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25 Aug 2018
As part of activities to celebrate the 100th birthday of former South African President, Nelson Mandela, the Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD) will recognise some young people in its Class 2018 of Nigerians Inside Africa /Across Diaspora.  The honorees, which have been picked will by September join others form different parts of Africa and the world…
2 Jul 2018
The call for a new breed of leaders to take Nigeria to the next level of governance yielded fresh fruits yesterday, with the emergence of Chike Ukaegbu, as a new entrant into the 2019 presidential race.

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