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American actor Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson revealed on Monday that he and long-time girlfriend, singer Lauren Hashian, tied the knot on Sunday in Hawaii. Click the link in bio for more. Photo credit: Hiram Garcia/Instagram #HiramGarcia #DwayneJohnson #TheRock #Hawaii #Wedding #Couple #Marriage #Family #News #TheGuardianNg

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The presidency Monday said Babatunde Fowler the boss of Federal Inland Revenue Service – the agency responsible for assessing and collecting taxes – “is not under any investigation.” “It is necessary to state categorically that the Chair of Federal Inland Revenue Service, Babatunde Fowler, is not under any investigation,” the presidency said in a statement. The statement added that the “letter from the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, on which the purported rumour of an investigation is based, merely raises concerns over the negative run of the tax revenue collection in recent times.” For more, click the link in the bio. Photo credit: Twitter/FIRS #FIRS #BabatundeFowler #Tax #Money #Buhari #GuardianBusiness #Politics #Investigation #NigerianNews #News #TheguardianNg

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Here are the top market gainers and losers from today’s transactions at the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Visit www.guardian.ng to find out how other stocks fared. #NSE #Stocks #Nigeria #Market #GuardianBusiness #Business #Shares #StockExchange #TheGuardianNg

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari Monday said eight years of his leadership will prepare the ground for 100 million Nigerians to be out of poverty in the next 10 years. “Our Administration’s eight years will have laid the grounds for lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in 10 years,” Buhari told his ministers-designate at a retreat organised for them in Abuja. “This outcome will fundamentally shift Nigeria’s trajectory and place us among the world’s great nations.” The president made a similar comment on June 12 during the commemoration of Democracy Day. For more from the retreat, click the link in the bio. Photo credit: Twitter/Nigerian Government #Nigeria #Buhari #Osinbajo #Abuja #Cabinet #Politics #Ministers #News #NigerianNews #NextLevel #Change #TheGuardianNg

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Kevin Hart and Jerry Seinfeld pose for a shot at a restaurant in this picture shot in 2017. Hart has been named as the highest-earning comedian by Forbes, edging Seinfeld to the top spot. Hart was crowned the world's most lucrative comedian based on his $50 million earnings from June 2018 to June 2019, toppling Seinfeld, who was the top earner for 2018. Comic veteran Seinfeld, famed for his eponymous TV show, pulled in $37 million. Jim Gaffigan took third place after enjoying huge success for his stand-up, which earned him $24 million. South African comedian Trevor Noah received $23 million for his international comedy work. He is also the only non-American on the list. Film and stand-up star Schumer is the only woman in the top ten, placing seventh after earning $17 million in the 12-month period. Photo credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images #KevinHart #Forbes #JerrySeinfeld #AmySchumer #Comedians #Comedian #Money #Comedy #Business #GuardianBusiness #Cash #News #TheGuardianNg

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The #GuardianQuoteOfTheDay is taken from the words of a Nigerian playwright, poet, essayist and activist, as well as the first African to be honoured with the Nobel Prize in Literature. #WoleSoyinka #Nigeria #Nigerian #Oil #Africa #Inspiration #TBT #Legend #Writer #NobelLaureate #Leader #Quote #QuoteOfTheDay #TheGuardianNg

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For ₦5,000 only, we just took the stress out of your next ‘Change of Name’ ad as you can now get it done by simply clicking the link in the bio. #ChangeOfName #NameChange #Name #Advert #Notice #Nigeria #TheGuardianNg

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The Federal Government has warned Nigerians against feasting on rare species like the whale, which was washed ashore in Ijaw kiri community waterfront of Brass Local Government, Bayelsa State. Conservator-General, National Park Service, Ibrahim Musa Goni who gave the warning said cannibalisation of the whale was dangerous, calling for a process of evacuation. He also frowned at the way and manner the communities feasted on the aquatic animal, urging relevant government agencies to cordon off the area if it is still alive and healthy. Goni lamented that the 30 feet Whale is rare species that is gradually going extinct. “The global acceptable practice is to call the appropriate authorities to assess the condition of the helpless Whale, and help it back into its natural habitat." For more, please click the link in our bio. Photo credit: Information Nigeria #TheGuardianNg

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