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Lamudi Nigeria to Release First Every Real Estate White Paper in Nigeria

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Global property portal Lamudi is to hold worldwide
conferences in many of its countries at the end of November. The focus of the
event is to discuss how real estate is changing in the emerging markets. Lamudi
is to release a white paper focusing on the property industry in these markets:
how it has changed over the last year, and future predictions for 2015. By
speaking to top real estate professionals, and surveying developers, brokers,
agents, as well as customers, the company has developed a research paper that
ensures that countries understand to what extent the real estate market is
developing across the world.

Kian Moini, Co-Founder and Managing Director at Lamudi,
commented on the company’s global event: “After spending the last couple of
months working on the white paper, we realised that the best way to share this
information with the local countries was through a conference.
We want to ensure that our knowledge on the future of real
estate in the emerging markets one that educates not just our clients but
current and future customers too. We are lucky to have the opportunity to be
present in over 27 countries worldwide, which means we have a great deal of
local market knowledge. For us, it is important to share this with stakeholders
globally.”
The conference which is slated to take place in Lagos,
Nigeria will be attended by the key players in the real estate industry and open
to all media houses who will be given exclusives on Nigeria’s First Real Estate
White Paper.
Allie Morse, CEO, Lamudi West and Central Africa said. ‘In
its first year, Lamudi has cemented itself as a global leader in real estate,
and we are honoured to welcome the best of Nigerian real estate to celebrate
the launch of the white paper alongside our colleagues around the world.
‘Commenting on the progress Lamudi Nigeria has made in its
first 12 months, Managing Director Lamudi Nigeria, Obi Ejimofo said “Since its
inception, Lamudi Nigeria has been focused on two objectives; First of all –
providing the highest quality of service to sellers and buyers through our
rigorous execution; and secondly – creating the most innovative online property
platform in the market through the constant evolution of our services,
technology and products.
The Whitepaper is another milestone in our continued
evolution as a partner in the real estate sector and as we always say, this is
just the beginning. We are looking forward to an exciting 2nd year’
Other activities lined up for the event include Lamudi
Nigeria speed dating and the prize award ceremony for the Living Where I Live
Social Media Campaign.

The conference will be held over the last week in November across:
Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa, with speakers from some of the
top real estate agencies and firms in the regions.

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Man arrested for smuggling Cannabis into Prison for inmate in Abuja

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The Nigerian Prison Service, Federal Capital Territory Command, has arrested a man, Clement Jacob, for allegedly smuggling hard drugs to give an inmate of the Kuje Medium Security Prison.

Jacob, who lives in the Dei-Dei area of Abuja, was arrested for smuggling into the prison a substance suspected to be cannabis in his sandal.

The hemp was meant to be delivered to an inmate of the prison, identified as Emeka Onyejikacki.

The prison service said in a statement on Tuesday that Onyejikacki was in the prison for possession of hard drugs.

The Command Public Relations Officer, NPS, Chukwuedo Humphrey, said Jacob was arrested by one Inspector Hussain Ibrahim, who noticed the exchange of sandals between him and Onyejikacki and conducted a search on the suspect.

Humphrey noted that the FCT Controller of Prisons, Mustapha Atta, advised members of the public and family members of inmates to ensure that inmates were properly reformed and rehabilitated.

He said, “Our officers have apprehended one Clement Jacob for attempting to smuggle a substance suspected to be Indian hemp into the prison facility. The substance was to be delivered to Onyejikacki, an inmate of the Kuje Prison.

“Jacob ran out of luck when he exchanged his sandals with those of the inmate after his session of prison visit. Inspector Hussain Ibrahim, the officer in charge of the visit area, noticed the quick exchange of footwear and requested another search after the visiting session was over.

“During the search, Hussain carefully tore open the sole of the sandals, thereby exposing the illegal transaction. Upon interrogation, Jacob, who initially feigned ignorance, divulged that one Mrs Emeka had called him to assist her in paying Mr Emeka a visit.

“He was also instructed to exchange his footwear with the inmate before leaving the premises.”

