EODU to Embrace All inclusion Security Fights to Cub security challenges in Egume — Maji

By Noah Ocheni, Lokoja. The new National President of Egume – Ome Descendants’ Union, (EODU) Comrade Sunday Maji on Saturday promised to liaise with stakeholders and security experts to restructure the security architecture to cub security challenges in Egume community and it’s suburbs. Comrade Sunday Maji who gave the promise at the national delegate convention…

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Don advocates establishment of Centre for Nigeria Cultural studies at FUL.

Photo credit:The Reporters. Prof.Abel Joseph delivering the 17th Inaugural Lecture at the occasion. ,,,,Calls for project to canonize Northern Nigeria writers. ,,, Stresses importance of Pluriversal literature in new post-human reality. ,,,,, Encourages encompassing evolving relationship between humans, technology and environment through pluriversal literature. The Vice Chancellor of the University,Prof.Olayemi Akinwunmi, reading his address of…

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NASG committed to promoting cultural festival for peaceful co-existence of citizens-Governor.

(C). Facebook. ,,,,,,Tiv community demand for creation of chiefdom for sense of belonging. Call for resettlement of Tivs suffering in camps. By Willy Punvwet Lafia. Nasarawa state government has reaffirmed it’s commitment to the promotion of cultural festival amongst various ethnic groups in the state, to promote their peaceful co-existence and meaningful development. The Governor…

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Oyeyemi Kolapo becomes new Iyalode Musulumi of Egbaland this weekend.

,,,Kogi NUJ felicitates.urges kolapo’s increased commitment to the cause of humanity. Dr.Oyeyemi Kolapo. Photo credit: Nigeriantrend.com. The Egbaland is set for agog,as the Chief Executive Officer of Right-Dev Limited (Publishers and Media Consultants), Oyeyemi Kolapo will, this weekend, be turbaned as the new Iyalode Musulumi of Egbaland. The title also known as Iyalode of Egba…

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LINGUISTICS: SOCIETY PARTNERS OBTranslate TO PRESERVE AFRICAN LANGUAGES.

By correspondent. The West African Linguistic Society (WALS) is partnering OpenBinacle Translate to boost African languages. According to the partnership, OBTranslate will undertake Artificial Intelligence and Machine Translation research to standardise and preserve West African indigenous languages. This is contained in a joint statement issued by the President of WALS, Prof. Lendzemo Constantine Yuka, and…

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