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The Future of Work and The Work of The Future… by Olufunke Amobi

The future of work is already upon us and it is clearly defined by Technology. This implies that the work or Jobs of the future belongs to those who can maximize and explore modern Technologies to their advantage. By the year 2025, which is just about 8 years from now, a lot of jobs would have been taken over by ...

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Google, Paradigm Initiative to Host Workshops in Seven Cities for NGOs

Seven cities of Nigeria will play host to a series of workshop dedicated to nonprofit and social enterprises interested in applying for the 2018 Google Impact Challenge Nigeria. The workshop which is organized by Paradigm Initiative on behalf of Google will hold in Aba, Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Jos, Port Harcourt and Yola between June 25 and 27, 2018. According to ...

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Algeria and Iraq shut down #internet to prevent exam cheating

The government takes the decision in an effort to prevent a repeat of the 2016 leaks in high school exams The Algerian government has ordered telecom companies to shut down the internet in the country for several hours every day for the next few days to prevent high school students from cheating. Facebook will be blocked completely during the five days the ...

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Ethiopia unblocks censored TVs and Websites

A senior Ethiopian official says the country has opened access to 264 blocked websites and TV broadcasters. Fitsum Arega, who is the prime minister’s chief of staff, said in his tweet that “freedom of expression is a foundational right” and “essential for engaged and responsible” citizens. He added that “only a free market of ideas will lead to the truth”. Among the ...

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The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo signs a decree to control the online Media

The Minister of Communication and Media, Lambert Mende Omalanga signed on June 14, 2018 an order implementing measures of the law 96-002 of June 22, 1996 setting the modalities of the exercise of the freedom press in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This order stipulates in the preamble that it is in accordance with article 83 of the constitution of ...

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Full text of the Speech of President Muhammadu Buhari at the Signing into Law, the 2018 Appropiation Bill

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has finally signed the 2018 Appropriation Bill as he has promised earlier this month. However, he has also stated that has was compelled to sign the Bill against his original plans for the 2018 fiscal year. Read the full text of his speech at signing of the Budget below : I would like to thank the ...

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DNF, IPAS officially Premiere #AkachiTheSeries in Abuja!

Akachi the Series, a new release drama series that seeks to address several misconceptions and myths around sexual and reproductive health and rights by the Dorothy Njemanze Foundation in conjunction with IPAS Nigeria has been officially screened for the general public in Abuja today, 20th June. The screening which took place at the Silverbird Cinema Abuja had huge turn-out of ...

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Ijebu Ode High On 2019 Hope As Adebutu Visits

Hon. Ladi Adebutu, a member of the Federal House of Representatives, now running for Ogun State governor’s seat moves his campaign train to Ijebu Ode, with the enthusiastic people of Ijebu Ode and party members already aligning to make the rally one to remember. And among them is a National Assembly hopeful, Hon. Femi Odulaja, representing Ijebu Central Constituency which ...

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[Download] Gospel Songbirds, SELAH Debuts Hit Single, “Sing Halleluyah”!

Vibes Records International introduces to the gospel music market the sensational duo; Selah, a multi-talented contemporary gospel duo, songwriters, praise and worship/ music ministers. Selah’s lead single, “Sing Halleluyah” comes with a uniquely outstanding groove and inspiring lyrics that will lift your spirit. This track comes with a promise of great voices to be enjoyed on the move, in Christian ...

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What June 12 Reveals About Nigerian Democracy..

The 1993 election was annulled because a free and fair election in Nigeria is fundamentally unacceptable to the powers-that-be in the North. Exactly 25 years ago, a landmark election was held in Nigeria after ten long years of military rule. There were two main contestants: Moshood Abiola of the Social Democratic Party and Bashir Tofa of the National Republican Convention. ...

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