Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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Cultural Activists Strive to Preserve Ethnic Languages in Nigeria

There are more than 250 ethnic languages spoken in Nigeria. Many are sadly, becoming extinct. With the amalgamation of a historic land mass and former kingdom by our British colonizers into a country we now...

#WCW: Mocheddah

25-year-old music artist turned style star, Mocheddah is rising fast to dominate the fashion scene. Her personal style over the years has transitioned from punk rockish-not-so-chic (reminiscent of her dancer-rapper girl days) to a glorified glam...

Dangote Extends Cement Output; Starts Construction of New Cement Plants in Edo and Ogun

The most progressive African company, the Dangote Group has announced the development of the cement sector of the company for 2016. Dangote Cement Plc sector expansion is targeted to the Itori region of Ogun state...

The Pains and Gains of the JAMB

By Olutayo Irantiola The Joint Admission Matriculation Board more popularly known as JAMB introduced the Computer Based Test (CBT) version of its exam in 2015 to stop examination malpractice. However, the experience has brought gains...

Extraordinary People-Powered Football Pitch Comes to Nigeria

The first of its kind in Africa, the football pitch sponsored by Shell and Pavegen in their make the future campaign was first piloted in Rio de Janeiro in 2014. It made its way...

Dangote Cement Industry Increases Job Opportunities in Ghana

A few years after the Dangote Group extended its cement manufacturing branch to Ghana, the firm has announced the highly accelerated growth that was achieved in Ghana. As matter of fact, an urgent need of...

Boycotting Tomatoes

While the cost of tomatoes is the new cause of household squabbles between spouses and tomato ebola sees no end in sight, I decided, while talking to my mum about this tomato business, that...

Nigerian Army to Pay for Education of Slain Soldiers’ Children

By Peter Clottey The Nigerian army said it would pay for the education of at least four children for each soldier killed in the counterinsurgency fight against the Islamist militant group Boko Haram in the...

Football, My Joy And Passion – Iheanacho

Many Nigerian parents’ wishes have always been to see their children graduate from school in flying colors and become somebody influential in the society. However, Super Eagles and Manchester City midfielder, Kelechi Iheanacho, revealed...

Ramadan Lessons: Humility, Sacrifice, Muslim Unity

July 5 (Kaduna) Ramadan, the ninth month of the Hijra (Islāmic) Calendar, is the most sacred month of the year for Muslims. Muslims fast in the month because fasting is one of the five...

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Nigeria @ 56: Economic Recession Won’t Last For Long, Buhari Appeals...

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians that his administration would find a lasting solution to the economic recession. Buhari made this known during his Independence...