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WASIU ADESINA BAGS BEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHAIRMAN IN LAGOS STATE AWARD AT PRESTIGE EXCELLENCE EVENT ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
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12TH LARGEST CITY IN NIGERIA: IKORODU NEWS NETWORK (INN) SET TO RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO, PROMOTING LAGOS WATERBED REGION, CAMEO APPEARANCE BY FOLA TINUBU, JIMI BENSON, FOLASHADE, AMA, OTHERS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
FOURTH MAINLAND BRIDGE: LAGOS TO ANNOUNCE PREFERRED BIDDER BY END OF 2022 AFTER SHORTLISTING THREE FOR RFP STAGE II ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
GIVING FOR LIVING FOUNDATION COLLABORATE DIVINE HERITAGE CHILDREN’S CENTRE, MARKS ORPHAN DAY WITH PROVISION OF RELIEF ITEMS FOR LESS PRIVILEGED KIDS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
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WASIU ADESINA BAGS BEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHAIRMAN IN LAGOS STATE AWARD AT PRESTIGE EXCELLENCE EVENT ®™√ INN Nigeria © BACK2BACK: PRESTIGE PRESENTS BEST STATE REGIONAL BLOG AWARD TO IKORODU NEWS NETWORK (INN) FOR SECOND TIME ®™√ INN Nigeria © 12TH LARGEST CITY IN NIGERIA: IKORODU NEWS NETWORK (INN) SET TO RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO, PROMOTING LAGOS WATERBED REGION, CAMEO APPEARANCE BY FOLA TINUBU, JIMI BENSON, FOLASHADE, AMA, OTHERS ®™√ INN Nigeria © FOURTH MAINLAND BRIDGE: LAGOS TO ANNOUNCE PREFERRED BIDDER BY END OF 2022 AFTER SHORTLISTING THREE FOR RFP STAGE II ®™√ INN Nigeria © GIVING FOR LIVING FOUNDATION COLLABORATE DIVINE HERITAGE CHILDREN’S CENTRE, MARKS ORPHAN DAY WITH PROVISION OF RELIEF ITEMS FOR LESS PRIVILEGED KIDS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
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GIVING FOR LIVING FOUNDATION COLLABORATE DIVINE HERITAGE CHILDREN’S CENTRE, MARKS ORPHAN DAY WITH PROVISION OF RELIEF ITEMS FOR LESS PRIVILEGED KIDS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

4894j4j4n5087280010925019301 Commemorating Orphan day, to put smiles on the countenances of children, primarily the less privileged, Giving Living Foundation, Christian Alliance For Orphans (CAFO) and Divine Heritage Children's Centre united to heighten empathy. A specially packaged family and community-based care outreach for orphan and vulnerable households, the program addresses persons with broken dreams, broken relationships, failed plans, misery trauma, tragedy or bitter consequence amongst other forms of obstacles.
Featuring games, motivational messages, cutting of the cake, prayer sessions and provision of relief items etc, the undertaking weighed the act of charity, tenderness and benevolence at its peak.
The psychosocial and counselling session dated the 26th of November 2022, provided a seasoned Psychologist, Dr Oni Temitope to elucidate the theme; Better Together: Exchanging Your Brokenness For Wholeness.
With parents also present as guests at the Divine Heritage Children's Centre (where the gathering was activated), the event significantly ushered in the yuletide season into the mindset of attendees.
According to Mrs Ebun Idowu, Founder, of Divine Heritage Children's Centre, "Yearly, we look at reaching the vulnerable and orphans in the community, it is a tradition for us every November to show love and care".
"This is the second outing we're having this month, we came back to base after facilitating a similar course like this in offin at Oreta road in Igbogbo".
She continued, "There we brought children together and reached out to them with food drinks and clothes items, providing relief materials to them, and praying for them, the idea is basically to show love, letting the kids know that they're not forgotten, because God cares for them".
"Also, we did something different this year by inviting a psychologist to join the program and engage the children on the importance of not giving up, no matter the background, upbringing and life trajectory".
"The main focus of the teaching is to enlighten them on not losing hope regardless of their prevailing circumstances and abandoned internal crises". "We made them understand that their future is great and God will see them through all situations (using our numerous life experiences as a case study)".
She further explained that despite the situation in the country, their advocacy is to keep the children concentrated on accomplishing their dreams. Explaining that the foundation cannot achieve the course all alone, Mrs Ebun told Ikorodu News Network (INN) that they are open to influential Nigerians, competent to join the course of putting smiles on the faces of children to get on board. "We're calling on all men and women of great substance to come out and be a voice to the voiceless in the community through our foundation". "Let us come and share joy and happiness this season, let us stand by them to be encouraged, and letting them know that they are not alone means we have to work together". "The environment is vast and only one organisation cannot do it, that's why we're trusting God to get more capable supportive individuals to join us, so we can reach out to more children in need" Mrs Ebun asserted. Emphasising her role in the session, Dr Oni Temitope, a counselling psychologist who runs a sound mind therapeutic clinic, told INN that she operates a program on Radio designed to educate teens and youths.
According to her, the session is motivational to uplift the children from living hopelessly. She explained, "Due to some issues the children have had in time past, they're overwhelmed with the mindset that they can not make it in life. But my job is to make them feel like things can only get better after trials and tribulations as long as they don't give up". "I engaged them in the power of positivity, never relenting in forging ahead. No matter what crises brought them to the orphanage home, if their emotion can stay on the optimistic side, then definitely they'll become great".
She expanded that her discourse is meant to give the kids and even their parents the reassurance that only good things can happen if they don't give up on themselves. On the latter, Evangelist Helen Anyadike connected the children via the theme of Bible, before praying for everyone in attendance.
The program culminated with the cutting of the cake by orphans and the presentation of relief items to the children.

