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Don’t Ban Ogogoro, Brand it!

The news waves in recent times have been dominated by reports of numerous deaths attributed to drinking of Nigeria’s locally-brewed alcohol, known as Ogogoro. Strangely, this locally-distilled spirit has been known to conjure the imagery of merriments rather than mourning. It graced gatherings where friends are celebrated; newborns are welcomed

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May 29 Handover Ceremony, a PR moment for Nigeria

How I look forward to the 2015 version of May 29! A date institutionalized in Nigeria’s democratic timelines as the renewal point of a four-year-term sovereign mandate to govern. It is tagged the Democracy Day. Interestingly, my generation has experienced only four of this symbolic juncture. This fifth remains the highlight

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HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: This Yam, This Goat, This Country: Pwc On NNPC – Part 2

No one has the right to retain money that should come to the federation account. Constitutionally, it should come and then , if expenses are legitimate, they should be presented transparently and properly approved. To even admit that you have withheld $10bn or $12bn and then say this is what

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The Preliminary steps towards rebuilding the Nigeria brand

By Odion Aleobua “Congratulations to a New Nigeria”, a friend said to me last week. My friend was elated about the turn of democratic events in Nigeria. He believes that with the electorates voting out the current non-performing government, Nigeria as a country is ready for rebirth.   To be bluntly

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I Don’t Support Parents Who Make children Skip Primary 6 to Start Secondary School – Mrs. Halima Oke, Halifield Schools

Halifield Schools is a household name in the educational terrain on the Lagos Mainland. It has carved a niche for itself as one of the top leading private schools in terms of quality education in the country. Administered by a seasoned educationist in the person of Mrs. Halima Oke and

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