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The Rise Of Tech & Media Entrepreneurs In Northern Nigeria -By Oliseyenum C.

The emergence of technological innovations has evolved a whole new generation of entrepreneurs, those who are technology savvy, creative, innovative and dynamic. They have a blend of technological prowess and entrepreneurial skills. This extension of entrepreneurs are commonly referred to as the technopreneurs. The interplay between technology and entrepreneurship has proven to be a vital […]

  It was the morning after, it began well, but it ended in sobriety, in all it was a day with memories that will not be forgotten in a hurry. Woke up to the bizarre putting away and dumping of all things, from televisions, to sound systems, money, cars and all that were thought belonged […]

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  A commercial bike man told me the other day that he is able to save N2000 every day. I asked if he works on Sundays. He said no, but he still saves N2000 on Sundays. Now I had to ask, “How?” He replied, “Apart from the 2k of the day, from Monday to Saturday, […]

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  “As legal practitioners, you cannot close your eyes to the social, political and economic problems of our time. Therefore, you have a duty to help rescue our society from pervasive lawlessness, corruption and anti-social activities.” — Hon. Justice W.S.N Onoghen Lawyers and budding legal practitioners who shy away from condemning ridiculous cultural practices in […]

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I am not a Christian or Muslim, not a Buddhist, Hindu or Sufi, not a Zen, an atheist or agnostic. Never met Krishna, haven’t seen Allah, couldn’t hear from Jesus or a chat with Amadioha. But, when I look at nature, I know that God exists. Nature is God’s signature of his existence, an expression […]

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  It is a known fact in Nigeria that after the completion of your course duration in tertiary institutions it is of cardinal you serve the country for a period of a year. I must congratulate you scaling through these herculean task and getting to these point In your life. It is really a stage […]

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  One of the elements of the Porter’s diamond model is the demand condition in home country. The Porter’s diamond model is a management tool that allows business strategists to understand their competitive position in a global market. Porter’s Diamond Model, also known as the Porter’s Diamond theory of National Advantage or Porter’s double diamond […]

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Ịgba nkwụ is ịgba nkwụ, not “wine carrying.” “Wine carrying” is crude English that makes no meaning and has no class. Suya is suya. It needs no English name. Banga is banga. That name is fantastic. Starch as the name of a meal is scary. Can someone beg our Warri people to give a sweet […]

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  One of the challenges of banking in Nigeria is the mismatch of customers to the wrong kind of banks. The implication of this is the over crowding of commercial banks and a corresponding decimation of other kinds of banks. The mismatch in our banking practice may not be disconnected from our class-centric society that […]

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  Nigeria is scared of solving its problems which is why there are always activities and announcements from the public and private sectors but nothing changes. Projects are often in problems areas, not as solutions but as ‘doing something’, or as tiny impact stuff. There is rarely consistency of interest in solving major problems – […]

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