Commemorating Orphan day, to put smiles on the countenances of children, primarily the less privileged, Giving Living Foundation, Christian Alliance For Orphans (CAFO) and Divine Heritage Children’s Centre united to heighten empathy. A specially packaged family and community-based care outreach for orphan

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UNAL EXPERIMENT MEASURES TO STERILISE MAKE-UP KITS, CAUTIONS LEARNERS TO PROMOTE MAINTENANCE CULTURE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

888777uui7E21161127411449847510. As a crucial function in improving the act of cosmetology, Unique Nelly Academy exemplifies its students on paths to conserve make-up tools and maintain kits.
To prevent instruments from becoming contaminated, UNAL as it is fondly called demonstrated sterilising approach to enhance safety during cosmetic practices. According to its principal, Princess Ezuma Scholastica, "It is one of the core courses in the School of Cosmetology for all learners to comprehend while developing their skillsets".
"It is relevant to enable the Students to understand the process of avoiding, & eliminating Bacteria, Fungi, and Viruses in the equipment wielded in salons" She added.
Sterilization refers to any process that removes, kills, or deactivates all forms of life and other biological agents such as prions present in or on a specific surface, object, or fluid.
It can be achieved through various means, including heat, chemicals, irradiation, high pressure, and filtration.

As a crucial function in improving the act of cosmetology, Unique Nelly Academy exemplifies its students on paths to conserve make-up tools and maintain kits. To prevent instruments from becoming contaminated, UNAL as it is fondly called demonstrated sterilising approach to enhance

Oct
2022
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MY ADMINISTRATION WILL ACHIEVE DOUBLE-DIGIT ECONOMIC GROWTH, TINUBU PROMISES AT KADINVEST ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

