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28 Feb 2017
The second set of the virtues are Simplicity, Service and Sacrifice – the virtues that ensure that your leadership endures and that its impact lasts beyond your time.
24 Feb 2017
Housing is an essential component of our existence and that was why successive administrations have repeatedly said they the need of about millions of Naira to take care...
24 Feb 2017
The five principles of progress Progress doesn’t exist in a vacuum; it involves certain elements or factors within which it must operate. These certain elements or factors are the principles...
24 Feb 2017
In a bid to boost the morale of officers and men of the Nigeria armed forces currently fighting insurgency in the North East, Erisco Foods Limited has donated a trailer load of food items...
24 Feb 2017
The law of the first statement - This law states that, in a busy world, your first statement must grab the prospect’s attention, then elicit the response, “tell me more.”
17 Feb 2017
The law of first impression - This law states that, “the aim of a first impression is to cause a mental interruption” Do you sell online, offline or both.
17 Feb 2017
The year 2016 was a very challenging year as that was the time the exchange rate changed dramatically from an average of N200.00 to N350.00 to a Dollar in the history of the Nigerian economy.
17 Feb 2017
Both scenarios painted above points to one singular truth; progress does not exist in vacuum. It is a combination of two or more factors or elements which are to be defined by the parties involved.
17 Feb 2017
I wish I could take the credit for all of the strategies I share in Winning at Work and in my books.  But the truth is that I learn far more from the people around me than I could ever teach.
10 Feb 2017
One of the most enjoyable aspects of what I do for a living has been the opportunity to meet and work with great many people who are at the pinnacle of their professions.
10 Feb 2017
Being an entrepreneur, I’m sure this question has crossed your mind lately. At the start of a new year like this, a lot of progress related questions like these goes through our mind;
10 Feb 2017
Drugfield Pharmaceuticals Limited, a wholly indigenous drug manufacturing outfit started operations in Nigeria after approval and due recognition by relevant agencies and bodies.

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President Muhammadu Buhari has said that no single government can solve the mirage of problems confronting Nigeria, noting that it will take the combined efforts of successive governments to achieve.
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The Nigeria Data Protection Bureau (NDPB) has commenced investigation into allegations of data breach by Guarantee Trust and Zenith Banks.
1 hour ago
Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq at the weekend met with a rich crop of Kwara Professionals resident in Lagos, debriefing them on the journey since 2019, the measurable strides of his administration across different sectors, and his vision for the state when re-elected in the 2023 ballot. The briefing was a continuation of the Governor’s…
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Australian Open champion Aryna Sabalenka climbed to second in the new WTA rankings released on Monday after claiming her first Grand Slam title as Poland's Iga Swiatek retained top spot.