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    Why Does She Keep Bringing Up the Past?

    Why Does She Keep Bringing Up the Past? 5 Reasons She Holds “Grudges” “Help! Why does she keep bringing up the past? Nothing I can do is ever good enough.” Sound familiar?One reoccurring theme I hear from many of my heterosexual couples is the issue with repairing past conflict. I don’t mean to generalize here and sound […] More

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    Hero 58-Year-old Woman Saves 20 Factory Workers From a Fire

    A 58-year-old Indian woman is being hailed as a hero after her quick-thinking helped to save 20 people from a factory fire on Monday morning. Jyoti Verma was making breakfast at 6:30AM when her neighbor alerted her to a fire that had erupted in a building that was adjacent to her Delhi apartment. Upon rushing […] More

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    NIS arrests 67 migrants from Republic of Niger

    NIS arrests 67 migrants from Republic of Niger

    The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) says it has arrested 67 irregular migrants from the Republic of Niger. Mr Sunday James, the spokesman of the agency, announced this in a statement on Saturday in Abuja. James said that the foreigners were intercepted by the Special Border Corps of the NIS while trying to enter the country […] More

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    We all need each other, take some time to read this

    We all need each other, take some time to read this

      A gift that costs no money but one that costs time and your attention is giving someone words of encouragement. Catherine Pulsifer Being there for others is one of the best gifts you can give someone, sometimes it’s not about the money but just your presence, your words of hope and your attention. The rate of suicide […] More

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    Nigerian man shot dead by South African police

    The Nigerian community in South Africa has reported the extra-judicial killing of a Nigerian man in that country. The victim identified as ThankGod Okoro from Ogbaku in the Awgu local government area of Enugu state, is the latest in what has been described as recurring pre-meditated murders of young Nigerians in South Africa. At least […] More

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    Be careful of hackers, Facebook is no longer safe, IT experts warns

    Be careful of hackers, Facebook is no longer safe, IT experts warns

    Some ICT stakeholders in Abuja on Friday called on Facebook users to learn how to secure their accounts from possible intrusions. The stakeholders made the call against the backdrop of revelation that millions of users’ personal information was obtained from Facebook by Cambridge Analytica, a political-consultancy that used the information in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign […] More

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    Lagos trade fair complex generates N500m revenue in four months

    The Executive Director, Lagos Trade Fair Complex Management Board, Mrs. Lucy Omosefe-Ajayi, said the board recorded more than N500m in the first quarter of 2018. Omosefe-Ajayi made this known while speaking with newsmen on Friday in Lagos shortly after inauguration of the Lagos Trade Fair Management Board. The executive director said although the management commenced […] More

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    Plateau records 19 rape cases in three months

    The police in Plateau State said they have recorded 19 rape cases in the state from February to date. The Commissioner of Police, Undie Adie, disclosed this while addressing a news briefing on Friday in Jos. Mr Adie, who lamented the increasing spate of rape in the state, said 24 suspects were charged to court […] More

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    You are not alone

    You are not alone

    The interest of young people in leadership and advocacy has fueled my optimism about the future. Today just like every day, I meet different people with different ideas, potentials and the desire to make a difference in life. Their story is a testimony and a reminder that things will only get better. While we sleep, […] More

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    A small acts of generosity triggers good health and makes you happy– Research

    A small acts of generosity triggers good health and makes you happy– Research

    According to a new research by scientists in Switzerland the brain is hardwired for happiness in response to giving. The scientists used brain scans to track activity in brain regions associated with socializing, decision-making and happiness. They discovered that even a small acts of generosity or just promising to be charitable triggered brain changes that […] More

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    The Chronicle of Udom Emmanuel’s Industrialization story, Part 1

    According to Investor survey report, security, political stability, stable legal and regulatory environment are top on the list of considerations by any multinational corporations before they can commit to investing in any new environment. For those who are conversant with the ideology of sowing, you would agree with me that the process of reaping bountifully starts […] More

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