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Hospitals for Humanity set to save more Nigerian Children and Youth with Heart Diseases!

Hospitals for Humanity (HFH), a non-profit organization registered in Nigeria and the United States which has been running Paediatric Cardiothoracic Surgical Initiative (PCTSI) in Nigeria for the last few years and has carried out life-saving heart surgery on 40 children in partnership with National Hospital Abuja and Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) with an international team of cardio-surgeons and other ...

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Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry, TZE Synergise to Support SMEs with ICTHUB intiative

Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with The Zariah Elizabeth Foundation (TZE) is currently making collaborative efforts to support SMEs through the use of ICT to promote businesses within and around Abuja through her initiative called ICTHUB. This initiative according to Executive Director of The Zariah Elizabeth Foundation, Mr. Akindayo Akindolani, will afford the ICT enthusiasts the rare opportunity to interact with ...

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ACC GROUP Shares Highlights of Abuja Charity Carnival 2016 for the IDPs

Abuja Charity Carnival Roadshow 2016, an initiative of group of professionals and entertainment outfits in Abuja such as SUM Entertainment, Goldlynx Multimedia, Dotunroy.com, clickonvenue.com amongst others held on Saturday 29th October after much publicity with glitz and glamour celebrating Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)  living within the suburbs of the Federal Capital Territory, raising their hope, restoring their lost dignities as ...

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RAN set to hold Political Orientation Workshop for young Nigerians in #Abuja

Re-Orientation Advocates of Nigeria (RAN) is set to hold yet another life-changing  citizen re-orientation programme for the Nigerian youth  tagged ‘School of Politics: Grooming New Generation Leaders for Positive Influence”. The workshop which has been slated to hold on the 10th November, 2016 in Abuja is aimed at positively shaping the mindset of the young Nigerians between the ages 25-45 ...

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ONE, NMA PROTEST FOR IMPROVED HEALTHCARE SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

ONE, a campaigning and advocacy organisation taking action to end extreme poverty and diseases in Africa in collaboration with Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) and other Civil Society Organisations such as DEAN Initiative, Women Wing among others had called on Presidential Buhari and other policy makers in Nigeria to make investment in health sector a priority particular in the 2017 Budget ...

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UNION BANK OFFERS AMAZING FINANCIAL SERVICES TO ITS CUSTOMERS ACROSS BOARD!

Union Bank, one of the top financial institutions in Nigeria is currently blazing the trail and dazzling its esteemed customers with various amazing packages for effective, efficient and easy banking services and transactions. Recently won the most coveted Award of the Most Improved in Retail Banking in Nigeria at the 2016 Business Day Banking Awards, Union Bank has consistently for ...

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The Place called ‘SIGNATURE’ in the city of Abuja

If you are a socialite, fun loving and a resident of Abuja and you have not stopped over to catch some fun, treat yourself to special delicacies and enjoy the touch of excellence at the ‘SIGNATURE’ a popular relaxation spot in Wuse 2, the highbrow of the Federal Capital City then you are indeed missing in action! Don’t ask me ...

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Amala Korner, haven for the lovers of local cuisine in Abuja

Just right in the heart of Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, an adjacent view to the famous National Mosque situated a serene, reserved green and eco-friendly area called WoodBrigde Garden and right at the centre of the Garden standing a hut-like masterpiece building with an inscription ‘Amala Korner’. A closer look at this building one would fall in love with the ...

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The Spiritual side of Aso Villa By Reuben Abati

People tend to be alarmed when the Nigerian Presidency takes certain decisions. They don’t think the decision makes sense. Sometimes, they wonder if something has not gone wrong with the thinking process at that highest level of the country. I have heard people insist that there is some form of witchcraft at work in the country’s seat of government. I ...

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Is the West hypocritical or is Adeosun hypercritical?

Greg Odogwu If there was any person who felt let down by the words of the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, in Washington last week, I was the one. It was during a discussion on the importance of addressing infrastructure gaps in developing countries at the World Bank, International Monetary Fund General Meetings, that Adeosun put it to the West ...

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