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27 Feb
When I shared my 40 lessons on life in 40-odd years in the last few columns, I touched upon work but didn’t want to delve too much as I believe, as a colleague said the other day...
9 Jan
Considering the fact that COVID-19 pandemic is still ravaging with more intensity, as part of the keeping safe measures, you may have to reconsider making the best of your home office if you already have one.
26 Jul 2020
A United Kingdom court has ordered the UK Home Office to pay for and facilitate the return of a Nigerian man deported to Nigeria in March 2018. The man, granted anonymity in the case, was jailed for four-and-a-half years for being a ‘prime mover in a criminal enterprise.’ He was jailed after he and ‘others…
14 Sep 2019
While we all talk about shunning mediocrity and excelling through hard work, people forget that charity begins at home, meaning, the first and last workplace for anyone in the home.

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Uzbekistan elections set to deliver an easy victory to President Shavkat Mirziyoyev were "not truly competitive" despite reforms in the Central Asian country, an international monitoring mission said Monday.
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Nigerians trading cryptocurrency on Luno will be able to deposit and withdraw in local currency from November, the trading platform said on Monday. "We’re thrilled to announce that deposits and withdrawals in Naira will resume on the Luno platform in November," Luno told its users in an email. Luno halted naira deposit and withdrawal for…
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A UN humanitarian aid flight destined for the capital of the Tigray region in northern Ethiopia, was forced to return to Addis Ababa due to airstrikes on Friday, raising “serious concerns” for the safety of staff working on the ground, said the UN’s Emergency Relief Coordinator, in a statement. NEW YORK, USA, October 25, 2021,-/African Media…
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Online payments giant PayPal has said it is not seeking to buy Pinterest, ending days of speculation that had prompted shares in the image-sharing site to soar.
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The United States government will on Wednesday begin an appeal to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to face trial for publishing military secrets, after a British judge blocked a request earlier this year.