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Nigerian Stock Market: What's In It For You In 2016? - Tunji Awonusi

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Tunji Awonusi

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I was invited to the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, a campus reputed to be one of the most beautiful in the whole of Africa, to give a talk to the Junior Chamber members and one of the participants asked me if I was still active in the capital market.

Why I’m Behind Nigeria’s Version Of Csi, New York - Yemisi Wada

Why I’m Behind Nigeria’s Version Of Csi, New York  -  Yemisi Wada
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Many Nigerians know Mrs. Yemisi Wada as the former wife of controversial politician, Chief Femi Olukayode (formerly Fani-Kayode). However, with her recent launch of LASGIDI Cops, a crime series production, she looks set to prove she is more than a controversy magnet – and just another pretty face.


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Is There Hope For Our Generation? - Catherine Okparaeke

Is There Hope  For Our Generation? - Catherine Okparaeke
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The Interview Magazine

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When the Editor of The Interview, Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe asked me to write a few words about a book that had impacted my life, I didn't have to ponder for too long. In spite of the several books I have read in my lifetime, one is clearly outstanding, having had life-changing impact on me.

Icon Master Class February 2016

Ali Nuhu,Kemi Adetiba,Helen paul
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The Interview Magazine

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Ali Nuhu: Kannywood’s Poster Child

 

Nigeria In 2016: Opportunities Abound - Tunji Awonusi

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Tunji Awonusi

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President MuhammaduBuhari presented the 2016 budget of N6trillion to the National Assembly on December 22, tagged the ‘Budget of Change’. The late composition of the cabinet affected the submission of the Medium Term Expenditure framework 2016-2018 and the 2016 budget.

Dana Spiotta, Innocents And Others

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As a teenager, Meadow claims to have had a months-long tryst with Orson Welles. Determined to become a film-maker, she leaves Los Angeles and sets up a makeshift studio in upstate New York. Her first film, an eight-hour Betacam video of her boyfriend, wins a jury prize. She draws acclaim for a 1992 documentary called Kent State: Recovered.

Don Delillo, Zero K

Don Delillo, Zero K
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In his 17th novel, DeLillo follows Jeffrey Lockhart and his father Ross, a billionaire, to a place where Ross’s younger second wife Artis – “the archaeologist, the one whose mind and failing body would soon begin to drift, on schedule, into the void” – can preserve her body indefinitely until medical advances can heal her.

Elizabeth Strout, My Name Is Lucy Barton

Elizabeth Strout, My Name Is Lucy Barton
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In her fifth novel, Strout, whose Olive Kitteridge won a Pulitzer Prize, brings us young Lucy Barton lying in a hospital bed in view of the Chrysler Building for nearly nine weeks in the 1980s. She is in a “very strange state – a literally feverish waiting” as she heals from an infection after an appendectomy. She misses her husband and two young daughters.

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