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31 Mar
All is set for the Ignite Conference 2022, a three-day event starting from Friday April 22 to Sunday April 24, 2022. Ignite Conference
28 Dec
The Igbinedion University, Okada (IUO) is set to commence a series of conversations on graduates job expo for the overall benefit of students, its Vice-Chancellor, Prof Lawrence Ezemonye has said.
18 Nov 2021
A non-governmental organisation, Transformer Tribe has trained 1, 000 youths on strategies for growth in life, business and career.
7 Nov 2021
To read Onyeka Onwenu’s autobiography is to be a fly on the wall completely absorbed in multilayered intimate conversations with her about a thoroughly fascinating life...
17 May 2021
The career paths of this world are numerous. Some of which are tagged more important and sophisticated than others. In the society that we live in, people place a high value on careers in the science, technology, and financial services sector. However, the world is evolving, and people are becoming more enlightened about the endless…
8 Feb 2021
The news flash of Prince Tony Momoh’s transition to luminous heights, as he himself would have described his own passage to immortality, was a rude shock to me.
27 Jan 2021
Dear Young Professional is a 128-page, seven-chapter career bible, which chronicles life experiences, deceptions, and pitfalls young people face in the corporate world. It also captures the essence of self-leadership and discovery in determining a person’s career path. In the book, Christina Soname, a career developer and consultant with LYD Consulting, interrogates the dilemma of…
4 Jan 2021
The New Year is always a time of new beginnings, a time for a change, and a time to set goals. So naturally, it is expected to set new career goals and make some important career changes if need be. In fact, January is believed to be the busiest job searching month of the year.…
20 Dec 2020
There are many reasons why the enemy wants to cover a man with a veil. One of them is to prevent your helpers from locating you. The veil makes them unable to identify you and so they turn away. Another purpose of a veil is to change your identity. This is different from being covered.…
15 Aug 2020
Last week, I told you about the first set of bosses I endured in the first part of my career. These were the years spanning from my early twenties...
19 Mar 2020
In a country where it is generally believed that some professions are more lucrative and beneficial than some others, students have been advised to follow their interest
16 Jan 2020
Youths are filled with limitless optimism; the feeling that you can achieve anything, be anybody if you try hard, if you look hard enough you can find something redeeming in even the worst of situation. However, some questions constantly come as a nagging thought; so many what-ifs that can turn your world upside down. What…

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The Nigerian government on Monday said it has shortlisted about 8,800 students for scholarship opportunities abroad. The shortlisted students were from among 26,000 that applied for its overseas scholarship programme backed by Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF). The annual PTDF scholarship has been ongoing since 2000, giving sponsorship placements for Nigerians acquiring masters and Ph.Ds.…
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Former Nigeria's minister of state for education and a presidential aspirant, Dr Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, Monday said he supported the decision by the ruling All Progressives Congress to attach the controversial letter of withdrawal to the Expression of Interest and Nomination forms sold to aspirants. The withdrawal letter addressed to the National Chairman of the party,…
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Godwin Emefiele, Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), on Monday, withdrew the suit he filed against the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the Attorney-General of the Federation over his presidential ambition. Emefiele, through his counsel, S.T. Maliki, told Justice Ahmed Mohammed that a notice of discontinuance had been filed and served on the…
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Racism remains part of "everyday life" in South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa said Monday, after a scandal erupted over a viral video showing the humiliation of black students.
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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Zone D, on Monday, threatened to shut down major airports if the face-off between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government continued.