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The Problem With SMEs In Nigeria – Helen Emore

The Problem With SMEs In Nigeria – Helen Emore

Helen Emore is many things rolled into one almost superwoman. She is an agribusiness specialist, business and project development expert,
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Buhari Has No Chance Of Re-election In 2019 – Datti Baba-Ahmed

Buhari Has No Chance Of Re-election In 2019 – Datti Baba-Ahmed

  Former House member, former senator and Pro-chancellor of Baze University, Dr. Datti Baba-Ahmed , has an unfinished business - an
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The Fight Against Corruption Will Start Inside My Government – Kingsley Moghalu

The Fight Against Corruption Will Start Inside My Government – Kingsley Moghalu

  Perhaps one of the most cerebral candidates to throw his hat in the ring lately, Kingsley Moghalu, spoke with The
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17 business books You Should Read This 2018

How can you get ahead in an ever changing business environment today’s world present? We bring, for your reading pleasure, the latest books on business strategy, all published within the first quarter of 2018.   Your Best Year Ever By Michael Hyatt Hyatt has led ...
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Abiola Olaniran: Award-winning software developer

Though young people often outgrow their passion and love for games, it is not so in Abiola Olaniran’s case who has become a multiple award winning software developer. Abiola started out early in life, developing his first game code at age 15. Long before many ...
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Interview Confidential

Life Imitating Art? Give it to him; Dino Melaye is a politician with the creative flair. Shortly after falling out with his political ally turned foe (Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi), his musical ingenuity took over. He had no difficulty in adapting a Yoruba folk ...
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Multi-level Marketing And Pyramid Schemes: An investor’s Perspectives – Tunji Awonusi

According to Wikipedia, Multi-level marketing is a strategy that some direct sales companies use to encourage their existing distributors to recruit new distributors by paying the existing distributors a percentage of their recruits' sales; the recruits are known as a distributor's "down line." Pyramid Schemes Have Only ...
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APC Makes PDP Party Of Saints – Azu Ishiekwene

Offices of the All Progressives Congress (APC) across the country are still littered with broken bones, bloodied faces and shredded tallies from the party’s ward congresses last weekend. In virtually all the states, the ward congresses were marred by violence, with special drama in Anambra where the Minister of Labour ...
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/ Azu Ishiekwene
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INEC: The Art Of Kicking The Leg – Azu Ishiekwene

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) may have a rough ride this week, over a matter that is, in the strict sense, not its business. After weeks of investigation, this could be the week when the Commission finally releases its findings into allegations that the Kano State Local Government election, ...
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/ Azu Ishiekwene

Tales of Nigerian ‘Economy’ – the International Edition

This piece is inspired by the sad story of British Airways cabin executive Joanne Wickenden, who recorded a video that went viral. In it she lamented the ways of Nigerian Travelers (more like the Economy Class Gang, actually), saying, “All the Nigerians are gonna be there like 'gimme Coca Cola, ...
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/ Tolu Ogunlesi
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7 INNOVATIVE APPS THAT’D BE A HIT AMONG NIGERIANS

An App that allows Nigerian women to check the marital status of Nigerian men. This will be an instant hit. With this app, all ladies at the receiving end of ‘Toasting’ will be able to enter a man’s name or photograph and the app will instantly tell them if the ...
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/ Tolu Ogunlesi

This Table We Are Not Shaking – Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe

When Winnie Madikizela Mandela passed on recently the world rose to honour the passing of a great woman. Uncommon courage was celebrated by friends and foes alike. A life characterized by almost unending sacrifice was recognized and applauded. However, each time I hear Nigerians, especially those belonging to our own ...
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/ Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe
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What’s A Woman’s True Worth?

She was young when they got married. He was a teacher but she had never seen the four walls of a school. However, she craved so much to get formal education. He promised he would ensure she got one after marriage. But it didn’t work out exactly that way.  Shortly ...
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Taste of Badagry Diaspora Festival

The annual Badagry Diaspora Festival is a unique Pan-African celebration using Badagry as a mini Africa. The town played a significant role in the development, growth and the eventual abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade along the coast of West Africa (the ancient slave coast) ...
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Keeping up with Jabi Lake Fitness Buffs

Call it the positive fallout of the city’s well-designed streets with clearly mapped out pedestrian paths and you will certainly be right. Truly, Abuja can boast of many fitness enthusiasts. You see them every morning walking for health, fitness and beauty. Others, however, prefer to ...
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Revisiting the Slave Trade Era

History records that slave trade began in Badagry in 1473 and gained prominence between the 16th and 18th Centuries. It grew to an important commercial centre flourishing on the export of slave trade through the creeks and lagoon and across the Atlantic to Europe and ...
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My Breakfast or Yours?

What do you have for the most important meal of the day?  Yam and stew?  Akara and pap? Bread and stew? Cereal? Leftovers from the night before? Variations of the same basic ingredients: yam, plantain, beans, stew, rice? Nothing? Personally, I tend to eat leftovers ...
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30 Days Around The World

    The International Cheese and Wine Fair When: April 2018 Where: Coulommiers, France The International Cheese and Wine Fair has taken place every year in late March in Coulommiers since 1967. This agricultural fair promotes regional cheese and wine specialities. Around 350 exhibitors and ...
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LET’S TALK DIABETES

Everyone knows diabetes, and we all know the stereotypes – if you’ve got diabetes, you must have eaten too much sugar, or those who suffer from diabetes have to inject themselves with insulin every day and have strict dietary restrictions - right?  Not quite.  Allow ...
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Why You Shouldn’t Give Up Your Dreams – Olubunmi Ajai-Layode

I love India. It is on my bucket list to visit there before I shuffle off this mortal coil. I almost went a few years ago. But my husband stood in the way. It caused a big strain in our marriage so, I shelved it ...
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/ Jopa's Daughter