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Kunle Coker is a quintessential and consummate actor, who could aptly be described as a bridge-builder between the ancient and modern of the entertainment and film industry.
A Professor of Geology at Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun State, John Adewole Adeola, has said that the exploration and economic values of mineral resources could be a viable means of revenue and economic drivers for Nigeria’s development.
Dr. Ezekiel Adamu is an entrepreneur, who has made a mark in the event management industry. He began his entrepreneurial journey by founding Balmoral Events and Halls, which he has nurtured into a successful brand.
The second cohort of Ashoka Young Change makers (AYC) Nigeria, unveiled by Ashoka Africa Foundation in Lagos, have solicited for partnership in reducing incidences of the Almajiri syndrome, illiteracy and other societal malaise among young people in the country.
In line with his resolve to build and empower entrepreneurs across Africa starting with Nigeria, founder of the African Economic Merit Awards (AEMA), McEva Temofe has instituted AEMAimspire University Tour. Targeted at university students, the project aims to inspire African students to become entrepreneurs, employers of labour and business executives.
Forty-one-year-old Juliana Ijeoma Ironsi, a mother of two, who hails from Amizi Okahia, Olokoro, in Umuahia South Local Council of Abia State has been diagnosed with a renal failure.
Maji Peterx is the Country Director, Equal Access International (Nigeria) with over 20 years of experience working on peace building, governance, trauma healing, youth development, community resilience, social cohesion, restorative justice and Preventing and Transforming Violent Extremism (PTVE).
The idea to celebrate International Mother Language Day (IMLD) initiated by Bangladesh was approved by the 1999 UNESCO General Conference and has been observed worldwide since 2000.
My New Year Message to Nigerians is that people should learn to know their rights and fight for their rights. A lot of Nigerians are living in ignorance.
8 Dec 2022
Our true worth is not in the things we have, but the impact we make in the lives of others. Seemingly, many believe giving to those who are less fortunate in life is a responsibility for the wealthy. But unknowingly, it is a duty for all, undertaken only by those whose heart beat for others.…
5 Nov 2022
I was born in Lagos in 1967, during the Nigeria Civil War as the third child and first son of my late father, Chief Michael Peter Okumagba and by virtue into the Okumagba family of Okere Urhobo Warri.
17 Oct 2022
Aisha Ochuwa, a business magnate who uses strategic planning to direct company endeavours, is still a prominent woman leader of our time. Her advancement in the economic world has resulted in great success. Aisha Ochuwa takes the reins as a driving force behind women's executive top positions for highly qualified development opportunities for all women…