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7 Jun 2020
Entertainment is one of only a few unifying factors that bind Nigerians as a people. Sports, also a form of entertainment, is the other.
29 Aug 2016
The manufacturing and telecommunications sectors are becoming more adversely affected by the recession in the economy.
5 Aug 2016
India’s largest telecom network operator, Bharti Airtel Ltd, reported a 30.8 per cent fall in first-quarter net profit on Wednesday, blaming an adverse foreign exchange impact in Nigeria, although it beat analysts’ estimates.

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Ugochukwu Ogbonnaya Oduenyi is one Nigerian player who has gone round the mill in search of greener pastures and his latest adventure to Serbian club FK Javor-Matis Ivanjica, a club he joined on January 17, will see Oduenyi leading the attacking line of the second division side. The 25-year-old striker decided early on in life…
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Kevin Olu, a Senior Special Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa,  has said that his principal has taken Delta state to new heights of development in all sectors and indices for measuring human and societal strides. Olu, who has been in the corridors of power for over eight years now and has closely worked with other…
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Tunisia shocked Nigeria and Burkina Faso edged Gabon on Sunday to set up an Africa Cup of Nations last-eight showdown, while minnows Comoros prepared to use an outfield player as a goalkeeper when...
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A passenger bus driver lost his life on Sunday evening when a truck fell on the bus at Toll Gate on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway.
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The Omicron variant has moved the Covid-19 pandemic into a new phase and could bring it to an end in Europe, the WHO Europe director said Sunday.