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5 Mar
Beyond theory, strategic communication doesn’t seek publicity in whatever ways through the media. It considers the dynamics of the environment, the target audiences, their behaviours, and trending issues for effective messaging. Creative thinking is crucial in strategic communication, towards offering better ideas, and sound judgment in responding to issues in the most responsible manner. Sometime…
19 Feb
ASUU is perennially in the news and sometimes for the very wrong reasons. Two recent events precipitate this piece. The first is the resolution to yet embarking on another strike over the Federal Government’s indisposition to honour agreements. Whilst this may be within the legal objects of ASUU, quite a number of members have questioned…
19 Feb
One of the key factors that promote the development of digital economy is establishing Information technology centres, where business, innovation and entrepreneurship are nurtured by building ideas. It is used in many countries as a tool to promote the development of both upstream and downstream IT components for economic development across all sectors. The  National…
6 Feb
"Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste death but once." When arguably the all-time world's greatest playwright, Williams Shakespeare, penned the above immortal lines in Act 2 Scene 2 of his bestseller, Julius Caesar, he must have had a long peep into the future of one his country's colonies and envisioned…
20 Jan
As the race for who eventually occupies the Dennis Osadebe House Asaba as the Number One Citizen of Delta State heightens, there appears to be a general consensus that Delta Central Senatorial District is poised to produce the next occupant, according to what has been loosely termed the Zoning Formula of the Ruling Party PDP.…
19 Jan
With the proliferation of online gambling around the globe, we are seeing millions of people gambling in countries that we never thought of as countries that would support online gambling. It's fair to say that Nigeria would be one of those countries. When a third-world country has issues with poverty, we tend to forget that…
6 Jan
FIRST LETTER In celebrating Professor Bolaji Akinyemi at 80, Professor Monye, former Executive Secretary of the National Planning Commission, a former Special Adviser to the President on Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, and the Chief Policy Adviser to the Governor of Delta State, wrote from Asaba in Delta State, Nigeria. Akinyemi was just 33 years old…
5 Jan
Nigeria has a low internet penetration rate of only 3.6 percent, but it is faced with the same cyber threats of the same aggressiveness and sophistication observed in other countries. According to Cybersafe Foundation, an African nongovernmental organization that advocates for inclusive and safe digital access, there is a need for greater awareness and collaboration…
27 Dec 2021
Nigeria and China have come a long way. It is safe to conclude that the two countries are on an enduring relationship that is daily blossoming and growing to a huge bilateral synergy built on strong mutual benefits. China’s investment in Africa and by extension Nigeria is phenomenal and has over time progressively transformed into…
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9 Dec 2021
Change in innovation is expectedly trailed by regulatory laws. ICT regulation is a set of rules that guides the use of ICT systems. ICT has advanced throughout the long haul and has come to stay in Nigeria. A lot of establishments exist in Nigeria tending to grouped spaces in human life. In the ICT locale,…
8 Dec 2021
Baskets upon baskets of luscious-looking tomato seeds gathered from the farms. 70 youths who were part of the Oyo Hub of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Agrihub Nigeria, launched in August 2021, were excited as they harvested their crops. “We are almost finished with this cycle of harvest,” a delighted Waheed Oni, Agrihub…
26 Nov 2021
Africa as a continent has seen impressive economic growth in recent years. Many countries in the continent are thriving whilst others are still struggling with civil war or terrorism. In this guide, we identify the industries and countries that are currently experiencing growth and most importantly are becoming politically stable. In development terms, there are…

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Eden Hazard admitted Saturday that Belgium's best chance to win the World Cup had come and gone but said they still have the quality and experience to lift the trophy in Qatar. Belgium, who finished third at the tournament in Russia in 2018, are still ranked second in the world but many of the much-vaunted…
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US authorities announced a ban Friday on the import or sale of communications equipment deemed "an unacceptable risk to national security" -- including gear from Chinese giants Huawei Technologies and ZTE. Both firms have been on a roster of companies listed as a threat by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and the new rules bar…