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Inside Encomium Weekly this week (Tuesday, January 31, 2017)

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  • Why Buhari should be very worried about MMM!
  • Buhari is alive

– 4 questions the Presidency should answer over Buhari’s London trip

– Buhari works only 5 days a week!

– 3 ways Buhari’s death rumour should have been quelled

– Presidency disses democratic ideals over Buhari’s death rumour

– This is the second time Buhari is rumoured dead

– Death rumour has kept us busy

– President’s too many vacations

 

  • NIYE Awards kicks off, as nominations portal officially opens
  • WWE® Superstar John Cena® to host Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards
  • Women lament sudden increase in gas price
  • Fun spots become lifeless as recession worsens
  • ‘How I was raped at 16 by a gardener’ – Ghanaian actress, Gina Mensah’s shocking experience
  • ‘I attribute my success to God’ – Oyindamola Omotuyi 
  • ‘I prayed for retentive memory and ability to recall all I read’ – Taiwo Bankole
  • Unveiling Matthew Ojuolape
  • Rent decreases as recession worsens

+ Tenants owing more than 2 years now a trend – Experts confirm

 

  • ‘I have the biggest oil storage facilities in Nigeria’ – Dr. Uche Ogah, President, 
  • Masters Energy Group declares

 

  • Reasons young people are avoiding marriage
  • Governor Fayose fires back at Buruji KASHAMU

– ‘You don’t have the locus to comment on PDP Governors’ Forum issue’’

– + Ekiti workers didn’t experience bleak yuletide due to unpaid salary arrears

 

  • BET Africa announces launch of award-winning documentary series, Afridocs
  • Controversy rages over Big Brother Naija being shot in South Africa

– 6 reasons Nigerians want Big Brother Naija shot here

 

  • Doctor, and women on the ideal age to get married
  • ‘Releasing an album in 15 years is God’s timing’ – Arole Roy
  • Lawyers speak on why judges are corrupt
  • Consumers restate loyalty to Amstel Malta as producers of concocted videos come under security surveillance
  • ‘We’ll explore arts, entertainment sector to overcome recession – Ambode

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