Tag: diversity

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Ado AminuJanuary 19, 2021

How Nigeria’s ‘special needs’ population continue to live a life of unrealised aspirations

In a recent interview with host of #WithChude and founder of human flourishing company, Joy, Inc. Chude Jideonwo, popular Nigerian ...

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Op-Ed EditorJuly 7, 2020

Despite our differences, we are all humans

by ÌyanuOlúwa Fágbiyè T. The word ‘human’ vividly, reminds me of someone who called me “the only human” (he probably ...

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ToluSeptember 18, 2017

Gabrielle Union, Yara Shahidi, Issa Rae | How these African-Americans lit up the #Emmys red carpet

It is certainly a big night for the African-American community as one of its own has made history as the ...

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AzeezJune 29, 2017

Nigerians will overpower any call to divide this nation – US envoy

The United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Stuart Symington has said Nigeria will overcome those agitating for secession. Symington said this in ...

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Oludolapo AdelanaApril 27, 2017

Nigeria at a crossroads – Atiku

by Dolapo Adelana A former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar says Nigeria is at a crossroads. Speaking in Abuja during the public ...

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Op-ed EditorFebruary 22, 2017

Cheta Nwanze: How to manage diversity in Africa

by Cheta Nwanze   This report notes that: Africa’s post colonial history is fraught with stories similar to the Cameroon ...

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Op-ed EditorDecember 7, 2016

Ifeoluwa Adedeji: Where my accent came from [NEW VOICES]

by Ifeoluwa Adedeji As is very common in the diaspora and especially America, people just want to know why some ...

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YWriterAugust 27, 2016

The Media Blog: Forbes AFRICA has 3 women on its cover – and none of them is black

This is the very latest issue of Forbes Africa Woman (August/September 2016). To commemorate Women’s Month in South Africa. The latest ...

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November 9, 2013

Dele Momodu: Big lessons from Abu Dhabi

by Dele Momodu I saw Muhammed, Okon, Awoniyi, Yahaya, Bello, Idowu, Alampasu, Nwakali, and others sweating it out on our ...

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May 9, 2013

Opinion: Too many kinsmen, not enough Nigerians

by Tunji Andrews The only times we ever seem to stand as a people called Nigeria, are times when the ...

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