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Repost from @zuto.crotchets 
Yaaaas!!
10% -20% off on EVERYTHING!!! And FREE DELIVERY within Lagos.
Prices starting from N1900 per pack.
Yes,we love you like that,and no ees not a feem trick.πŸ˜«πŸ˜πŸ™Œ
Remember fastest fingers first. FLASH SALE ends at 12AM on Saturday the 25th of November,2017.
Oya start tagging all your osho free peeps o.

#FlashSale
#BlackFriday
#Sale
#ZutoHair
#ZutoWoman
Repost from @zuto.crotchets Yaaaas!! 10% -20% off on EVERYTHING!!! And FREE DELIVERY within Lagos. Prices starting from N1900 per pack. Yes,we love you like that,and no ees not a feem trick.πŸ˜«πŸ˜πŸ™Œ Remember fastest fingers first. FLASH SALE ends at 12AM on Saturday the 25th of November,2017. Oya start tagging all your osho free peeps o. #FlashSale  #BlackFriday  #Sale  #ZutoHair  #ZutoWoman 
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We celebrate you ma!Goals.πŸ™Œ
#Informania mania
πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½ We celebrate you ma!Goals.πŸ™Œ #Informania  mania
Lekki Toll fares to be increased for all commuters
Lekki Toll fares to be increased for all commuters
Coming through like...Rafiki placing simba under the sun for ancestral blessing. Okay who is excited for this?
#LionKing#2019
Coming through like...Rafiki placing simba under the sun for ancestral blessing. Okay who is excited for this? #LionKing #2019 
Fire!!!!!πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
Fire!!!!!πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
More than 1000 students fail law school exams.
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The Nigerian law school released a statement disclosed by Chinedu Ukekwe, Head of information and protocol of the Nigerian Law school.
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Out of the 5,891 law graduates that sat for the exam, 29 made first class, 211 made a second class upper, 1046 students made a second class lower, 2,999 got a pass and 334 candidates got a conditional pass.
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1272 students however failed the exams, amounting to about 21.6% of the total amount of students that sat for the exam.
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However, the call to bar ceremony is set to hold on November 28 & 29 in Abuja.
More than 1000 students fail law school exams. .. The Nigerian law school released a statement disclosed by Chinedu Ukekwe, Head of information and protocol of the Nigerian Law school. .. Out of the 5,891 law graduates that sat for the exam, 29 made first class, 211 made a second class upper, 1046 students made a second class lower, 2,999 got a pass and 334 candidates got a conditional pass. .. 1272 students however failed the exams, amounting to about 21.6% of the total amount of students that sat for the exam. .. However, the call to bar ceremony is set to hold on November 28 & 29 in Abuja.
See eh,I know #OnwaDecember is almost here but c'mon now!A live Chicken?
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See eh,I know #OnwaDecember  is almost here but c'mon now!A live Chicken? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Pocahontas returns!!!!Yay or Nay?
#Halloween#halloweencostume#pocahantas#Costume#Informania
One of my favorite months,because it means that #December is almost here!
Yessso!!!!
#NewMonth#november#Informania
The currency exchange rates for today, October 31, 2017. #Forex #Fx #ForexTrader #Currency #CBN #ExchangeRate #Pounds #Euro #Dollars #TheGuardianNg
When your indomie has a masters degree.😍
How is your Tuesday going?
@thekitchenmuse
#Food#Noodles#Eats#Tuesday#Informania
Court orders Nigerian navy to pay bricklayer N75M for torturing and shooting him.
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The Federal High Court Calabar has ordered The Nigerian Navy toΒ to pay the sum of N75m to a 39-year-old, Mr. Etim Asuquo Akpan for shooting him in both legs for no reason, torturing him and holding him hostage and as well as keeping him in chains while he was in the hospital receiving treatment.
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Akpan had taken The Nigerian Navy to court in 2013.
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In 2012, Calabar resident Akpan was heading to work whenΒ he ran into men of the Navy attached to the then Quick Intervention Squad of the Cross River State Government.
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Accused of being a β€˜bloody civillian’ who had no respect for the armed forces, both legs by the naval forces and left in a pool of his own blood.
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Members of a nearby church came to his aid and took him to the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital for treatment.
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According to him, when the naval personnel realised he was in the hospital, they trailed him there and chained him to his bed and even tortured him.
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Noting that Asuquo has been permanently incapacitated by the treatment meted to him by the Navy, the judge regretted that getting justice was slow in the case.
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Counsel to the Navy, Mr. Tanbe Mark, in an interview, said the court had given judgment and they would have to comply with it.
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Delivering his judgment, Justice Ekwo said, if such trend is encouraged every citizen would be a potential victim of such brutality.
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The judge said such an act could not go without remedy, as Asuquo has a family and other people to support all his life. 
Culled from #newsroomdaily
#News#Informania
Court orders Nigerian navy to pay bricklayer N75M for torturing and shooting him. .. The Federal High Court Calabar has ordered The Nigerian Navy toΒ to pay the sum of N75m to a 39-year-old, Mr. Etim Asuquo Akpan for shooting him in both legs for no reason, torturing him and holding him hostage and as well as keeping him in chains while he was in the hospital receiving treatment. .. Akpan had taken The Nigerian Navy to court in 2013. .. In 2012, Calabar resident Akpan was heading to work whenΒ he ran into men of the Navy attached to the then Quick Intervention Squad of the Cross River State Government. .. Accused of being a β€˜bloody civillian’ who had no respect for the armed forces, both legs by the naval forces and left in a pool of his own blood. .. Members of a nearby church came to his aid and took him to the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital for treatment. .. According to him, when the naval personnel realised he was in the hospital, they trailed him there and chained him to his bed and even tortured him. .. Noting that Asuquo has been permanently incapacitated by the treatment meted to him by the Navy, the judge regretted that getting justice was slow in the case. .. Counsel to the Navy, Mr. Tanbe Mark, in an interview, said the court had given judgment and they would have to comply with it. .. Delivering his judgment, Justice Ekwo said, if such trend is encouraged every citizen would be a potential victim of such brutality. .. The judge said such an act could not go without remedy, as Asuquo has a family and other people to support all his life. Culled from #newsroomdaily  #News #Informania