3993j3n6635621539620589870 All Progressives Congress Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has promised to build a vibrant economy that will achieve double-digit growth when he becomes Nigeria's president. Asiwaju Tinubu said this in his speech at the 7th edition of the Kaduna Economic and Investment Summit (KadInvest 7.0) on Saturday in Kaduna. The APC presidential flagbearer hailed Kaduna State Governor Nasir el-Rufai for raising the bar in attracting investments to the state the same way he did in Lagos over 20 years ago. "It is a great honour for me to be invited to give a speech on this occasion and it was a great pleasure listening to Governor Nasir El-Rufa'i as he shared with us the vision of how Kaduna State will attract and sustain investments.
"I would like to congratulate Kaduna State on this special occasion of the 7th edition of the Kaduna Economic and Investment Summit (KadInvest 7.0). The theme for this year - Building a Resilient Economy – is very timely and appropriate. In a period of uncertainty in the global economy, we must pursue a path of economic independence and insulation from global headwinds.
"I am particularly happy to be in an economic summit such as this. It reminds me of when we initiated Ehingbeti Lagos Economic Summit more than 20 years ago in Lagos State. Through the summit, Lagos State has been able to deliver landmark developmental projects in power generation, critical road infrastructure, street lighting, and clean energy initiatives, amongst others.
"Therefore, I am sure that under the able leadership of Your Excellency, Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufa'I, the leadership of the KADIPA, and subsequent administrations, Kaduna State will successfully collaborate with the private sector to usher in the investments in the priority sectors of technology, agriculture, manufacturing, infrastructure and solid minerals. These investments will in turn drive rapid economic growth and prosperity, providing jobs and opportunities for the good people of Kaduna State," Tinubu said. On the role of the private sector in the country's economic development, Tinubu praised President Muhammadu Buhari for giving maximum support to them to flourish.
According to him, laws put in place by the Buhari administration helped to improve the ease of doing business in the country. He said if elected, his administration will build on this, making it better for the private sector to excel. "A vibrant private sector is a prerequisite for a functional state, playing a critical role in the mobilisation of capital, expertise and innovation for the creation of economic opportunities and employment. This is why the government needs to give maximum support and incentives to the private sector.
"In this light, President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration introduced several measures targeted at promoting private enterprises and businesses including the Repeal and Re-Enactment of the Companies & Allied Matters Act (CAMA), 2020, the passage of the Finance Act 2021, as well as the implementation of over 100 initiatives to improve ease of doing business in Nigeria.
"I desire that the next administration, under my leadership, will continue to drive forward and accelerate the progress made thus far, taking bold steps and initiatives to encourage investments in new areas typically considered risky, and leading the way by providing the enabling environment to nurture our innate entrepreneurial spirit.
"It is essential that our nation continues to champion the rule of law and sanctity of contracts, for these are the prerequisites for creating a business-friendly economic environment.
"Whilst there must be active engagement between all the arms of government for the rule of law to prevail, the judiciary must retain its autonomy and independence.
"Therefore, under my stewardship, the federal government will build on the efforts of the current administration to review, amend and/or enact the relevant laws that will engender the rule of law.
"My administration would ensure that the judiciary has true financial and administrative autonomy and strong disciplinary and integrity monitoring mechanisms," Asiwaju Tinubu added. He itemised his administration's plans for ensuring security returns to the country, stating the role of a secured nation in economic growth and development. He noted that his administration will prioritise the training and retraining of the country's security forces. "We will be committed to introducing cross-sector initiatives that will address the economic and social constraints that prevent people from advancing or opting for the crime.
Under my leadership, the government will place great emphasis on the use of a counter-insurgency doctrine and strategy by our military. We will continue to train and equip our gallant forces and security personnel with the resources, gear, and equipment that they need to hasten our inevitable march to a resounding victory against the enemies of our great nation. Where necessary, we will recruit and train more personnel to bridge any gaps in manpower. "Furthermore, my administration will prioritise the use of superior aerial technology to deter criminal and terrorist activities, as well as to monitor and protect our critical national infrastructure including our network of pipelines, our power stations, our transmission and distribution networks, our sea and airports, our rail networks and other vital infrastructure," he added. "I will marshal a team of the most talented of Nigerians - men, women and youths – no matter their tribe and affiliations, to reset our nation on a path to achieve double-digit economic growth within a couple of years. We will do this through a coordinated set of policies in key sectors.
"We will champion an efficient government that will eliminate revenue and expense leakages across all federal government areas, leveraging technology, which will be increasingly embedded into government operations.
"In oil & gas, we will prioritise gas distribution and availability to power our industries.
"In agriculture, we will provide incentives for investments, machinery and equipment, expand and empower commodity boards, enhance our strategic grains reserves, encourage the formation of farm cooperatives and expand the scope and depth of access to finance for our farmers.
"In housing, we will introduce policies that will make it easier to transfer title and carry out transactions on landed properties. We will work with the private sector to significantly expand mortgage financing and we will provide credits and incentives to encourage real estate developers.
"We will collaborate with key technology partners to develop policies that promote the use and integration of technology across other sectors within the nation. We will work to accelerate the work that is being done with the private sector to train our youth and promote innovation through sponsored incubator hubs and science technology parks.
The APC candidate urged all Nigerians to join hands with him to work together to achieve the collective vision of building the Nigeria of our dreams.

