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Glam and Essence Buky George,the Founder of the pharmaceutical company, HealthPlus,which she founded in 1999 is in the battle of her life,as the company,which has grown to over 90 retail outlets,with over 850 staff, including more than 150 pharmacists. In Nigeria,is about to lose her position as the CEO of the company,due to the planned takeover by Alta Semper Capital,who

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LAYCON Wins BBNaija ‘Lockdown’

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By Glam and Essence Nigerian rapper, Olamilekan Agbeleshe, popularly known as LAYCON, has emerged the winner of the 5th edition of Big Brother Naija ‘lockdown’ edition. Surprisingly,he and Dorathy,who were considered the underdogs when they first entered the house,were the last two standing,following the eviction of Vee,Neo and Nengi Laycon,who clinched the win with a 60% of the total votes,while the

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APC Suspends Governor Kayode Fayemi

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By Glam & Essence The executive governor of Ekiti State,Dr Kayode Fayemi has been suspended by the All Progressive Congress party.This was revealed in a letter made public by the State Executive Committee (SEC) of Ekiti APC. The letter reads: RE: DR. KAYODE FAYEMI ANTI – PARTY ACTIVITIES After painstakingly reviewing the activities of some members of the All Progressives

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Why Voters Fell In Love With BBN Laycon

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By Glam & Essence “Why exactly do people support Laycon? I don’t see the intelligence everyone talks about.” “Pity votes. Bcos Erica rejected him. So Nigerians turned it around saying she did that bcos he’s not rich and handsome like Kidd. F__king pity votes.” It’s the same old story every damn time. Pity votes. Poverty card. Grass to grace. Another

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By Glam & Essence It was a select crowd of majorly media practitioners and friends of former Society Editor of ThisDay Newspapers, Lanre Alfred,last Sunday at the Raddisson,where he formally released his book, Nigeria @60: Foremost Nigerians in the Last 60years. The all-colour, all-gloss book, which has been widely hailed by many prominent Nigerians as a worthwhile educative and historical