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INCREASING THREATS ON FREE SPEECH AS POLITICAL TERRORISM!

By Adeboye Adegoke ———————————————————— “Everybody likes to get as much power as circumstances allow, and nobody will vote for a self-denying ordinance.”  – Lord Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, English Catholic historian, politician, and writer. One would have thought that the above quote attributed to Lord Acton, which has been captured in another sense as “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute ...

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‘A good Nigeria is better than a good Arewa, Oduduwa or Biafra’ – Wole Soyinka

Legendary Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka has expressed his patriotism for his fatherland, Nigeria amidst several agitations from different political factions and ethnic groups caused by current socio-economic crisis in the country. In his well-thought out Poem, he admonishes Nigerians to ignore those who are whipping up political, religious and tribal sentiments in order to cause war and major break-up ...

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How network marketing can eradicate hunger, malnutrition – Pat Ogbidi   

Patricia Ogbidi is an architect who appreciates the value of designing structures that last.  In this interview, she brings that same passion for practical design and functional construction into multi-level marketing to address the basic issue of man – food and nutrition.  Read our exclusive interview with her below:   What exactly is network marketing, and what makes it tick?   Network marketing ...

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African Youth Taking Ownership of Their Own Future!

The African Youth Commission (AYC) have developed a mid-term strategy to re-focus and align activities with the network’s objectives at a Leadership Retreat hosted by Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO), Jitolee, Kenya held in Nairobi at Ngong Hills Hotel from July 28th to 30th, 2017. The 3-day retreat was supported by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ). It brought together ...

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LETTER TO NIGERIAN YOUTHS: Throw Away That Degree Otherwise You Will Die Poor!

A Nigerian friend based in South Africa wrote and sent this strong worded and thought-provoking letter to me to share with the Nigerian Youth. Though, the contents are his personal views put together to motivate and jolt other young Nigerians from their slumber to make something meaningful out their lives rather than waiting for government to provide them with means ...

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Vivid Soundz Boss ‘Rural Rugged Outreach’ touches the Indigent in the Suburb of the FCT

Vivid Soundz Boss, Ambassador Micheal Friday has reached out to the extreme poor and indigent living in Mabushi Community,  the Suburb of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja through his ‘ Rural Rugged’ Outreach powered by Micheal Friday Global, a subsidiary of Vivid Soundz. According to the President/C.E.O. of the leading engineering firm “VIVID SOUNDZ, ‘this is an integral part of ...

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Why Nigeria Must Improve Its ICT Curriculum for Secondary Schools by Babatunde Okunoye

On July 17, 2017, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) released the results of the May/June 2017 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) conducted across the West African region, including Nigeria. In the past decade in Nigeria, the release of WAEC results is an exercise few look forward to, because of high failure rates of students over the years. ...

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#Energiewende: Germany is Leading the Way in #ClimateChange!

Every country likes to think that they are the “world leaders” in some field, whether it’s trade, health policies, or even fruit production. Environmental policy is no exception; when it comes to climate change, many countries claim to be the world leaders. Yet for the majority of these countries, environmental policy is all talk and no action. Germany, however, has ...

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ICT4SI West African Network holds its first workshop in Nigeria

The ICT 4 Social Innovation West African Network  (ICT4SI) in collaboration with SPIDER – The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions  ​and AfriLabs has held its first Workshop for the ICT experts, techprenuers, techies, start-ups, tech innovators amongst others in Abuja, Nigeria yesterday. ‘Launched in Kigali, Rwanda in November 2015 during its first Conference, with support from SPIDER, it’s ...

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Integrity Nigeria launches “Project Tame” to promote accountability in University Education system

Integrity Nigeria in its efforts to ensure transparency and accountability culture is well-entrenched across board in Nigeria has launched ‘Project Tame” towards ensuring improved and better accountability in service delivery  within the University education system in Nigeria. Olusoji Apampa, Executive Director, Integrity Nigeria, in his keynote address at the Roundtable event on Corruption Risks within the Nigerian universities held in ...

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