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4 Apr 2015
In January, Coca-Cola swapped its iconic logo with some popular names among Nigerians when it launched the Share a Coke campaign. Quickly the campaign inspired a sharing frenzy among consumers who were excited to share the moment with people that matter most to them. Adjudged as one of the best marketing campaigns, Share a Coke has continued to delight consumers and occupy the front burner of discourse in the marketing world. In this interview, Marketing Director, Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited, Patricia Jemibewon, sheds more light on why the campaign resonates with consumers and why Coca-Cola continues to evolve and stay ahead of trends.
2 Apr 2015
DAILY, the nation is buffeted by talks regarding the falling or fallen standard of education in the country, which many finger as being at the root of the country’s inability to realise her developmental aspirations.
2 Apr 2015
The need for the erection of a collaborative platform, where education specialists and sundry stakeholders can assemble, and network with a view to creating serious impact in the ailing sector has been stressed.
1 Apr 2015
A Spanish court on Wednesday remanded in custody a Moroccan woman suspected of trying to send her twin 16-year-old sons to Syria to become jihadi fighters, a year after her other son was killed there.
1 Apr 2015
Nigeria's president-elect Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday sought to reconcile past differences with incumbent Goodluck Jonathan, extending a hand of friendship to his beaten election opponent.
28 Mar 2015
AHEAD of today’s and April 11 polls, the newly posted Imo State Commissioner of Police, Mr Austin Evbakhavbokun, has said his command would not recognise all Imo State sponsored quasi-security operatives during the elections.
27 Mar 2015
The European Union must act fast to create a single digital market or risk losing out to the United States and China in the global arena, the bloc's internal market commissioner said Friday.
27 Mar 2015
The United Nations Human Rights Council will hold a special session next week on abuses by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria and neighbouring countries, the council president said Friday.
23 Mar 2015
Abuja, March 22, 2015 (NAN) President Goodluck Jonathan said on Sunday in Abuja, that the Federal Government would develop a new technology to combat the activities of oil thieves in Nigeria.

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