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Despite sharing a general cell with over 50 inmates, movie promoter, Seun Egbegbe is said to be eating and coping well since arriving the medium security prison.

It will be recalled that what took the movie producer there was his alleged swindling of some bureau de change operators. Reports say he has swindled over 30 bureau de change operators between August 2015 and February 2, 2017. You will also recall that, Seun is also standing trial for the theft of 9 iphones from a shop in computer village. Seun is to spend 30 days in prison before appearing in court again where his bail application might be heard and that is if the judge grants him bail, hence he spends more days in Ikoyi Prison.

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Ex -Mays Honour colleague, Otunba Kunle Sonuga In Ijebu Igbo

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Ex Students of Mayflower School Ikenne, Ogun State on Saturday, 3rd, December, 2022, stormed the Kiigbo of Atikori Palace,oke-ife in Ijebu igbo where HRH Oba Ibitoye Solaja installed one of their own, Edward Olakunle Sonuga and his wife, Tolulope Marion as Otunba Folagboye and Yeye Otunba Folagboye Ijebu respectively.

 

Expectedly,the event was full of glitz and glamour as celebrities,friends and family came from far and near to felicitate with the Sonugas.

The US based businessman was all joy as he threw banters with many of his schoolmates whom he hadn’t seen in a long time.

Choice drinks and different types of food were served at the ceremony.

Special Guests of Honour at the epoch making event were Ogun Senator, Lekan Mustapha, Hon. Tokunbo Oshin and elder Wahab Agbatogun.

-Wole Alakija

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Access Bank Begins Disbursement of N50bn Interest-free Loan

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Access Bank Plc will today commence the disbursement of the N50 billion interest-free loan and grant it set aside for micro, small and medium size enterprises (MSMEs) that were destroyed by hoodlums in the wake of the protest against police brutality in the country last week.

 

 

The Deputy Group Managing Director, Access Bank, Mr. Roosevelt Ogbonna, in a telephone interview with THISDAY, yesterday, said: “From tomorrow (Monday), we would start collecting application from customers. There is an interest-free loan as well as a grant also embedded in that.”

 

 

 

He stated that the loan would be targeted at customers of the financial institution across its MSME business, commercial banking customers as well as corporate banking customers affected by the looting and arson in some parts of the country last week.

 

According to him, the idea is to support working capital as well as access finance.

He explained: “It has a maximum tenor of 24 months for the access finance and 12 months for the working capital. The structure is flexible and it is to align with the customers’ cash flow. The term facility would have a moratorium period of six months and then we would structure the repayment following the customers’ own cash flow cycle. Both are interest-free.

 

 

 

“For the grant, we have broken it into two. Firstly is that for youth empowerment and community development. The youth empowerment is in two parts. We have a segment of the grant that is focused on supporting the tech industry and we have another that is focused on skill development, which is for those that are for tailors, barbers, mechanics, criteria.

 

“The idea is that our branches are all over the country, so whatever skill you have, go to any of our branches and you will get whatever support you require.”

 

The bank had explained in a notice to announce the fund that: “Now more than ever, we remain committed to our purpose of impacting lives positively. In light of the recent occurrences, we will be supporting Nigerian businesses with N50 billion interest-free loans and grants.”

 

 

 

The creative industry comprising the advertising, architecture, the arts and antiques market, crafts, design, designer fashion, film, interactive leisure software, music, performing arts, publishing, software, television, and radio can bridge the unemployment gap in Nigeria if commercial banks in the country are much more receptive to financing them, the Group Managing Director of Access Bank, Mr. Herbert Wigwe, had said.

 

However, if your business was affected by the recent vandalization and looting, First Bank is requesting you fill their survey form as you stand a chance of receiving financial assistance. Fill form here.

 

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