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“Poverty Gave Me A Reason To Work Hard” – Chamu Chiwanza,...

I had been travelling non-stop for two days, and was grateful for the two empty seats next to mine on the plane. And then Chamu arrived, another flash business suit I thought. I slept off without conversation, but when I woke, we could not help ourselves. I found out this was no ordinary... read more »

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BASKETMOUTH: LORD OF THE RIBS Bright Okpocha looks at his wristwatch for the umpteenth time. He doesn’t joke with time. A bright smile, evidently that of a man pleased with life, is still planted on his face. The gate opens after two more minutes of waiting and we drive into his compound. When we... read more »

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I had been travelling non-stop for two days, and was grateful for the two empty seats next to mine on the plane. And then Chamu arrived, another flash business suit I thought. I slept off without conversation, but when I woke, we could not help ourselves. I found out... read more »

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Named among Africa’s Next Generation of Leaders by The Banker, Simon Kolawole has done more than just being a leader. He has pioneered the current generation of witty writers- a form of writing that keeps the readers engaged. His provocative write-ups have stirred... read more »

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Knock, Knock! It’s Ali Baba: His Comedy, Life and Family He needs no introduction. If stand-up comedy in Nigeria were a country, then Ali Baba (real names Alleluya Atunyota Akporobomeriere) would be the president. And he would probably win with a landslide victory.... read more »

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BASKETMOUTH: LORD OF THE RIBS Bright Okpocha looks at his wristwatch for the umpteenth time. He doesn’t joke with time. A bright smile, evidently that of a man pleased with life, is still planted on his face. The gate opens after two more minutes of waiting and we... read more »

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“Poverty Gave Me A Reason To Work Hard” – Chamu...

I had been travelling non-stop for two days, and was grateful for the two empty seats next to mine on the plane. And then Chamu arrived, another flash business suit I thought. I slept off without... read more »

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Named among Africa’s Next Generation of Leaders by The Banker, Simon Kolawole has done more than just being a leader. He has pioneered the current... read more »

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