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Lagos Cable Car, First in Nigeria, to Transform Transport

Written on March 19th, 2013 by
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The Nigerian city of Lagos is home to an estimated twenty million people.  A bustling port city, it is continually expanding both The Nigerian city of Lagos is home to an estimated twenty million people. A bustling port city, it is continually... Read More | Share

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Chinua Achebe – by Wole Soyinka

Written on October 28th, 2012 by
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  Chinua Achebe - by Wole Soyinka Things Fall Apart, A story about the incursion of Western missionaries into an Igbo community in 19th century Nigeria, has long gripped readers across the world. It's not an obvious subject to arouse such... Read More | Share

A Granddaughter’s Memories of Her Grandpa Sam Aluko

Written on February 8th, 2012 by
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Well-known Economist & Professor Samuel Aluko, 82, passed away yesterday, February 7th, in the UK.  His granddaughter Toni Aluko, shares her sentiments about the life of her Grandfather on her blog after a recent trip to Nigeria: Let me tell... Read More | Share

Rapper 50 Cent’s Upcoming Film Renamed to “All Things Fall Apart” at Chinua Achebe’s Request for a Change

Written on November 21st, 2011 by
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For those who have read or are familiar with Nigerian author Chinua Achebe's book, "Things Fall Apart", this is an interesting story. From The Guardian: Things Fall Apart, published by Achebe in 1958, is Nigeria's most famous English-language... Read More | Share

Of the World’s Best 100 Countries, Nigeria Ranks 99th [Newsweek Special Issue]

Written on August 20th, 2010 by
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In the wake of all-world-inclusive events such as the the Winter Olympics, the World Cup, and the upcoming Miss Universe pageant (August 23rd, 2010), Newsweek has published its inaugural "World's Best Countries" interactive infographic on it's... Read More | Share

“Physical Disability is not a Barrier to a Willing Soul.”

“Physical Disability is not a Barrier to a Willing Soul.” David Akanji an educator with recent doctorate degree in Special Education from Gallaudet University is a man who does not believe that his sight impairment is an excuse for him not to... Read More | Share

David Cameron becomes new Conservative prime minister of the UK

Written on May 11th, 2010 by
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      BBC     Full text: David Cameron becomes prime minister   Conservative Party leader David Cameron has become prime minister. This is the full statement he delivered on arrival in front of 10 Downing Street: Her... Read More | Share

World's Youngest Divorcee Takes On Paris and a Real Childhood

Written on May 9th, 2010 by
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    http://www.parentdish.com/2009/02/05/worlds-youngest-divorcee-takes-on-paris/ World's Youngest Divorcee Takes On Paris and a Real Childhood by Amy Hatch (Subscribe to Amy Hatch's posts) Feb 5th 2009 In an act of courage driven by... Read More | Share

MUTALLAB – Northwest 253 – Evidence of Missed Signals Mounts – ABC News

Written on January 31st, 2010 by
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    Northwest 253: Evidence of Missed Signals Mounts CIA Met With Suspect's Father, But No Search for Abdulmutallab in Yemen By BRIAN ROSS and KIRIT RADIA Dec. 29, 2009 — President Obama rendered a harsh verdict on the... Read More | Share

MUTALLAB – The Sharp Dressed Man Who Aided Mutallab Onto Flight 253 Was a U.S. Government Agent – by Kurt Haskell

Written on January 31st, 2010 by
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  VIDEOS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2e89jp1ykE&feature=player_embedded Kurt Haskell Returns to Alex Jones Tv 1/2: FBI Now Admits Haskell's Eye-Witness Account Was... Read More | Share

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