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Kofi Annan

17 Mar 2017
Africa’s energy deficit continues to stifle economic growth, job creation, agricultural transformation and improvements in health and education. The Africa Progress Panel chaired by former UN Secretary General...
4 Oct 2016
The Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations Civil Service Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) has cautioned the Federal Government ...
29 Jul 2016
The former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has stated that even though young Africans of today are better educated, a deficit in democratic governance threatens their future.

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The much-anticipated sex crimes trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite charged with grooming underage girls for late financier Jeffrey Epstein, is set to begin Monday before a packed federal courthouse in Manhattan.
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The former Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has highlighted the critical steps that the Nation must take to end the security challenges facing the country. Dogara said that the electoral system should be rejigged to ensure the emergence of credible leaders. Dogara who was a keynote speaker at House of Justice Annual Summit in…
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JAMB says it has taken over the collection of the N700 registration fee for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), from 2022.
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Fiji will deploy 50 troops to an Australian-led peacekeeping force in the Solomon Islands following anti-government rioting that razed parts of the capital Honiara, Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said Monday.
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Clorets, in collaboration with Jobberman Nigeria, rolled out a three-month mentorship programme for undergraduates, fresh graduates and young professionals to showcase the importance of mentorship and guide aspiring professionals in their respective career paths. L-R: Esther Okonmah, Deborah Ajayi, Temi Pikuda, Justice Ukpong, and Rosemary Meziem. The Mentorship Programme was divided into five categories -…