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  • I will not accept offer to serve in Buhari’s government – Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

    Former Finance Minister, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala yesterday said it was better to allow those managing Nigeria’s economy to do the best they could, noting that there could be solutions to the present economic decline in the country. She also noted that she would not be available to serve the present administration if overtures were made […] More

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  • Emir of Kano, Sanusi acquires new N132m Rolls Royce for Sallah

    The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, has gotten a brand new Rolls Royce for Sallah. The Emir, Monday, shared the picture of the new car which is all white in colour on the social media even as the Eid el-Kabir celebrations by muslim faithful were in full gear. On his official instagram page, the […] More

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  • Four Features Every Website Should Have

    The websites of 2016 are nothing like what we had in 1996. Historically, our online properties were considered nothing more than a novelty. Generally, these sites were used as simple digital brochures and added very little value to users beyond what was already out there. According to one web design agency, modern websites are now […] More

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  • We Will Always Remember 9/11

    It’s started from the North tower, then the south tower, the horror that struck the World Trade Center fifteen years ago resulting in a mass murder of so many people. If you have watched the footage of that event, you will see the cruelty of human nature “What a man can do to a fellow […] More

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  • Think In The Morning, Act In The Afternoon, Eat In The Evening, Sleep At Night

    “Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep in the night.” – William Blake It’s no secret that the greatest minds in any field rely heavily on routine. Because routines can make us do the right things at the right time. Think in the Morning When we examine the great […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : Here Comes The Preacher Of Change

    “Cry not,  I am here now”  The Preacher said. “Don’t be too quick to judge me, I come with good tidings and intention” “But Preacher sir, your dogs are not too friendly” We reminded him, their teeth were shining at us but the preacher’s inviting smiles kept us standing. “Don’t look at my dogs, look […] More

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  • Nigeria and the implications of Donald Trump presidency (part 1)

    By Femi Fani-Kayode I support Mr. Donald J. Trump’s presidential bid because he has admitted publicly that the American-inspired removal of Arab secularist leaders like Saddam Hussein, Muammar Ghadaffi, Hosni Mubarak and, more recently, the attempt to remove Bashir Al Assad were wrong, short-sighted, counter-productive and have led to nothing but chaos. How many politicians, […] More

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  • Nigeria deeply divided, says UN report

    A report just released by the United Nations, UN, on Nigeria’s Common Country Analysis, CCA, has revealed a deeply divided society on the basis of the plurality of ethnic, religious and regional identities that had tended to define the country’s political existence. The report also painted a gloomy picture, with most of the development and […] More

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  • The Impact Of Facebook Founder Mike Zuckerberg’s Visit To Nigeria

    According to CNN Mark Zuckerberg has just made his first visit to ‘Sub-Sahara-Africa’ to witness the impact of his Facebook social media enterprise and to promote his Express WIFI internet service. One should point it out to the CNN journalists and researchers, probably graduates from fourth-grade American universities, that there really isn’t a place called […] More

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  • #KenyaVsNigeria: Femi Fani-Kayode steps in

    As the twitter “war” between Nigerians and Kenyans continue, one of Nigeria’s most vocal public figure, Femi Fani-Kayode has stepped in. Fani-Kayode who has held key positions in Nigeria as a minister and in other capacities with the last being the spokesman of the Presidential campaign organization of former president Goodluck Jonathan insisted that Nigeria […] More

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  • Saturday Digest : There Is A Warrior In All Of Us

    One thing that you must know about us if they have never told you is that we had, we have and we will always overcome any economic hardship. Last few weeks has witnessed the naira failing to run fast enough to get close to the dollar and they have reliably informed us that we are […] More

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  • 11 things you didn’t know about kissing that you should know now

    We all enjoy a really good kiss, but did you know that locking lips with someone makes you live longer, helps prevent tooth decay and burns calories? Apart from the obvious bacteria swapping and reducing stress levels, it turns out there is plenty more to know about a good snog with your partner, lover, or […] More

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