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10 top high-paying professions in Nigeria

There are quite a number of high-paying professions in Nigeria, but just few are in the top rank by virtue of the income (salary) earned over a period of time by these...
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Soyinka – Why World War III may be caused by Nigerian

A noble laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka, on Wednesday, said fake news may cause World War III if effort was not made to curb it. He was speaking at a...
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50 Black Styles with Natural Hair for Medium Length

With so many African American natural hairstyles for medium length hair to pick from, you’d think it was barely possible to fall into a ‘hair rut’, but so many women do. It’s...
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How to Download Video ss Youtube

What do you do when you want to get something onto your phone from YouTube? YouTube is a great app for watching and sharing videos. But what if you want to download...

Diabetes can cause blindness – Ophthalmologist

Dr Zailani Isa, the Chief Consultant Ophthalmologist, National Hospital, Abuja, has warned that diabetes could lead to blindness if not properly managed.He gave the warning in an interview with News Agency of...

IPOB: Enemy of democracy, By Gracelyn Eshet

The increasing notoriety of the IPOB, this time as an external terror group, is yet another baffling example of the rising profile of counter-democratic forces in Nigeria. Gone are the days when...

Afro-phobia: Defying South Africa, Nigerian geniuses and scammers, by Taju Tijani

Tongues are clattering. Tails are wagging.  Adrenalin rage is on the boiling point. A ground swell of rising tide of negative opinion is bitterly working against Nigerians from Andalusia to Zimbabwe....

Diary of an ex-anti-apartheid activist: These South Africans are simply ungrateful, by Kayode Oladele

As a young law student at the University of Lagos, I belonged to several campus organizations that were devoted to anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. Unilag at the time was also...

Who do ‘Magu boys’ work for, EFCC or an emperor? By Fredrick Nwabufo

A scathing detraction to professionalism in Nigeria is the customisation of public offices. Institutions are built around personalities rather than on principles and service. The corrugation of Nigeria’s public...

The good Nigerians of Japan, by Femi Adesina

there are some Nigerian rascals abroad. But every country has its share of deviants, both at home and abroad. Not all Nigerians in the Diaspora are crooks, though some drag the country’s...

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