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23 Jul 2019
Angry reactions from social media have continued to trail Nigerian comedian Victor Ebiye for colour-shaming Kenyan actress, Lupita Nyongo'o. The internet comedian posted on his Instagram a picture with his face smeared in a black substance and the caption: "After giving lupita head". This immediately sparked a flurry of angry reactions from Nigerians. https://twitter.com/TheIgboWolf/status/1153371492828291072 https://twitter.com/Thesasquatch_/status/1153382982520098818 https://twitter.com/AyoJaguda/status/1153390750152953862…
16 Jan 2018
The outgoing year has been an interesting one for PR professionals and brands across Nigeria. It’s the year that many brands saw a need to tighten their belts...

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NEW YORK, USA, 5 October 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-Teachers are at the heart of education, and their valuable work must also lead to better salaries and working conditions, the heads of three UN agencies and a partner organization said on Wednesday. The statement comes in their joint message to mark World Teachers’ Day, celebrated annually on 5…
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