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- Study: African Aluminum Pots Contain Lead August 15, 2014
Locally made aluminum pots and pans are very common in Africa and Asia. But a new study in Cameroon has raised questions about their safety, saying high levels of ... Read more
- Nigeria Suspends Gambian National Airline Over Ebola virus August 10, 2014
Nigeria has suspended the Gambian national airline from flying into the country, alleging “unsatisfactory” measures by the airline to contain the spread of Ebola virus, officials said ... Read more
- Nigeria Declares State Of Emergency Over Ebola August 9, 2014
Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan declared a national state of emergency on Friday over the Ebola outbreak in Africa’s most populous country, and approved 1.9 billion naira ($11.7 million) of emergency ... Read more
- 500 ‘Young African Leaders’ To Meet With Obama July 29, 2014
Hundreds of Africa’s emerging leaders are gathered in Washington for a three-day summit that includes a meeting with President Barack Obama. The summit is a highlight of a ... Read more
- CANAN May Petition US Government For Nigeria Terrorist Victims July 24, 2014
Christian Association of Nigerian-Americans, CANAN has launched its 13th Chapter over the past weekend in the State of Connecticut, with the President of the Association, Dr. James Fadele reiterating that Nigerian-American ... Read more
- Immigrants Forced To Leave Gabon July 20, 2014
Gabon has released 100 of some 500 Cameroonian, Chadian and Central African illegal immigrants detained for 10 months for unlawful mining. Some of the freed people say they were simple ... Read more
- Yoruba Alliance with The Northerners is a Fool’s Gold – By Bayo Oluwasanmi August 31, 2014
“There are times when even the greatest tactician in diplomatic cunning is outclassed in his own game. It is then that he discovers that all he thought he had gained is but loss, and that what is left of national ... Read more
- What Hope For Nigeria In 2015? – By Toks Ero August 30, 2014
Preparations are in top gear for the conduct of the general elections in 2015. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is putting in place all of the manpower and logistics necessary to guarantee peaceful and credible elections nationwide. Major political ... Read more
- Boko Haram Republic of Gwoza; A Bad Idea and Bad Omen – By Obinna Akukwe August 30, 2014
Boko Haram Republic of Gwoza is both a bad idea and a bad omen for Nigeria because the indigenes of Gwoza are not sympathetic to Boko Haram. Boko Haram Republic flags should be hoisted in territories where majority ... Read more
- The Hypocrisy Of APC Leaders – By Edwin Ekene August 24, 2014
After Governor Rauf Aregbesola was declared winner of the August 9 Governorship election in Osun State, I have been expecting the spokesman of the APC or some its foot soldiers to come up in their usual manner to ... Read more
- The Spiritual Understanding Of Epidemics And Pandemics – By Dr. Moshood August 24, 2014
The Ebola Health Crisis As Case Study - In the 1970s, the World Health Organization (WHO) introduced the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) around the world, especially in Third World countries, in order to protect children and infants from communicable diseases ... Read more
- The Northerners’ Nonsense Must Stop! – By Bayo Oluwasanmi August 24, 2014
Nigeria has a highly complex and colorful social mosaic. The cultural diversity and heterogeneity makes this mosaic chaotic. The diverse culture and custom of Nigeria cannot be compared with the melting pot of the American society or with the multinational ... Read more
- The Triumph Of Myth – By Gabriel Osamwonyi August 21, 2014
About a fortnight ago, a thought-stultifying myth created mass hysteria in Nigeria. Many Nigerians based on hearsay eagerly embraced the salt-water bath as otherworldly vaccine against Ebola. Seemingly, its efficacy was not questioned by the general public. Rather it was ... Read more
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|Nigeria Globalcom Addresses Service Quality Issues
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….
|19 Words That Will Make People Like You MoreWant to make a better first impression and engender positive feelings that last a long time? Focus on what you say as much as what you do. First impressions can lead to lasting impressions. So to improve, a lot of people will tell you to dress better, read more (so you’ll have interesting things to talk about), and ensure that your online presence is respectable (because many people will check you out online before meeting in person)…..|
|Impact Of China’s Reforms On NigeriaIn 2012 Chinese investment in Nigeria was $15.6 billion (the highest in sub-Saharan Africa), according to The Heritage Foundation, a Washington-based think-thank. These investments, most of them contracts, were in the technology, transport, real estate and energy sectors. Fifty-three percent were…..|
|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…|
|African Leaders Among Twitter’s ‘Most Conversational Leaders’Africa is home to some of the most conversational leaders on Twitter, according to the latest Twiplomacy report – a leading global study on world leaders using Twitter. The tweets of Ugandan Prime Minister @AmamaMbabazi, Rwanda’s President@PaulKagame and Rwanda’s Foreign Minister @LMushikiwabo are almost exclusively @replies to their followers. Seventy-one percent of African leaders are on Twitter….|
|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….|