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Magbedu Photo Contest

Upload your photo for a chance to win up to $500 in Magbedu Photo Contest. Click for more info http://goo.gl/z65D64″

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Gutsura Relocation, An Unfulfiled Promise!

Oladotun Fadeyiye Effects of climate change on human is inevitable. It has also been proven with facts that Africa Continent is actually one of the most vulnerable continents to climate change effects due to lack of effective structure to mitigate these effects such as desert encroachment and incessant and perennial flooding which is part of our major rainy season experiences, ...

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[Photos] Mike and Gloria Bamiloye storm Bollywood for their Next Evangelical Movie!

Wow….kudos to Bamiloyes! I could remember as a little child I saw this couple in “Agbara Nla and other Evangelical movies series, most of which were locally produced by Mount Zion Ministries. It is indeed a welcome development to see them partnering with Bollywood in their Evangelical Movie Ministry. Bollywood is regarded as one of the largest movie makers in ...

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Launching of the Long-awaited Book "The Metamorphoses of Nigeria (1914 – 2014)" is here!

Dotun Roy Come this October which is the month of our independence celebration as a sovereign nation and 2014 being the year of Nigeria’s centenary celebration as a country. Three thoroughbred and patriotic Nigerians are set to make history. These guys have deemed it fit to raise the bar and they are equally already to prove to all Nigerians, African ...

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Photos: RETHINK NIGERIA: Festival of Ideas in Abuja, Nigeria

Dotun Roy Today 9th september, Shehu Musa Yaradua Centre, Abuja saw another turn out of Youth across the six geo-political zones in Nigeria convened to deliberate on the future of Nigerian Youth in Governance and electioneering, security and policy making. This event which was tagged RETIHINK NIGERIA is a Youth driven initiative under the platform of the most powerful political ...

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Youth and Today's Politics in the Third World

Dotun Roy It is quite reasonable and commendable that youth relegation in today’s politics is gradually becoming a thing of the past, particularly in the developed world (G7 nations) where so much confidence is now being place in the active youth participation in politics. Couple of days ago, I stumbled on a story about a Nigerian who might just end ...

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News Flash for Never Do Well Hackers!

Oladotun OF It is no doubt that in as much as technology in the 21st Century has made the world a global village, it has got its down sides. Aside from popular internet scam that every compliant individual dreaded, “Bad Hacking” is gradually becoming order of day in this part of the world. What I mean by bad hacking is ...

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Youth Unemployment in the 21st Century: Way Forward

Oladotun OF The increase in the level of youth unemployment in africa and across the world, is not only worrisome but pathetic. The global unemployment rate among 15- to 24-year-olds was estimated at 12.6% in 2013, with 73 million people jobless worldwide, according to the International Labour Organization. Levels of informal employment among young people are soaring and youth are ...

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How to Avoid Conflicts in the Workplace?

By Oladotun Olumuyiwa F. Psychological climate in the team is one of the main criteria to which many job seekers pay attention when choosing the place of work. However, if financial and other details relating to the new position can be discussed during the preliminary conversation with the management or at the interview stage, the relationship of colleagues and working ...

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Fashion Malady

By Oladotun Olumuyiwa F. The world is fast changing into what I cannot explain. Things that were considered abnormal and weird in the time past are gradually becoming part of our daily lives. Ladies dressing in scanty outfit to social gathering, men wearing stuffs meant for ladies, older men turning into full-fledge pedophile overnight, chasing after teenage girl and even ...

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