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Africa’s future depends on its young people – Mo Ibrahim
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation, an International Organisation, on Tuesday, said the future of Africa would depend on its ability to harness the energy and meet the expectations of its young people. The Director of Strategic Communications of the foundation, Sophie Masipa, made the rem...
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Samsung is bringing back Galaxy Note 7 – recycled
Samsung has released a statement that it plans to recycle and process its infamous Galaxy Note 7 in an “environmentally-friendly manner”. According to the world’s smartphone producer, the process will take place in three phases including save salvageable components such as camera...
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On Tinapa
In an interview with Fortune magazine, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Founder and Chairman of Dubai World a holding company with billion in assets was asked his formula for success he replied “build a port, establish a free trade zone around the port and then build luxury hotels and h...
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Lagos hosts Queen’s Baton Relay from April 1 to April 5
Hauwa Kulu-Akinyemi, the Chairman, Local Organising Committee for the Queen’s Baton Relay, on Tuesday said that the event which would hold from April 1 to April 5 was for oneness. Kulu-Akinyemi told a news conference at the Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC) office, Lagos that the...
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Group commends NPDC’s award of contract to Edo indigenes
A group under the auspice of Concerned Edo Youths has commended the management of the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) for considering Edo state indigenes as some of its contractors. The group made the remark during its solidarity protest to the office of the NPDC i...
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Suddenly everyone’s an exporter as Nigerian firms chase dollars
Nigeria’s hard-currency shortage is forcing companies to get creative in their hunt for dollars. For many, including Dangote Cement Plc, that’s meant a bigger focus on exports. The continent’s biggest producer of the building material has about 1,500 trucks hauling cement across...
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