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Saturday, November 18, 2017
You have seen it all - the glitz and glamour of your dreams unfold before your mind's eyes. And you have cherished the thought of seeing your dream actualized for as long as you can remember. You see, the...
A 21-year-old Nigerian girl, Jewel Olachi Nkwocha, raised the country’s profile aloft in the US recently when she graduated with a First Class Honours in Biomedical Engineering at the Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond.   Highlights Jewel hails from Imo State, Southeastern Nigeria She...
He is from Akwa Ibom State in southern Nigeria. To pay his way, he worked two jobs alongside his studies. Behold Ufot Ekong, the Nigerian student who achieved the highest grades at Tokai University, a prestigious private university based in the...
By Femi Arowoshola: It takes a lot to move from youthfulness to agedness; it takes even more to accept the challenges that come with accepting that we are aging. You shouldn’t blame those who refuse to hold birthday parties in order...
By Jude Uchella. Highlights: - MTN donated a Connect Library to the University of Lagos in 2005 - The place no longer serves its function - This dormant state is owing to poor maintenance - MTN wants the facility given to another university   The issue It's...
  Nigerian PhD student Dickson Ndukwe Agbai has emerged as the best student with the highest grades for a doctorate in bio-fuels during the recent graduation ceremony at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom. Highlights: Dr Agbai, who hails from Abia State was...
  By Femi Arowoshola. Prologue: An unbiased survey of the Nigerian polity would show that Nigerians want the best, but do they give their best? It would reveal that the majority blames the government for our problems. However, everyone is to blame, everyone...
It is amazing how the thoughts of people expressed in speech or writing become anchors that guide human actions. Because of this, I like to think of these thoughts as inspired by the 'ideal world'. Today, they have become...
Ten year-old Maths whizkid, Esther Okade, has joined the league of Nigerians in the Diaspora making waves in the academic world. Esther has made a mark as possibly the UK’s brightest kid and youngest undergraduate after securing admission into...
The comments by the US State Department vis-à-vis the 2011 general elections was far more positive than that of 2007. In the latter year, the aforesaid department tagged Nigeria's elections as 'flawed' while a chief European union observer, Max...

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