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Nigeria: From Egypt to Egypt?

By Abiodun Komolafe  Those who are familiar with the history of the Israelites will understand why their story in the wilderness will not be complete without a mention of how, at a stage, they had preferred being “slaves in Egypt” to being subjected to mass...

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NCC drafts guidelines for use of TV white spaces

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has put together guidelines for the use of Television White Spaces (TVWS) to benefit rural broadband connectivity in Nigeria. The regulatory body in charge of Nigeria’s communications industry said...

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Extreme events are reversing development goals

By Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General Cyclones in the Caribbean and Pacific, devastating bushfires in Australia, recurrent floods and droughts in Asia and Africa, increasingly bring tragic loss of life to our nations and communities,...

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FirstBank ‘vybes’ Nigerians all through December 0

FirstBank ‘vybes’ Nigerians all through December

FirstBank has announced its sponsorship of an array of initiatives to empower the society as well as promote the growth and development of entertainment genres including music, fashion and arts in the country. The...

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Benin as a Paradigm for Improving Country Risk

EXX Africa publishes a special report on Benin as a paradigm for improving country risk in Africa. EXX Africa conducted a comprehensive review of the political, economic and security risks facing the country in the...

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Social Media Bill: Short walk to tatalitarianism? 0

Social Media Bill: Short walk to tatalitarianism?

By Matthew Hassan Kukah I have consistently tried to create levels of differentiation between democracy and dictatorship, especially dictatorships of the military variant as we have had in our country. I have argued that...

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NGOs raise awareness on cyber child trafficking 0

NGOs raise awareness on cyber child trafficking

A non-government organization (NGO), KRP Foundation for Education and Migration Awareness (KRP FEMA) this month in Jos, Plateau state, central Nigeria, kicked off its schools outreach to raise awareness on child trafficking and its preventions. ...

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