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Peter Obi has expressed his disheartenment over the donation of 25,000 tonnes of wheat to Nigeria by the Ukrainian government.
Since its establishment in 2003, Globacom has achieved the “impossible”, from the introduction of the per-second billing to … Continue Reading
From A Whopping Sum Of N7.05 Billion To N2.3 Billion: How GLOBACOM Resisted Corporate Bullying By MTN (OPINION)
According to impeccable industry sources, MTN had tried to intimidate and blackmail GLOBACOM on its own soil … Continue Reading
The much awaited 2024 is finally here. The expectations of many Nigerians, especially the common man on the street is that there should be economic respite from the harrowing experiences of 2023.
To many Nigerians, 2023 was a year when … Continue Reading
It has become a tradition for some people to always attempt to talk down on Christians who celebrate Christmas on the 25th of December of every year. The worst culprits are those of the Christian faith who, in their … Continue Reading
There can be no justice without peace, and there can be no peace without justice.” — Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., chanted this statement outside a California prison, which was holding Vietnam War protesters on December 14, 1967.
One … Continue Reading
- In his eternal sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, April 30, 1967, entitled: “Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam,” the beloved Martin Luther King Jr. affirmed: “I agree with Dante, that the hottest places in
The internet and social media are great tools that are very useful to our daily lives. We can use them to enrich our lives in several ways and this is one of the most important reasons why the 21st century … Continue Reading
The Dangerous Effects of Online Gaming and Social Media Addiction on The Academic Performance of Nigerian Youth
The internet is actually a great tool for students in schools but compulsive use of it can negatively affect the academic performance of students.
In today’s technology age, particularly the era of smartphones, iPads, tablets etc, business, communication, research, education … Continue Reading
By Professor Okechukwu Edward OKEKE
The judgement of the Federal High Coourt in Port Harcourt on this matter was not a policy decision by the judge. It was simply a declaration that there are no constitutional provisions that empower the … Continue Reading