All Progressives Congress Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has promised to build a vibrant economy that will achieve double-digit growth when he becomes Nigeria’s president. Asiwaju Tinubu said this in his speech at the 7th edition of the Kaduna Economic and

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ISU SCHOOL AWARENESS ENDS AT OMOTARA, ORIOKUTA, PAOLO, & TEMITAYO SCHOOLS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

3838h3j3n7E25984885006222720839. Kicking off on the 6th of October, the secondary school's awareness journey of Imota Students Union finally came to an end with three schools approached consecutively.
Comr. Ogunbowale Olatayo Bodunrin, president of Imota Students' Union facilitated on the focus Academic Excellence. He enjoined the students to appreciate parents for the relief then he gave out academic tips to attain success.
Comrade Ogunbowale later gave out a relative number of illustrations and practical instances for reading and studying. Miss. Paulina Idris, a student of Unilorin analysed the Effect of Peer Groups on students with a short drama presentation on how students can be influenced and lured into negative acts. She concluded the session by instructing students to write sentences with some phrase words given to them as motivation on their personality, not be discouraged by peers or anyone. The third Session, handled by Amb. Kehinde Daniel, a student of Lagos State University, spoke at length on the Substantial Use of Social Media. He talked about having a personality in the media that depicts responsible selves, using the internet for academic purposes, utilising tools for connecting with the right people and using media as a tool for unlimited study materials for seeking help academically. Then, on the 7th of October, Comr. Adenusi Olamide, Comr. Olapade Mayowa and Comr. Lasisi touched down on the last school to unleash the three focuses of the program.
The sessions came to an end with a warm appreciation from the school management to the union with an award of service certificate presented to the facilitators.

Kicking off on the 6th of October, the secondary school’s awareness journey of Imota Students Union finally came to an end with three schools approached consecutively. Comr. Ogunbowale Olatayo Bodunrin, president of Imota Students’ Union facilitated on the focus Academic Excellence. He

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NEW HEIGHT ADVANCED SCHOOL & CRADLE AID ACADEMY RECEIVES IMOTA STUDENTS UNION IN ONGOING SECONDARY SCHOOL SENSITISATION ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

4884844juh4n794784762077305353. As the awareness program for secondary school runs into it last week, It provided an atmosphere of impact, witnessing the dignity of notable facilitators, comrades of the union, the Proprietor and her staff, coupled with the target audience, the students.
The program, overseen by distinguished facilitators continuously spearheads the three main focuses of the program. Moderated by Comr. Adenusi David Olamide, the first session was handled by Comr. Ogunbowale Olatayo Bodunrin, President of Imota Students' Union, who spoke on Ways to Attaining Academics Excellence. Outlining educational tips for growth and academic excellence, Comrade Ogunbowale urged students to know their Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and threat, with a positive mindset to achieve success with God. He further gave a distinction between the three categories of students i.e A's, B's and C's, asserting that the difference between them all is their way of thinking and thought patterns.
The second session, anchored by Miss Paulina Idris, a student of the University of Unilorin enumerated points but not limited to developing students' core values, ability to know individuals in their peers for personal development etc.
In conclusion, substantial use of social media was addressed by Amb. Okubote Anuoluwapo, who educated the students on the basic purpose of social media, reasons to use social media and things not to use social media for. He further made it known that as young minds, seeking chances can have social media helpful or detrimental to opportunities. "Hence social media will either make a man or mar a man", he added. At the high point of the program, distinguished facilitators and comrades were appreciated with the award of service certificate, presented to them for their positive impact on the lives of the students. The program ended with gratitude and commendation from both schools' proprietors after teachers from each school gave a closing remark. The union also received a prayer frame from Cradle Aid Academy in further acknowledgment of their appearance at the school.

As the awareness program for secondary school runs into it last week, It provided an atmosphere of impact, witnessing the dignity of notable facilitators, comrades of the union, the Proprietor and her staff, coupled with the target audience, the students. The program,

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