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Nigeria Has The Most Internet Users In Africa

Nigeria Has The Most Internet Users In Africa

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“It is fair to say South Africa is falling behind, but it is beginning to claw its way back,” says Goldstuck. “In the medium term, we are likely to overtake Morocco, but in the long term will be overtaken by Ethiopia and possibly even the Democratic Republic of Congo.”

Coming To America

Coming To America

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Everything changes once you cross MM1. But what do you pack when migrating to the big US? I will tell you what. Pack a large dose of God’s favor, and extra larger dose of God’s wisdom and seven Ghana must go bags of the Nigerian spirit.

Living Smarter, Loving Smarter

Living Smarter, Loving Smarter

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How many times have we been so comfortable in our work, our friendships, our romances that we hardly ever put in any effort to make them better? We are so certain that that we have them where we want them, that nothing could ever go wrong, that we’re geniuses at what we do, and that things will stay the way they are. We must remember that even the most perfect of relationships need a little helping along every now and then.

Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka & Femi Kuti makes Forbes list of 40 Most Powerful African Celebrities

Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka & Femi Kuti makes Forbes list of 40 Most Powerful African Celebrities

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Determining the celebrities who exert the highest degree of influence in contemporary African pop culture involved sifting through the nominations for the individuals with the highest numbers of votes, and then measuring their media visibility (exposure in print, television, radio and online), number of web references on Google, TV/radio mentions and their general clout across the continent.

Five Things You Need For Personal Transformation

Five Things You Need For Personal Transformation

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I pitched my presentation against the backdrop of the inspiring story of David’s victory over Goliath and the Philistine army. Through that single encounter, David’s life changed…forever. He changed from being a little-known shepherd boy to a well-known giant-slayer. Here are a few things to take note of:

Three Keys to Nigeria’s Economic Transformation

Three Keys to Nigeria’s Economic Transformation

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According to a World Bank report, 80 percent of Nigeria’s oil and gas revenue benefits only 1% of the Nigerian populace because of corruption. Now, that’s appalling. Our God-given resources are siphoned into the pockets of a few people who pledge to serve the Nation yet turn around to serve themselves. Our nation is bedeviled by a host of dishonest and deceitful men and women.