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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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Nigeria’s Presidency is Planning to Buy New “Kitchen and Catering Equipment” for N100.8 million in 2017

Nigeria’s Presidency is planning to buy new “kitchen and catering equipment” for N100.8 million in 2017, a proposal sent to the National Assembly says. The huge amount, coming as Nigerians groan under the weight of economic recession, will add to hundreds of million of naira spent on the recurring item over the years. Between 2015 and 2016, N325.5 million was ...

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Excitement as Hope Rising Foundation Nigeria reaches out to the Hard-to-reach in Osun [Photos]

  Hope Rising Foundation (HRF) Nigeria, a leadership and charity NGO, has made an unprecedented visit to some rural dwellers, who are mostly farmers, in Iragbiji village, Ijaregbe Obokun LGA, Osun State. Participants, especially women and children, benefited from free medical screening, counseling as well as donations of various categories. While speaking with Pep Naija, Miss Busayo Oladiran, coordinator of ...

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Human Rights Day 2016: You Have Right to Free Choice of Employment and Protection Against Unemployment

In a bid to enjoy freedom, justice and peace in the world, the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) exactly 68 years ago- 10 December , 1948. From the right to dignity of person, education to security and economic freedom, the UN hope to achieve freedom for all peoples and nations of the ...

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Independence Day 2016: If It Were A Person, How Would You Describe Nigeria At 56? [Nigerians React]

Today, October 1st 2016, is Nigeria’s 56th birthday. As Africa’s most populous nation with over 160 million people, Nigeria is no doubt a superpower—but still in the making, for decades. From natural to human resources, the green-white-green nation is really endowed; however, majority of the citizens still live below the poverty line. And despite the challenges that ordinary Nigerians face ...

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SPECIAL REPORT: How the Scourge of Poor Reading Culture is Crippling Nigeria [Exclusive]

There is a consensus of feeling that there is a poor reading culture in Africa. The expression “If you want to hide something from a Black person, put it in a book” is often cited. As annoying as that could be, it’s the truth. Although in recent years, there seem to be some improvement; however, the reading culture in Africa ...

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Here Are the Answers to All Your Questions About the Coup Attempt in Turkey

What happened? What do I need to know? Late at night on July 15, a group of Turkish soldiers took over several institutions in Istanbul and Ankara, in what appears to have been an ill-planned attempted coup. Police forces—aided by a huge show of support from ordinary Turkish citizens—managed to foil the overthrow. Called into the streets by Turkish president ...

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