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The Power Of Storytelling

by Victor Oladokun I’ve always been fascinated with stories. It’s one of the reasons why in high school I jettisoned physics, chemistry, and math in favor of literature and history. The decision has served me well in my media and communication career. I realized early on – to quote the …

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The Task Before Ayade

  Since the advent of the fourth Republic in 1999, Cross River have had three executive governors. First to wear the golden crown is Mr Donald Duke. His administration focused more in laundering the image of the State both within and in the international community. Some of his achievements includes …

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Nigeria Urban-Slums In View

Nigeria is the most populous black nation in the world with enormous mineral resources to keep her afloat. This giant of Africa is characterized by multi ethnic and religious persuasions. To better harmonize these diverse views came the amalgamation of 1914. After obtaining political autonomy in 1960, those at the …

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Plights Of The Rural Dwellers

As much as Nigeria strives so hard in meeting the Millionium Development Goal, it will be safe to say it still ranks among the most underdeveloped in the world  inspite of it  natural endowments. Rural dwellers in Nigeria are worst hit as they are often  forced to live like a …

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JOB VACANCY

ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE VACANT POSITION OF A GENERAL SECRETARY. The National headquarters of National Union of Postal and Telecommunications Employees (NUPTE), call for a qualified candidates to apply for the position of a General Secretary of the Union. To be qualified as a General Secretary, one must: Be a graduate …

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Kingibe, A Burnt Out Grass.

By Owei Lakemfa. Babagana Kingibe has had it good. Nigeria has been quite fair and very kind to him. Even his Ordinary and Advanced Level education in London were paid for by the Nigerian authorities. In 1981, at 36, he was appointed Ambassador to Greece, then Pakistan and High Commissioner …

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