Many Nigerian Igbos in the Texas area have recently been concerned about the comment of one Dallas-based Nigerian doctor, Adeniran Abraham Ariyo. They believe that Doctor [more]
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South Africa sought diplomatic support from countries across the continent on Friday to defeat the "demon" of anti-immigrant violence in which at least four people have [more]
By Obinna Akukwe - Sweet Asylum is probably waiting for Nigeria’s Oil minister, Sweet! Diezani Madueke if the Buhari regime takes off by May 29th, except a concession is [more]
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By Bayo Oluwasanmi - Seventeen years ago, it was a huge relief to Nigerians when the man died. Sanni Abacha Nigeria's de facto President from 1993-1998 was forcibly [more]
- Nigeria Igbos In Diaspora Irate Over Texas-based Nigerian Doctor For Calling Xenophobic Attack On Igbos April 25, 2015
Many Nigerian Igbos in the Texas area have recently been concerned about the comment of one Dallas-based Nigerian doctor, Adeniran Abraham Ariyo. They believe that Doctor Adeniran Ariyo comments on ... Read more
- South Africa seeks diplomatic support to defeat anti-immigrant unrest April 18, 2015
South Africa sought diplomatic support from countries across the continent on Friday to defeat the “demon” of anti-immigrant violence in which at least four people have been killed over the ... Read more
- Ethiopia Launches 4G Mobile Service In The capital March 21, 2015
Ethiopia’s state-run telecoms monopoly has launched a fourth generation (4G) mobile service in the capital Addis Ababa, aiming to catch up with the high-speed communications available in some east African ... Read more
- Dollar Crunch Means Big Business for African Currency Hawkers March 14, 2015
Few Nigerians are applauding the collapse of oil prices, which has hit the economy of Africa’s top crude producer hard and hammered its currency, the naira.
But for the currency hawkers ... Read more
- Liberian President Expresses Gratitude for US Ebola Support February 28, 2015
On her first trip to Washington since her country declared a state of emergency over the Ebola outbreak last July, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf acknowledged the difference American involvement ... Read more
- Somali PM Appeals To U.S. banks To Resume Money Transfer Services February 8, 2015
Somalia’s prime minister urged the U.S. government and U.S. banks to support money transfer firms that offer a lifeline for many in the war-torn Horn of Africa nation.
About 40 percent ... Read more
- David Cameron, Samuel Miliband And The Next British Prime Minister – By Dr. Moshood Fayemiwo April 25, 2015
There is something funny about the way politics is played in Great Britain. British politics is also unique; no written constitution but only traditions, old rules and customs to follow. Love or hate it, the UK is still the “first ... Read more
- Buhari Should Fill His Cabinet With Geniuses April 18, 2015
By Bayo Oluwasanmi – Here is my radical suggestion: President-elect Muhammadu Buhari should pick the smartest people he can find for his cabinet. With the presidential election finally over, it is now time for President-elect Buhari to complete his most ... Read more
- Sweet Dieziani! Sweet Goodluck! Sweet Asylum! Part 3 April 18, 2015
By Obinna Akukwe – Sweet Asylum is probably waiting for Nigeria’s Oil minister, Sweet! Diezani Madueke if the Buhari regime takes off by May 29th, except a concession is bargained for her by President Goodluck Jonathan. ... Read more
- Nigerians In The Diaspora Condemn South Africa Xenophobia – Paul Omoruyi April 18, 2015
In the last of couple of days, Nigerians in the diaspora have monitored closely the brutal and barbaric killings of fellow Africans by South Africa mobs. We hereby want the Nigerian government to make it clear to the South African ... Read more
- Emulating Lee Kuan Yew – By Omozuwa Osamwonyi April 4, 2015
It is no longer news that Lee Kuan Yew, the innovative architect of modern Singapore died on March 23rd at age 91. During his 31 years as prime minister, he astounded global leaders by his problem-solving and forward-thinking ingenuities. These ... Read more
- Nigeria: Revolution As Elixir? – By Victor Agusiobo March 29, 2015
Let us regale ourselves with a bit of Africa’s recent history. For almost four decades, the seemingly irrepressible Col Muammar Gaddafi ruled his people with ruthless efficiency as an unrepentant tyrant. The truth at least from the records is that ... Read more
- “God Has Not Called Me If GEJ Wins!” – By Dr. Moshood Fayemiwo March 29, 2015
I know this week will eventually come and Saturday March 28, 2015 will be here. President Goodluck Azikiwe Ebele Jonathan may have instigated the postponement of the Nigerian presidential and governorship elections from Saturday February 14, 2015 to this week ... Read more
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As its response to the challenges of quality of service (QoS), Globacom said it has earmarked $100 million for the upgrade of its switches to redefine its subscribers’ experience on its data network. Its ongoing equipment swapping project will see more than 60 per cent of its base transmission stations (BTS) across the country replaced with third generation (3G) facilities, the telco said in Lagos while outlining steps it has taken so far to improve QoS….
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|Mapping The Broadband Investment Opportunities In NigeriaIn a world of increasing internet activity and dependence, prospective investors are in for high return on investment in broadband infrastructural development or in content delivery services. Nigeria investment opportunity will definitely be remembered as the story before broadband and after broadband! The consensus of many telecom financial experts after Nigeria telecoms mobile growth trajectory is that data transmission will be the next major area of investment opportunity…|
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|Growing Africa’s Intra-Trade PotentialHow to break the colonial legacy of exporting goods ‘overseas’ and raise the level of trade between African countries? This has been an issue the African Union (AU) has grappled with since it devoted its January 2012 summit to the issue of ‘Intra-African trade’. The annual Economic Development in Africa report by the United Nations….|