Tech Plus Conference and Exhibition 2015 >24th – 25th July , 2015


Do you love technology? Are you in the business of technology? Are you into inventions? If you answered yes to these questions then come have a wonderful experience at the Tech + Conference and Exhibition where innovative technologies come to life.

It’s happening on the 24/25 of July at Eko Hotel. Log on to and register under the various categories.


The Conference and Exhibition will provide opportunities to technology experts, concept generators, manufacturers and technology savvy individuals to deliberate on matters concerning technology as it affects our society as well as showcase their products and services to the public.


The event provides you, as an exhibitor, great benefits which includes the under listed: Read more

LIVE VIDEO: The 5th annual @GTBANK Autism Conference (DAY TWO)

GTBANK Autism week 2015

VIDEO: The 5th annual @GTBANK Autism Conference (DAY ONE)

GTBANK Autism week 2015

GTBANK Autism week 2015

PICTURES + AUDIO: The 5th Annual GTBANK Autism Conference (Press briefing)

Foremost African financial institution; Guaranty Trust Bank plc is set to hold the 5th edition of its Annual Autism programme. This year’s programme will start with a 2-day conference at the MUSON Centre, Onikan, on the 30th of June and 1st of July, 2015; followed by a 7-day child assessment clinic from the 2nd – 10th July, 2015 as well as a Radio Talk Series – Let’s talk Autism.

Members of the public can attend the seminar by registering at www.gtbank/autism.

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The 5th Annual Gtbank Autism Conference: Theme: Bridging Gaps & Transforming Lives >30 June & 1 July 2015

Guaranty Trust Bank, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, supports child healthcare, under its Orange Ribbon Initiative. An important part of this initiative is the support for children living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).


This programme is held annually and the 5th edition will hold from 30th June – 10th July 2015. The 2015 autism programme includes a 2-day conference on 30th June and 1st July and a 7-day consultation service for children assessment from 2nd – 10th July.

The 2-day autism conference themed ‘Bridging Gaps and Transforming Lives’. encompasses a broad array of learning and discussion which include – helping individuals with special needs participate in the political process, social justice education quality and access to technology, behaviour training and management of autism, the need for good diagnosis and design of treatment, teaching non-verbal chidden functional communication, to mention a few. The conference will hold at MUSON centre, Onikan, Lagos. It is open to Parents, Caregivers, Health Workers and Teachers.

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Date: 30 June & 1 July 2015

Time: 9am Daily

Venue: MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos

GTBANK Autism week 2015


PHOTO ALBUM: GTBank Master’s cup 2015 final

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St Gregory, The Queens, @GTBANK Master’s Cup season 4 Winners 2015

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GTBank Masters Cup Season ended in a grand style as St Gregory Obalende distraught St Finbarrs Akoka Yaba in an enthralling 3-1-football match. It was an epic finals between two eternal rivals at Onikan Stadium while on the female side, Queens College Yaba showed Ansar UD-Deen, Itire why they are called “The Queens”.

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What a Friday to remember for youth football at Onikan Stadium when St Gregory gave a night mare to St Finbarrs Boys and Alumni to win the glorious cup and the Queens came from behind three times to stun Ansar-UD-Deen girls to retain her title.

The encounter which attracted capacity crowd that included some old boys of both colleges was the climax of a month-long GTBank sponsored Masters Cup tournament, organised by the Lagos First Generation Heritage Colleges Association. Read more

RCCG July 2015 Holy Ghost Service: Theme: THAT YOU MAY HAVE LIFE » Friday July 3

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RCCG July 2015 Holy Ghost Service: Theme: THAT YOU MAY HAVE LIFE 

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DATE: Friday, 3rd July 2015

VENUE: REDEMPTION CAMP: KM 46, Lagos Ibadan Expressway, Mowe, Ogun State Nigeria.

TIME: 7PM (Nigerian Time)

MINISTERING: Pastor E. A. Adeboye & other anointed ministers.


VIDEO: TodayMedia’s interview series: Jide Adeyemi (Big & Bold Communications)

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TodayMedia Solutions crew interviewed Jide Adeyemi, the chief brand strategist at Big & Bold Communications Ltd.
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He talked about his new company’s Services, the reasons why they are different from other marketing companies, his experience in the industry & what his team members, etc.




BIG & BOLD COMMUNICATIONS LTD is a multi-disciplined integrated and interactive marketing agency armed with young, creative, passionate and non-conformists team with a passion for building brands that resonate with the consumers and community. They help their clients develop interesting story that creates an emotional bond between brands and consumers.

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Olashore bags award for top ten schools in Nigeria

Best Graduating Student, Miss Mofiyinfoluwa Hannah Olasoko

Olashore International School (OIS) has bagged an award for emerging one of the Top Ten schools in Nigeria, and one of the best international schools in Africa. This was stated at the 17th Valedictory ceremony of the school held recently at the school in Osun state.

