Monthly Archives: August 2017

WHY ZIDORA TRAVELS AND TOURS IS THE MOST PREFERRED TRAVEL AGENCY IN NIGERIA

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Zidora Group is a conglomerate known for their excellent services, modern and effective approach to problem solving as well as their pristine reputation.www.zidoragroup.com The president of zidora group Chief Dr. Arinze Harrison Madueke is a seasoned medical doctor, entrepreneur and Philanthropist.

ZIDORA AID FOUNDATION: BRINGING ‘SMILES’ ON THE FACE OF THE LESS PRIVILEGED

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Zidora Aid foundation is the brainchild of Chief Dr. Arinze HarrisonMadueke, Okaka 1 of Ukpor and the President Zidora Group of Companies is a seasoned medical doctor, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Since its inception in 2011 and incorporation into the Corporate Affairs Commission, the Foundation has brought about countless positive impacts in the lives of its beneficiaries, most of whom are rural women and children. Having its Motto as “Hope for the Hopeless”, the Foundation has truly given hope to the underprivileged members of our society.

9mobile issues statement explaining its recent shoddy service

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9 mobile (formerly known as Etisalat Nigeria) has issued a press statement explaining the network outage some of its users are currently experiencing. According to the firm, the network difficulties were due to a downtime in one of its data centres. In the statement signed by its Vice President, Regulatory and Corporate Affairs Lamis Dikko, the telco apologized to subscribers and said its technical team was working hard to restore service back to normal in the shortest possible time. Customers across the country had complained of a loss of both voice and data service for the past 3 days.

We never banned songs by Olamide, Davido, 9ice – NBC

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The National Broadcasting Commission, NBC has refuted the report that it banned songs by major Nigerian musicians: Olamide, Davido and 9ice having considered them offensive for broadcast. Olamide, Davido and 9ice Some of the banned songs includes: the Olamide’s “Wo” and “Wavy Level”, Davido’s “Fall” and “If (Remix)”, and 9ice’s “Living Things”. The NBC according to the report contained in some major new outfits released the list Tuesday, saying it banned the five songs from being aired across the Nigerian airwaves. The report had quoted the Federal Ministry of Health to have in a tweet on Friday, said the video to Olamide’s “Wo” violated the Tobacco Control Act. “This is our position: the video contravenes the Act.

GTBank holds Football Development Camp for Students and Coaches…

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Foremost African financial institution, Guaranty Trust Bank plc,is set to sponsor 40 outstanding young talents discovered at its football tournaments as well as 60 school coaches on an all-expense paid intensive player development and coach-training programme tagged “Camp GTBank.”