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Vol 2: N0 1, September/October 2016

Vol 2: N0 1, September/October 2016

A people without a past do not have a future, a simple enough statement but one that applies to Nigeria. We remember that history as a subject was effectively removed

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Yellow Pages 0

Accounting firms Adiekwenugo & Co 43 Tafawa Belewa Crescent, off Adeniran Ogunsanya St 01-545 5008, 480 5092 Ayo Animashaun & Co Suite A6, Adeniran Ogunsanya Shopping Complex 01-584 5325 Kunle

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Pacelli School for the Blind and Partially Sighted Children 0

Surulere Now! visited the Pacelli School for the Blind and Partially Sighted Children at 30 Ajao Road, Surulere. Administered by the Congregation of the Handmaids of the Holy Child Jesus,

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Surulere-based photographer, Segun Taylor, speaks on her forthcoming exhibition

We talk endlessly about children being the future but – as with so much else in Nigeria – we carelessly waste them. According to UN figures, 50 percent of Nigerian

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The Casa do Fernandez affair: getting away with vandalism By Femke van Zeijl 0

  When Femke van Zeijl heard about the demolition of Casa do Fernandez on Lagos Island, her eyes glazed over. But not from grief about a pile of old bricks.

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Honourable Sir Anthony Bolaji Oni By Kanmi Ademiluyi 0

Born in the then elite Brazilian quarters on Lagos Island, Anthony Bolaji Oni later on in life became an embodiment of the spirit of Surulere. His well known house on

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