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How Lebanese & Chinese Are Making It In Nigeria But Our People Are Struggling

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There is a business trait peculiar to Lebanese, Indian and Chinese businessmen that Nigerians are lacking. How are they making it in Nigeria despite all odds?

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Nigeria Jollof Rice Recipes by Shola Olunloyo

Nigeria Jollof Rice

America-based Nigerian chef Shola Olunloyo shows the world how to prepare Nigeria jollof rice at feast of Jollof rice and egusi soup.

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The COVID-19 crisis isn’t over for workers in Nigeria

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A new report on COVID-19 in Nigeria: Frontline Data and Pathways for Policy uses high-frequency data to examine effects on human capital, livelihoods, and welfare

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Gender-responsive education in emergency in Nigeria

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Edem Dorothy Ossai highlights ways that a gender-responsive perspective can be fully incorporated into planning, policy design, and implementation models for education in emergencies in Nigeria

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Robert Thompson, Yoruba art expert died at 88

Robert Thompson - expert on Yoruba Art

Yale Ph.D. in Art History in 1965 focusing on Yoruba art Robert Thompson died at 88. He was one of the first academics to pioneer the field of African

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The King of the Jews

IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu

Biafran separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu has infused his movement with a Jewish sectarian identity in a country riven by tensions between Christians and Muslims. Is he putting Nigeria’s Igbo Jewish community at risk?

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Omicron: Senior Nigerian scientist considers fallout, and why travel bans are a waste of time

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The current spate of travel bans is rather hasty and irrational given that we know that the variant is in several countries already.

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Nigeria is still struggling at 60. But hope is still alive

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The world expect Nigeria to has developed farther than her present status after 60 years of independent but there is still hope for the crawling giant.

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The politicized herders and farmers conflict in Nigeria

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Special grazing zones and settlements for pastoralist Fulani groups were supposed to be the answer to the heated farmers and herders conflict. It has instead become a highly politicized debate.

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How Ghana and Nigeria police handle domestic violence cases

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Domestic violence cases in Nigeria and Ghana are studied and compared. The police in Nigeria and Ghana must receive gender sensitivity training to effectively fight domestic violence.

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