s wife, Celestial priest tells court A Celestial Church priest, David Adebayo on Friday begged a Customary Court sitting in Mapo area of Ibadan to pardon him for impregnating Omolara Ojeyemi, a legal wife of Abiodun Ojeyemi. Adebayo, who is a resident of Alakuko area of Alagbado in Lagos State confessed that Omolara was his concubine and that he had been sleeping with her for the past 12 years. “My lord, anytime Omolara left her husband in Ibadan, she used to come to meet me…

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IPOB shuts down Onitsha over Anambra poll protest

IPOB shuts down Onitsha over Anambra poll protest

IPOB shuts down Onitsha over Anambra poll protest Members of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) yesterday took to major streets of Onitsha and its environs calling for boycott of next Saturday’s Anambra State governorship election. The group marched along major roads including Awka road, Old Market road, New Market road to Main Market, Oguta road and Upper Iweka to Owerri road vowing that there would be no election in the state or ‘Biafra land’ unless a referendum was held for the exit of Igbo people from Nigeria. They waved Biafra…

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