CANDY WARS: OK FOODS DRAG CADBURY TO COURT FOR 250MIL

Court Gavel By Akin Kuponiyi Legal warfare is currently ranging in Lagos between two confectionery giants, OK Foods Limited and Cadbury UK limited over the use of generic trade dresses, colours and shapes in the production of Top Mint Candy sweet produce by OK Foods and Tom Tom Candy sweet produce by Cadbury, as OK Food has slammed N260 million suit on the latter. Joined as co-defendants in the ensuing legal hostility is the Nigeria company, Cadbury Plc and Registrar of Trade marks. In a statement of claim filled before…

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I GET PAID TO ATTEND EVENTS- TOKE MAKINWA

Toke Makinwa who took a swipe at those sticking their noses in her business, has stated that she is paid to attend events. The media personality who stated that built a bankable brand over the years, added that she is only focused on building, sustaining and reinventing herself. On being paid to attend events, Toke Makinwa wrote; https://unclesuru.com/2019/05/01/i-get-paid-to-attend-events-toke-makinwa/ or

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WHAT MY 20 YEARS IN MUSIC HAS TAUGHT ME-TUFACE IDIBIA

By Rotimi Agbana During the week, most celebrated Nigerian artiste, Innocent Idibia, popularly known as 2Face, now fondly called ‘2Baba’ celebrated 20-years on stage as the king of music in Nigeria at an intimate and exclusive appreciation dinner with key brands, corporate and individual partners whose invaluable support have propelled his musical success for two decades. What my 20-years music journey has taught me —Tuface Idibia In a chat with Showtime, the ‘African Queen’ crooner was full of gratitude to God, his fans and everyone who have supported him one…

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NIGERIAN MODEL, OLUCHI LAUNCHES, HER PAD AND PANTY LINERS BRAND, SEE PIX

By Funmilola Olukomaiya Following the success of LuLu Lingerie, Nigeria’s first innerwear store for wholesale distribution and retailing of multi-brand underwear, sleepwear, and intimate apparel for men, women and children, Oluchi Orlandi has ventured into a new terrain with the launch of LuLu Panty Liners and LuLu Pads, these products are under the LuLu Personal Care portfolio. The vision is to provide young girls and women with a partner they can trust, that understands them, a product that is made by a woman for women to keep them feeling fresh,…

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COCA-COLA-PEPSI WAR DISRUPTS MARKET

The Sallah break was the period used by a lot of Nigerians to beat a fast retreat from the drudgery of their everyday jobs to various holiday spots preferably outside their towns and cities of residence. The Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway witnessed its own share of the commuters departing Lagos, with the hawkers capitalising on the dense flow of vehicular movement to sell off their wares. It was observed that majority of the drink-hawkers displayed PepsiCo’s products. The Cola war is real. The year started with all the cola brands increasing their…

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ZENITH BANK OVERTAKES FIRST BANK AS THE LARGEST BANK IN NIGERIA

Zenith Bank Nigeria PLC has just overtaken First Bank PLC as the largest bank in Nigeria. The data is based on both bank’s financial reports which showed that Zenith Bank’s total asset base is now NGN4.9 trillion compared to FBN Holdings’ NGN4.8 trillion total asset base. As seen on this table, Zenith Bank took over the position with a slight margin and either of FBN Holdings or Zenith might take the lead at by the time they both disclose their financials for the third quarter of the year. Looking at…

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FERRARI THREATENS TO TAKE LEGAL ACTIONS AGAINST 360 MODENA LIMO OWNER, SEE PICS

Ferrari can be pretty banal when it comes to modifying its cars or even using its badges on a vehicle other than its own. Now the Italian supercar-maker is threatening to take legal actions against the British owner of the world’s fastest limousine, a modified 360 Modena that can go up a top speed of 166mph – 267 km/h. According to reports, Dan Cawley, 36, of Cheadle, Manchester, has 14 days to remove all prancing horse badges, Ferrari names and “360 Modena” symbols from the 6m (20ft) supercar-limo. “What kind…

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AY, ANNIE IDIBIA, TBOSS, EBUKA AND OTHERS AT THE LAUNCH OF UBI FRANKLIN’S DRYCLEANING APP IN LAGOS

-Beautiful Photos Of AY, Annie Idibia, T Boss, Ebuka, Gbenga Adeyinka At Ubi Franklin’s Instant Pickup Launch! The launch was witnessed by high-profile guests, including celebrities, and socialites. MD Mr. Ubi Franklin in a statement assured Nigerians needn’t worry about having their clothes mixed up, a common reoccurrence among other laundry service companies – he remarked; “The Instant Pickup mobile app was created with a goal; which is making laundry incredibly easier for our customers. This app coupled with our outstanding prompt delivery method; gives our customers the best laundry…

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PASTOR ORITSEJAFOR SHOWS HIS FOOTBALL SKILL AT WARRI STADIUM, SEE PICS

The Football match between WLBC FC & Sunsel FC in the ongoing Nigeria National Division 2 Football League at the Warri city stadium, was graced by the presence of Papa & Mama Ayo Oritsejafor. Check out photos of Pastor Oritsejafor showing off his football skills at the event Re: Pastor Oritsejafor Shows His Football Skills At Warri City Stadium (Photos) by abokibuhari: 12:02pm Yahoo yahoo pastor (Quote) (Report) 1 Like (Like) (Share) Re: Pastor Oritsejafor Shows His Football Skills At Warri City Stadium (Photos) by Andypanky: 12:02pm Good for him (Quote) (Report) (Like) (Share) Re: Pastor Oritsejafor Shows His Football Skills…

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PROGRAMMES TO BE CONSUMED IN NIGERIA MUST BE MADE IN NIGERIA, LAI MOHAMMED INSISTS

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has reiterated the government’s decision that any programme meant for Nigerians must be produced in Nigeria, saying he was not appointed Minister to develop the economy of other countries at the expense of the Nigerian economy. He said this in a statement released today. In a statement he released today, Lai Mohammed said the Creative Industry’s potential of creating 1 million jobs in three years cannot be realized if jobs meant for Nigerians are being exported to other countries under the guise…

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