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30 Jul
The attention of our families — Awofusi Descendants Family and Keji Odofin Royal Family— was drawn to the publication in the media (not The Guardian) on July 6, 2022, which deserves my prompt response
25 Jul
Not unlike other areas of life, the legal sector is experiencing a technological influx, due to, but not limited to the fact that lots of transactions can be carried out with the click of a button.
20 Jul
When the great William Shakespeare wrote Hamlets historic line that has captivated, dazzled, and intrigued generations of scholars, academia and millions of students of literature since its 1600 origin
9 Jul
Resilience, perseverance, distinction, and vibrancy are some traits that make up the Nigerian spirit. Despite the stereotypes existing even within Africa about the Nigerian man...
26 Jun
The signing of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) 2021 into law brought an end to a 20-year agitation to reform the oil and gas sector in Nigeria.
14 Jun
Mr Daniel (not his real name) had been calling our office number at AFRUCA Manchester throughout the weekend trying desperately to speak to one of our social workers.
14 Jun
Grooming Centre recently launched a photobook, Stories of Impact: Real Women, Real Lives, Real Impact, at the Grooming Centre Hall at Ejigbo, Lagos.
26 May
Also known as compassion fatigue, vicarious/secondary trauma is a process through which one’s own experience becomes transformed through engagement with an individual’s trauma.
20 May
Head, Human Resources at MacTay, Olufunmilayo Olaifa, has said it is important for Human Resources (HR) practitioners and professionals in Nigeria to evolve as the world witnesses contemporary trends across diverse industries.
8 May
As fields of study, “Surveying” and “Geoinformatics” address problems and issues, which affect every Nigerian, in some way. Their myriad sub-disciplines, collectively, measure Earth’s land, air and water masses and monitor the physical processes, associated with them.
8 May
The idea of infusing entrepreneurship studies into the educational curriculum has gained immense ground in the last few decades, just as it has generated some positive results.
17 Apr
After almost four years in captivity, Habiba Musa was one of the Chibok girls released by Boko Haram, in 2017 in the North East. The 22-year-old is back in school, where she is studying
25 Mar
Come March 26, 2022, the All Progressives Congress (APC) will hold its long-awaited national convention.

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3 hours ago
Tems was listed on the lineup of performers at the 10th anniversary of the Global Citizen Festival. The 2022 Global Music Festival is scheduled to hold on Saturday, 24th September 2022, in New York City’s Central Park, presented by Citi and Cisco, and Black Star Square in Accra, Ghana, presented by Harith General Partners. Since…
4 hours ago
Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State on Thursday said work on the state’s Leather Hub has reached 65 per cent completion.
4 hours ago
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday received the new President of the ECOWAS Commission and his Management Team, telling them the kind of sub-regional body West African leaders desire and must have.
4 hours ago
The Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, says state governors have no justification to challenge the $418 million deductions from the Paris Club refund paid to consultants they hired.
5 hours ago
Shiraz Khota, Human Experience Management Sales Leader at SAP Africa JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 11 August 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- With the world gripped in a state of unprecedented uncertainty following the disruption of the pandemic and the transformational impact of technology, companies are facing an uphill battle with attracting, motivating and retaining top talent. According to Shiraz…