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Your Rent is over 1Million Yet You Don’t have a plot? Own A Home in Lagos, Nigeria with N650,000




I AM NOT A REAL ESTATE GUY. I am a wise business-man who decided to invest in real estate by negotiating to get cheap prices for various plots of land around the IBEJU-LEKKI & EPE axis and then get seasoned real-estate professionals to get me reliable people who need assistance in sorting themselves out. This was my exact situation five years ago.
I kept on postponing this major move, my family was growing and properties were getting more expensive as the days went by. I didn’t want to move to Chevron round-about because it hadn’t developed, a few months later it developed and became expensive. After a while I didn’t want to move to anywhere after the 2nd toll-gate, then I didn’t want Ajah, then it became Sangotedo…

I sat down and told myself the truth. At this rate, I will be left with Ogun State as an option because everywhere was fast developing in Lagos State.

I decided to make a move and bought some properties along the IBEJU-LEKKI, ELEKO AXIS. These properties tripled in worth and are well worth over N100Million naira as I speak. Listen, Land is the only resource that ALWAYS bounces back even when there is a down-time in other forms of investment.
I need to tell you this. Are you outside the country? Do you live outside Lagos? Do Not be scared to invest in properties in Lagos State! We will take care of every necessary documentation, get your property to a level and set-up a gate and then hand over your keys to whoever you inform us to.
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Cameroon crisis: Ambazonia separatists get life sentences



A leader of Cameroon’s separatist movement, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, and nine of his followers have been given life sentences by a military court in the capital, Yaoundé.

They were convicted of rebellion, among other charges.

Their lawyers accused the judge of bias and withdrew from the proceedings.

The English-speaking separatists argue they are marginalised by the bureaucracy and school system in the majority French-speaking country.

The defendants had been arrested in Nigeria in January 2018 and deported back to Cameroon.

The court session on the verdicts, which started on Monday, went on until 05:30 (04:30 GMT) local time Tuesday morning, reports the BBC’s Leocadio Bongben.

By that time the defence lawyers had already withdrawn from the proceedings but continued to stay in the court as spectators.

Defence barrister Joseph Fru said there were irregularities in the proceedings, including the judge’s biases, but the military court rejected his evidence.

The long list of charges included rebellion, complicity in terrorism, financing terrorism, revolution, insurrection, hostility against the state, propagation of fake news and lack of identification.

The court also ordered the 10 to pay a fine of 250bn CFA francs ($422m; £359m) to the government for civil damages and 12bn CFA francs for court costs.

What’s happening in Cameroon?

Among the 10 who were convicted was Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, the leader of the so-called Governing Council of Ambazonia – the name separatists have given to Cameroon’s Anglophone North-West and South-West regions.

Cameroon’s English-speakers say they have been marginalised for decades by the central government and the French-speaking majority.

The current crisis started in 2016 when lawyers and teachers went on strike over the use of French in courts and schools.

In October 2017, activists declared autonomy over the two English-speaking regions – a move rejected by Cameroon’s President Paul Biya.

Some took up arms in 2017 and the crisis has forced more than 500,000 people from their homes.

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Saudi Arabia implements end to travel restrictions for Saudi women: agency



Reuters – Saudi Arabia has begun implementing previously announced changes that allow adult women to travel without permission and to exercise more control over family matters, state news agency SPA reported on Tuesday.

“The passports and civil status departments and their branches in all regions of the kingdom have started to implement the amendments stipulated in the royal decree,” the report said, citing an interior ministry source.

Reporting by Stephen Kalin; Editing by Gareth Jones

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