Graduands in Procession during the ceremony

Graduands in Procession during the ceremony

The Award which was granted by Africa Brands Review, an Integrated Marketing Service Company in Africa, got its ratings from the 2014 WASSCE results. They compared how secondary schools across Nigeria performed and rated the Top 1000 schools in Nigeria, and thus granted the award in June 2015. The events brochure of the Africa TOP 1000 SCHOOLS AWARD is to be distributed to Embassies of various Africa countries and libraries of institutions of higher learning and blues chip companies, including free copies to all participating Schools in Africa. The Plague award which was granted based on standard criteria read ‘2015 Africa Top Schools Award Platinum Category’


Speaking at the valedictory ceremony, the Chairman Board of Trustees, Prince Bimbo Olashore, stated that being honored with the Platinum category award based on standard criteria, and top ten award based on WASSCE results, gives credibility and validation to the efforts of the staff and students in taking the school to its career peak. His words: “Awards are good. When we do things here, we don’t do them for the purpose of awards, but awards are validation of some of the things we stand for. We believe in academic excellence. It’s the bedrock of what the school stands for. About 99.8% of our students get Cs’, while about 92% get As’ and Bs’. To us, this is already excellence. By the time we add other activities such as music, drama, discipline, leadership and the likes, we will be proud of ourselves. We didn’t apply for any award, they just wrote us a letter, and initially we were being skeptical, until they showed us results and proofs, so we agreed with them at least it was from an official source. We emerged one of the best international schools in Africa, but before qualifying for this, we first qualified as one of the top ten schools in Nigeria with 7th position to be specific. Being one of the top ten schools amongst about 11,000 schools sitting for WAEC gives us value to our certificates”.


The Principal also spoke on the award, he pointed out thus; “We’ve been recognized as one of the top ten schools in Nigeria, and this reminds us of our position and how academically successful we are.  We need to let everyone know we do a lot in Olashore and it keeps us out. There’s no school to compare, so if you want sustained academics and all round education, Olashore has it”. Read more

@GTBANK unveils Porsche campaign promo

GTBank Porsche campaignIn a strategic bid to reward its teeming customers, GT Bank has unveiled Porsche Campaign promo in the country. The promo is slated to run for six months, from May 6th to October 31st 2015.


The novel promo is open to all GT Bank customers between the ages of 18-64 years, who have either a current or savings account and maintains an average balance of N3million for three months during the promo period. Customers who maintain such balance qualify for a raffle draw where they stand a chance to win a brand new Porsche sports car 911. This draw will take place at the Bank’s Corporate Head Office at No. 635, Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island Lagos, in November 2015.

Speaking on the promo, the Head of Corporate Communications and External Affairs, Mrs. Lola Odedina noted that, Guaranty Trust Bank is committed to creating enduring platforms to meet and surpass customers’ expectations by adding tremendous value to them. She stated that, the six months promo is aimed at providing a unique avenue for the bank to bond with its customers and reward their patronage.

“Very few cars have been in production continuously for over 50 years and the Porsche 911 Carrera is one of them. Fortunately, Guaranty Trust Bank will offer account holders an opportunity to win this exotic car in the Porsche Campaign. This is just one of promotional activities GT Bank deploys to reward its loyal customers,” she added.

The Corporate Communications helmsman further explained that, a few accounts are exempted from the promo- GTCrea8,GT Seniors and Private Banking as well as staff of Guaranty Trust Bank. Other details can be found at


NAFDAC Warns Against Consumption Of Imported Chicken, Turkey and other Poultry Products


nafdacAlthough imported chickens and turkeys have become status symbol in Nigeria, the National Agency for Food And Drug Administration And Control (NAFDAC) has come out to strongly warned against the consumption of imported or smuggled frozen poultry frozen meat, even as it has said that imported poultry products, especially chicken and turkey have been discovered to be causative factor in non- communicable diseases (NCDs) and antibiotics resistance.

Although NCDs are non-infectious but they are deadly. Health conditions under NCDs include cancer, kidney disease, and hypertension among others.

NAFDAC Director General,Dr Paul Orhii, who gave the warning at media briefing in Lagos, urged Nigerians to avoid imported smuggled chickens and turkeys, because they have been found to contain substances that can predispose one to kidney, liver and lung diseases as well as certain types of cancers and drug resistance- bacterial infections.

At the briefing, a study, titled “Prevalence, Quality and Acceptability of Frozen Poultry Meat in Major Cities in Nigeria” carried out by experts from University of Ibadan titled “, was presented.

Although imported foreign chicken, turkey and along with other frozen poultry meat have been banned by the Federal Government, some Nigerians have cultivated the habit of smuggling the banned poultry products into the country to the ‘delight’ of some Nigerians who do not know the health implications of consuming such products.

