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[PHOTOS] Updates on Pop incubator Contest in Abuja

Social Good Nigeria and her Partners – the Enspire Incubator and the Embassy of Sweden in Nigeria, Abuja, with support from Vinnova, Sweden – have put together an idea pitching contest for the hangout participants. This contest is the final phase of the Pop Incubator project across 5 states in Nigeria. The finalists – six contestants will be rewarded with Star prize ...

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Hon. Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed’s Statement at COP 21

Nigeria’s new Minister of Environment, Hajia Amina Mohammed is currently the head of delegation to the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Eleventh Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol in Paris, France. She delivered powerful statement at the event. Read below:        Mr. President and Excellences,        On behalf ...

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Federal Ministry Communication seeks ways to overcome the challenges of Cybersecurity

        Federal Ministry of Communication has organised a 3 day Workshop in Abuja on Cybersecurity and workable strategies to reduce cybercrimes in Africa particularly within the ECOWAS states. According to Mrs Moni Udoh, Representing Minister of Communication, Bar. Adebayo Shittu at the workshop said ‘it has become imperative to bring together experts to synergise so as to ...

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President Buhari Arrives Abuja from United Nations Assembly Meeting in New York

President Buhari has just returned from the United Nations Assembly meeting on the new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which ended yesterday in New York. Buhari who has been away for more than a couple of days arrived Nnamdi Azikwe Airport Abuja, some minutes past 12 noon today.

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Invitation to 2015 Global Action Week of Education with the theme- "Vote for Education"

The Global Action Week (GAW) is an annual global campaign of education campaigners and advocates across the global. The week is usually celebrated every April to raise voices on education issues and task government and other stakeholders to ensure access to quality education for all. This year GAW with the theme – Vote for Education presents us with a crucial ...

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2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 27 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the complete report.

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New Arrivals: Your Zodiac Branded Shirts!!!

Do you agree with me that creating a unique fashion sense boosts one’s self confidence by 100 percent? It equally gives your style a unique flavour. Therefore, make a unique fashion statement this season and stand out by putting on a T-shirt branded with your particular Zodiac sign and name on it. A top quality product for both men and ...

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Identifying and Dealing With Judgemental People

Dotun Roy The world is full of judgemental people and we all must have experienced them one time or the other in our lives. Whether a boss, co-worker, family member, church member, religious people, friend, partner or perhaps, a passing stranger, once they are judgmental, they always have some critical remarks and judgement on everything we do, be it  right ...

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Ashes for ashes: When time is up!

By Oladotun O. Fadeyiye Today is indeed a memorable one for the families of Madiba and Paul Walker of ‘Fast and Furious’ star actor. They are both laid to rest and committed to mother earth respectively in their home countries. One out of many reasons, that prompted me to come up with this rather gloomy blog, is what these two ...

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