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Five African Entrepreneurs to Watch

Africa’s entrepreneurship landscape in recent years has seen a surge in early-stage, rural, female and opportunity-driven entrepreneurs across the continent.…

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‘I never knew I could be this loved by people, I grew up thinking I was unlovable’- Efe, winner of BBNaija

Words have meaning and names have power, this is an expression we grew up to know and today, we can…

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Recession Poses Huge Problems For Nigerian Companies

Early last week, DSTV raised the tariff on their subscription packages across the board. This is in no small part…

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Young People Should Take The Lead in Running Africa – Prof. Okey Ndibe

 Renowned author, columnist and essayist, Prof. Okey Ndibe, pulls no punches when addressing critical national issues in his writings and…

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My AKE Story 

by Dami Ajayi by Dami Ajayi Every second week of November, art and book lovers converge in the sedate city of…

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More African Women Should Join Politics – Prof. Remi Sonaiya, former Nigerian presidential candidate

In 2015, Prof. Comfort Oluremi Sonaiya stood up to be counted in a male-dominated league; she dared to dream as the only female candidate in…

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How To Break Into Politics… Like Dapo Lam-Adesina  

By Sam Adeoye For the second time in about three years, I spoke on the phone with Dapo Lam Adesina. As…

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12 Nigerian Songs That Rocked 2016

By: Dami Ajayi  Phew! It is speed-train fast how 2016 came and went, welcoming yet another year of imaginable expectations, 2017.…

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2016: Always Stay Humble And Kind 

By: Sam Adeoye The boy said to me: somethingsomethingsomething. I can’t remember exactly what he said but it was rude as…

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The10 Best Nigerian Films of 2016

 By: Wilfred Okiche In terms of quality of films, 2016 was better than most as a couple of much buzzed about,…

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