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Joycee Awosika

11 Sep
The rise of the buzzword “organic” became prevalent in the early 2000s. It initially started with the idea of consumers feeling a need to change food choices and introduce organic options to live a healthier lifestyle. The rise of organic living was primarily driven by a place of fear. People were worried about the chemicals in their…
1 Sep 2017
Joycee Awosika is passionate about leaving a legacy that will outlive her. She realised that a nine-to-five job won’t quite cut it, so she decided to delve into an area that has remained an issue since the beginning of time – skin care. In 2015, she became the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of OrikiGroup,…

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) yesterday, produced Form CF001, containing WAEC-GCE certificate and Secondary School Testimonial of Governor Ademola Adeleke before the Osun Election Petitions Tribunal, sitting in Osogbo.
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As queues for fuel continue to grow in most parts of the country, the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA) insists there are no plans by the Federal Government to increase the price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS).
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Carloha Nigeria has reaffirmed its commitment to the development of technological advancement in automobile engineering, especially as regards the purchase of used-vehicles for sub-Saharan Africa usage.
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Two incidents in the not too distant past, mitigated my physical participation in open-field, free-to-air political events, notably rallies and conventions, in recent times.
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World Health Organisation (WHO) has raised the alarm over setbacks in advances made by the African region in maternal and infant mortality. A new report released, yesterday, at a virtual press conference by WHO African Region...