 

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Graduates of University Of Ibadan, Department Of Statistics Set To Hold First Home Coming/Reunion And Hall Of Fame Launch

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Plans are already in top gear as students of the Department of Statistics, University of Ibadan, are set to mark the first homecoming/reunion event of past graduates of the department between Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June8 2019.

The two-day program which will audaciously take place at the department complex on the campus is themed,“Homecoming event for Nation Builders and Celebration of Achievement.”The Head of Department, Dr.Angela Chukwu, said the event is aimed at bringing together all alumni of the department, basically to reunite and hopefully work together with the department in supporting research, creativity and to initiate an endowment fund to assist exceptional but less-privileged students of the department.

The event kicks off on the 7th June with a breakfast and networking meet and exchange of pleasantries after a long time of leaving the department for greener pastures. Afterwards, two alumni of the department,Prof. D.K. Shangodoyin, a Professor of Statistics, University of Botswana, and President, African Statistical Association; and Dr.Mohammed Tumala, Director of Statistics, Central Bank of Nigeria, will deliver keynote addresses.

The event will feature a panel discussion amongst distinguished alumni, which include Professor (Mrs) Joy Nwabueze, Professor Ethelbert Nduka, Mrs.Olubusola Oyebadejo and Mr.Emmanuel John Udoh who will all share expert opinions on the impact of statistics degrees in their various fields.

The second day of the program, June 8, will be a social event where the department will be recognizing retired members of staff of the department, and formally recognize and congratulate the newest professors in the department. There will also be an official launch of the department’s Hall of Fame, and an inaugurationof the “U.I. Statistics Department Ambassadors, (UISDA),” both of which will be moderated and conducted by the Head of Department.

The highlight of this home-coming event is the dinner/fund raiser ceremony at the International Conference Centre University of Ibadan. The event is to celebrate many accomplishments of the department alumni, giving a chance to catch up on sweet memories with old classmates, lecturers and members of staff while enjoying a thrilling event in the ancient city of Ibadan. Intending alumni of the department are urged to confirm their attendances at the event, through this GSM number 0805 544 1106 via sms.

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NDLEA denounces Akeredolu’s plans to legalise cultivation of Cannabis

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NDLEA arrests two police officers over illegal arms movement

 

–Abdallah denies claims he visited Thailand with Akeredolu to learn how to grow Cannabis

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, yesterday, denounced plans by the Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State to begin the cultivation of Cannabis Sativa for medicinal and commercial purposes.

In a statement in Abuja, Chairman/Chief Executive of the NDLEA, Col. Muhammad Abdallah (retd), reminded the governor that Nigeria remained opposed to the legalisation and decriminalization of cannabis, in line with the constitution of the country.

Abdallah denied claims that he had visited Thailand with Akeredolu to learn how to grow Cannabis sativa for medicinal purpose or economic gain, noting that at no point did he make any remark in favour of the commercial and medicinal value or monetary gain of Cannabis while in Thailand.

He said: “For the avoidance of doubt, NDLEA under my leadership has been consistent in our opposition to legalization and decriminalisation of cannabis. For example, Operation Thunderstorm undertaken by Ondo State Command of NDLEA destroyed 3,900.73 hectares of cannabis sativa planted in forest reserves.

“Similarly, I make bold to state that Nigeria’s staunch opposition to legalising cannabis for recreational purposes was restated at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, CND, roundtable just recently concluded in Vienna, March this year. Not only that, Nigeria canvassed the position that status quo ante be maintained while decisions are made by the United Nations to alter the Single Convention of 1961 under which cannabis falls. These decisions are yet to be made.

“Both Nigeria and Thailand still abide by that same Single Convention of 1961 involving cannabis. While I do not hold brief for Thailand, it is instructive to state that what research is conducted by them in order to confirm medical benefits of cannabis is done by seeds imported under their government control from Spain.

“And for the records, only 100 seedlings have been planted, still awaiting their growth, not to talk of research being conducted on them. It is inaccurate, therefore, to say Thailand has approved the medical use of cannabis. This fact can be verified from Thai Embassy in Nigeria.”

 

 

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