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How Vagabonds took over PDP -Dan Kunle

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Mr. Dan Kunle is popularly referred to as an energy expert and international business consultant. But what many do not know or have probably forgotten are his strong political convictions, especially his role in founding the PDP. He shares it all...only in The Interview

 

Service Chiefs Under Jonathan Were Considering a Military Take-Over...This Was Shocking - Umar Dangiwa

Oshiomhole, Anenih, Clark Are Traitors - Dangiwa Umar
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Retired soldier and fiery social critic, Colonel Abubakar Dangiwa Umar has never been the one to shy away from speaking his mind. Though he has been quiet and also out of the public view for sometime now, he emerged, howbeit very briefly, from his break to speak to The Interview on a number of burning and topical national issues.

 

My second chance to coach the Super Eagles will come - Samson Siasia

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As Nigeria signs on a new foreign coach for the Super Eagles, not a few Nigerians are wandering if local coaches will ever get the recognition they deserve. In this interview with us last year, Siasia gives a hint that all hope is not lost - at least for him

 

My Plans for Nigeria’s First University - Professor Abel Olayinka

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Interview with Vice Chancellor of the University of Ibadan (UI), Professor Abel Olayinka

 

Why did it take 67 years for UI’s Faculty of Science to produce a Vice Chancellor (VC) for the university, which happens to be you?

Why My Personnel Should Carry Arms - Boboye Oyeyemi

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Channels started like a joke, an ex-anchor with no money applying for a licence! - John Momoh

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John Momoh, the CEO of Channels, goes back over 20 years to share the story of the founding of Channels TV, the highs and the lows, the challenges, opportunities and why Channels remains a family business for now….

 

I started business at 12 – Bayo Adelaja

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Bayo Adelaja has a B.A. (Hons) in English Literature from Durham University and recently finished her MSc in Culture and Society at the London School of Economics (LSE). She worked at the House of Commons as a parliamentary assistant. She also spent some time volunteer work and has had experience as a policy researcher at a leading public affairs company in London.

Citizen Press Review Today 28 March 2017

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Citizen Press Review Today 28 March 2017

Citizen Press Review Today 27 March 2017

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Citizen Press Review Today 27 March 2017

Citizen Press Review Today 24 March 2017

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Citizen Press Review Today 24 March 2017

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