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INSPIRING: Nigerian Fulfills Childhood Dream, Becomes First African to Fly Solo Around the World

Ademilola Odujinrin has set a new record as the first African pilot to fly around the world solo. The journey which began in September 2016 at Washington Dc came to a close on Wednesday, March 29 after his landing at Washington Dulles International Airport. The circumnavigation which took place in a Cirrus SR22 aircraft with stop overs in more than ...

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EXCLUSIVE: 4 Lessons Nigerians Can Learn From the Story Of Dubai

There’s only one reason why the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is far developed than Nigeria, the giant of Africa. And it is VISIONARY LEADERSHIP. In terms of natural resources, Nigeria is much more gifted but lack of great leadership over the past decades has stunted her growth for so long. Today, Dubai–one of the seven Emirates that make up the ...

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Fortune 2017: Nigeria’s Chimamanda Adichie Is Among 50 World’s Greatest Leaders

Nigerian author, Chimamanda Adichie, has been named among 50 greatest world leaders in the 2017 Fortune magazine ranking. The ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ writer was ranked at number 42 on the list. Adichie’s book ‘Americanah’ recently won the “One Book, One New York” campaign from the New York City Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment. Chicago Cubs baseball team ...

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8 Facts to Know About Johns Hopkins First Female Black Neurosurgeon Resident– She’s a Ghanaian

History was made at Johns Hopkins University on Friday, March 17th, 2017 as Ghanaian, Nancy Abu-Bonsrah, became the first Black female resident neurosurgeon at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. This news came on a day which is also known as Match Day, a day that medical students around the country find out which hospitals they’ll practice their residency. ...

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Be careful of what you profess;What you say is what you see.

what you say is what you see

*What you say is what you see*A story is told about a young boy who came home one day with a paper for his mother. He told her, *“My teacher told me to give this paper only to my mother.”*The young boy’s mother read the note and her eyes filled with tears. He asked his mother what the note said, and ...

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We All Have Different Time Zones. Here’s Why You Should Never Compare Yourself With Others [WATCH]

Don’t give up. “Invest in your dreams. Grind now. Shine later.” – Unknown “What you lack in talent can be made up with desire, hustle and giving 110% all the time.” – Don Zimmer “Hustle beats talent when talent doesn’t hustle” – Ross Simmonds “Live daringly, boldly, fearlessly. Taste the relish to be found in competition – in having put ...

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Our World Cannot Change Without the Input of Women. Do You Agree Less?

“If you’re mistreating your women, then you’re just holding yourself back, you’re holding yourself down. You may have some sense of false importance, but ultimately you don’t benefit if women are being discriminated against, because that means when they’re not working, your family is going to have less income. If they’re not educated, it means your children are not likely ...

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Don’t miss out on the moments from ”Match Day 27” in the EPL

Its the 27th Week in the EPL, Catch up on all the defining moments in Match Day 27 on all fixtures. See highlights below;                 For more updates on events; Like our page on Facebook; follow us on Twitter and Instagram @pepnaija for more

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Celebrating Oladiran Busayo, An Innovator with a Difference

First of March every year remains significant. And this is because of the excitement that comes with the day. On that day, the world celebrates Oladiran Busayo, a young innovator and great achiever. Within the past decade, she has given hope to many Nigerians, especially the less privileged. For four years, and still counting, she’s remained as the Chief Facilitator ...

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