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Feb

SKIN SHADES RIVALRY WITHIN BLACK/AFRICAN PEOPLE

Written by Farouk Martins Aresa.

Africans everywhere must count their blessings for a unique gift in their variety of colors that occur naturally by genetics and celebrate it. While African Americans championed “black and proud” era in the sixties to reclaim their beauty, we seems to have forgotten what it took and have neglected beauty of different hair styles. Africans have become so complacent, they even bleach to heighten their skin and hair that grow naturally.   Add a comment

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23
Jan

How To Attain Peace And Security In Nigeria (1)

Written by Uzoma Ahamefule.

What is peace?

The Macmillan English Dictionary states that peace means “a situation in which there is no war between countries or groups: A situation in which you are not annoyed by noise or other people: A state when you are calm and have no worries.” And since peace and security are inseparable because one cannot have peace where there is no security and vice versa, subsequently, the question also arises: What is security? The same dictionary partly describes security as “safety from attack, harm, or damage: A feeling of confidence and safety, or a situation in which you can feel confident and safe.” Add a comment

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23
Jan

E-wastes, NESREA and the environment

Written by Alhaji Umaru Ndanusa.

NIGERIANS woke up early morning on Thursday 10th of January to yet another horrifying spectacle: A shipload of Toxic Waste had been imported into the Nigerian shores! Add a comment

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23
Jan

Nigeria Ranked Top 20 economies by 2050

Written by AFRIPOL.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (trading as PwC), a major international  accountancy and multinational professional services firm has issued a report that predicted that Nigeria will be ranked one of  top 20 largest economy in the world by 2050. With a projected GDP of almost $4 trillion by 2050, 6 percent growth and vibrant youthful population, Nigeria's economic future looks very promising and reassuring. But does Nigeria has what it takes to make it happen? Add a comment

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23
Jan

TIME TO CLEANSE IMO GOVERNMENT HOUSE OF BAD EGGS

Written by Kenneth Uwadi.

I  received  a  mail  from Chudi Kalu ( maybe not his real name) who   poured venom at me  saying that i have received some money and that is why i have changed from criticising Governor Okorocha  to  praising him. That i will be dealt with soon. Chudi's misguided mail about my opinion on  the recent  policies of  the Imo state government made me to laugh. It has always been the tradition of those who suffer moral kwashiorkor to short-sightedly  think that one cannot express one's views without being paid by someone else. If Chudi feels that  because  i  currently  stand in favour   of some laudable steps of governor Okorocha that i am  paid to do so, then he should tell me who paid  me when i wrote  against the governor or  he thinks that he is  honest while others are not. Add a comment

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