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Vital Products Ltd
In the beginning, there was a dream, nurtured by a vision that saw Nigeria as the future to real economic development in Africa. Being abundantly blessed with agricultural products and enormous human and material resources, the country needed an opportunity to showcase its strength and potentials in the area of food production as a major export base aside from its major economic resource- the liquid black gold. As a result of the long-term focus, persistent belief and faith invested in the country and its potentials by the pioneering founders of the company and willing investors based in the United Kingdom, Vital Products Ltd was born.

Jomade Hudiyah Schools International
Jomade Hudiyah Schools International offers a unique opportunity for young and old to acquire balanced education in tune with modern technology.

Tee - Top Nursey School
Temitope Nursery and Primary School was established in the year 1974 in Onipanu, a suburb of Shomolu by Chief Mrs. Adeline Aduke Soile while still in Government service as an Education Officer. She bowed out and retired from public service in 1979 and went into full time running of the school already established. It was set up to complement the Government’s effort in educating the masses morally, spiritually and intellectually.

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Tank farms threaten Lagos residents
An epithet written on the mass grave of no less 100 people who were burnt to death on May 15, 2008 appears boldly on a mausoleum at the junction of Ijegun, to welcome any visitor to the sleepy town in the outskirts of Lagos. This faded green-and-white painted plaque reads: “Here lies the body of victims of the Ijegun fire outbreak which occurred on Thursday, May 15, 2008. May your innocent lives, including children scampering for safety, perished in the pipeline fire outbreak, rest in perfect peace.”

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