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It was English Novelist George Eliot who said; “Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them.” Death is indeed the final stop for every man but what makes humans immortal is the good works they have engaged in while in flesh and blood. Their frantic efforts on earth throw them into…
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The housing crisis in the country appears to be deepening despite efforts by both federal and state governments to bridge the deficit.
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It is not enough to have talent and skills; you must understand the power of building valuable relationships. Relationships matter more than money.
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For his bravery through his strident, satirical numbers that made him both hero to Africa’s poor and renegade to the governments, Afrobeat pioneer, Fela Anikulapo Kuti,..
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Targeted at highlighting and exploring new pathways in creativity, architecture, industrial design, interior design, furniture design, graphics design and technology so that a growing community...
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Lagos State Mortgage Board, otherwise known as Lagos Homs, was inaugurated in 2014 with the mandate to reduce the housing deficit in the state.
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Echoes of this year’s World Tourism Day (WTD) have continued to reverberate across the world. Celebrated on September 27 yearly by all nations of the world, particularly by countries and communities ...
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Delegates attending the Festival Panafricain du Cinéma de Ouagadougou otherwise called FESPACO had a feel of Nigeria on Wednesday, as notable filmmaker and CEO of KAP and KAP Hub, Kunle Afolayan..
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Debuts at No. 9 On Billboard Hot 100 Grammy-winning Afro-RnB singer, Wizkid, has moved up to the ninth position on the acclaimed Billboard Hot 100 chart with his platinum-certified record, Essence, becoming the first African artiste to ever record such a feat. Also, in a separate interview with Rollingstone Magazine, the father-of-three also shared that…
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It was the Singer Falz and comic actor Mr. Macaroni who led the car procession to mark the first anniversary of the #EndSARS protest in Lekki area of Lagos. While those entertainers ‘led from the front’, some notable Nollywood celebrities took to their social media timeliness to lend their support to anniversary, all of them…
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YouTube has announced a roster of 54 artistes, songwriters and producers selected to join the YouTube Black Voices Music Class of 2022.
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Needless to say that Africa by virtue of its rich culture and tradition have immeasurable interior designs that are unparalleled.
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Miss Kasi Usani has emerged winner of this year’s Face of Niger-Delta Cultural Pageant contest, carting home a car, an endorsement deal

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“It is only when they go wrong that machines remind you how powerful they are.” -  Clive James “There is money in tech”. This is by far the major motivation these days. Anyone giving it a go at the tech industry is majorly doing so because of the money that can be made. This is…
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Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said Sunday that an explosion in the capital Kampala that killed one person and injured five was "a terrorist act" and vowed to hunt down those responsible.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday told his foreign minister to expel the ambassadors of 10 countries, including Germany and the United States...
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The Federal Government and some Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) have decried increasing cases of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) against women and girls in spite of the domestication of extant laws in the country. They also expressed concern over harmful traditional practices against women and girls when there are laws against such practices. These stakeholders…
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The Nigeria National Polio Plus Committee (NNPPC) has advised Nigerian parents to continue to get their children immunised against polio despite the fact that the country was certified polio-free by the WHO in 2020.