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How to Save Nigeria: Build an App, Start an NGO or Go into Politics?

Young Nigerians should not only be kingmakers, they must become kings too (REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic)

In 2019, young Nigerians who were born at the turn of the millenium (2000, 2001) will actually be able to vote. Those of us born within the 80s and 90s may be able to run for offices. It may yet be our time to stop being kingmakers and rise up to become kings, ourselves. For the better part of my ...

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By Following These 3 Steps, You Can Be a Millionaire in 30 Days Or Less [SPONSORED]

Be a millionaire in 30 days or less.

Do you know? Gold is the new oil; it is now the surest legit source of wealth. By investing in gold, you’re on your way to financial prosperity. But how? Gold is that commodity that continues to appreciate in value, no matter what. How come a lot of people are not aware of this life-changing opportunity? Truth– many people are ...

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Nigeria’s Economy is Bouncing Back. How Did It Happen?

Fueling the economy. (Reuters/Afolabi Sotunde)

Nigeria’s president Muhammadu Buhari and his administration have spent much of the last two and half years since he came to office championing the idea that for Africa’s largest economy to have any hope of making meaningful progress it needs to diversify away from its reliance on oil. But that day has not come. In fact, president Buhari will be ...

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Osinbajo: 4 Important Life Lessons Every Young Nigerian Should Know About

Osinbajo says success is more easily attained than greatness

Nigeria’s Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, challenged graduates at the 10th convocation of Lead City University in Ibadan, Oyo State on November 9. He stated: “I was 60 years old in March this year, and I must confess that it was one of the greatest surprises I ever experienced!  I just suddenly became 60. I can clearly remember when I ...

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Wole Soyinka: The Hero Who Risked His Life,Slept in Several Prisons so Nigeria Can Live

Prof Wole Soyinka is the first African to receive a Nobel Prize in Literature

Oluwole Babatunde Soyinka became the first African to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1986. The award is given to an author, from any country, who has produced “in the field of literature the most outstanding work in an ideal direction.”  Born on 13 July 1934 at Abeokuta, near Ibadan in western Nigeria, Wole grew up to become ...

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INNOVATION: Nigerian Twins Float Platform for Artists and Authors

A set of identical twins, Chika and Chidi Nwaogu, have floated Publiseer, a platform to help struggling Nigerian authors and artists publish their works everywhere for free. Giving reasons for setting up the publishing outfit, the twin brothers, both computer programmers, said “Millions of talents in Nigeria remain undiscovered due to lack of resources and funds to get published.” For ...

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Anambra Election: Police Have Plans to Use Water Boats, Helicopters, Special Officers


The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris discloses plans to beef up security for Anambra state Governorship election which is scheduled to hold on November 18. The plan is to deploy 21,000 police officers; water boats and helicopters will also be used. This was disclosed at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Friday. Idris said, “We are deploring a lot of ...

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Nigerianism: Get to Know About AfriOne, Nigeria’s First Smartphone Making Company

AfriOne is made-in-Nigeria

AfriOne Nigeria Limited launched Nigeria’s first assembly plant geared towards the manufacture of smartphones and other consumer devices. According to a spokesperson for AfriOne; “This marks the availability of the first in-country produced smartphones for sale in then Nigerian marketplace.” The fact that AfriOne range of smartphones are said to be the “first Nigerian-made smartphones”, is true to a certain extent. ...

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Again! Another Nigerian Sets New Record in Mexico, Bags Remarkable Award

Babatunde James, the Nigerian man who finished his doctorate degree program in two years as against the four years recommended

A Nigerian man has taken home a remarkable award in Mexico. He finished his doctorate degree program in two years as against the four years recommended. The brilliant man has also published the highest number of articles in quantum and mathematical physics within this time A Nigerian man identified as Babatunde James Falaye has done something incredible and has made ...

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Kemi Adeosun: Luxury Tax Will Commence Soon— Rich People Must Bear the Burden

Nigeria's finance minister, Kemi Adeosun

Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance, says the federal government will soon start collecting luxury taxes. Addressing journalists at the annual meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington DC on Sunday, Adeosun said people with higher income must bear a greater part of the tax burden. “The luxury tax planned by the federal government is being ...

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