Orhii said that patronising smuggled poultry foods do not only encourage economic sabotage, but also can damage peoples’ health.

Orhii added that the studies have found out that most of the smuggled chicken into Nigeria contains high level of various deadly contaminants.

Orhii said: “Our studies have found that most of these smuggled chickens or smuggled poultry products, may be because the way they are transported or because they are not properly packaged, they contain some contaminants.

It can be formaldehyde, at times it can be high level of antibiotics residue and other contaminants like heavy metals. “And that is why we are discouraging members of the public from consuming them.

We are particularly concerned about the high level of antibiotics residue, because these can cause drug resistance, resistance to antibiotics.”

Orhii added that NAFDAC would begin strict enforcement of the ban on imported poultry products. Read more

PICTURE: President Muhammadu Buhari resumed duty at Aso Rock this morning

President Muhammadu Buhari's resumed duty at Aso Rock 22nd June 2015



Buhari asks Muslims to promote love, peace at Ramadan

Abuja, Nigeria, 17 June 2015:

Buhari2015President Muhammadu Buhari has called on Nigerians to pray for the return of peace, love and prosperity throughout the country as Muslims start the 2015 Ramadan fast.

In a congratulatory message released on his behalf by the Senior Special Assistant (Media and Publicity), Garba Shehu, President Buhari implored Muslims to seek maximum benefits from the Ramadan period “by being helpful to all manner of people, learning and following the true message of the religion as taught by the Holy Prophet.”

The President in his message directed an appeal to the perpetrators of violence and destruction in the name of Islam all over the world to desist from tarnishing the name of the religion.


As we make collective efforts to bring to a permanent end the menace of the Boko Haram in the Lake Chad basin countries, let me use this auspicious occasion to appeal to our misguided brothers to drop their arms, embrace peace and seek a better understanding of Islam during this Holy period and beyond,” Buhari said.

The President prayed to Allah to bring peace and harmony to all parts of the country and the world at large.

“I wish all our citizens a blessed Ramadan. Ramadan Kareem Mubarak,” the statement concluded.


Garba Shehu
Senior Special Assistant (Media & Publicity)
State House


GTBank MASTERS CUP:Queens College, Ansar-UD-Deen Girls, St Gregory Boys and St Finbarr’s for the finals

The Guaranty Trust Bank’s Master Cup season 4 semi-finals on Friday, June 12th and 13th 2015 respectively at the Onikan Stadium Lagos saw Queens College, Ansar-UD-Deen Girls, St Gregory Boys and the foremost secondary school in Lagos, St Finbarr’s as they got their tickets to the finals.

Fatimah Oyebanji From Ansar-UD-Deen.The Masters Cup that was formerly known as The Heritage Cup was formed for first generation heritage schools and private schools. It has also become a football championship for the secondary school participants as it serves as a platform for the healthy sportsmanship and ultimately discovers raw football talents by scout agents.

The day one opening match from the female category; Queen’s College Yaba versus Ansar-UD-Deen Girls High School Isolo where the defending winners, Queens College crossed into the finals with a win of 4-0.


It started on a high note when barely three minutes into the match, Ariori Dolapo scored the first goal and later scored two more goals into the match to get a hat trick. At the eleventh minute, Dolapo input her second goal and by this time the Queens College dominated the field of play against Ansar-UD-Deen girls. The third goal came in the second half from Adeleke Adefunke. However, this did not stop the winning team from resting on their evident victory. Ariola Dolapo got his hat trick when she sealed their triumph with a fourth goal.


But it was a dramatic male semi-final match when Western College, Yaba played St. Gregory’ College Obalende as both team came to play for pride. It was goalless at half time but The Captain Ekene Jebefume of Western College broke the deadlock 9 minutes into the second half. However, Onigbo Oke of St Gregory’s College brought his team back by leveling up 10 minutes before full time.

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Lagos State Governor, Ambode Declares June 12 Work Free Day

Akinwunmi AmbodeLagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode on Thursday declared Friday, June 12 as a Work Free Day in commemoration of the annulment of the June 12 1993 elections which was presumed to have been won by late Chief Moshood Kashimawo Abiola.

In a statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr Habib Aruna, the Governor said the date marked a watershed in the annals of transparent, free and fair elections in the country.

He said June 12, 1993 was the day Nigerians voted in one voice across ethnic, racial and religious lines, saying it represented the real democracy day when Nigerians said no to voting along ethnic lines.

Chief-MKO-AbiolaThe Governor said regrettably, 22 years after the annulment, the Nigerian nation is still grappling with some of the vices which the June 12, 1993 elections sought to confine to the dustbin of history through undue clinging to ethnic cleavages by some political gladiators.

He urged residents to spend the day in sober reflection and in remembrance of the martyrs of the June 12 elections struggle in prayers for laying the foundation of the democracy which the nation is now enjoying.