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Social Media Etiquette for Business Owners

So you’re about to start a business, probably having perfected a skill and are ready to start from where you are. It’s a business you’re starting from scratch with probably very little capital, so getting an office or shop space at the moment may not be ideal. Many started in their garage or a room Read More…

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Grime MC Skepta’s Tribal Mark: A Cinematic Universe in the Making

Review by Damilare Williams-Shires The directorial debut of renowned Grime MC and budding Renaissance Man Joseph Adenuga Jr, known professionally as Skepta, Tribal Mark, is an ambitious and gripping 24-minute short film that provocatively introduces the world to a future cinematic universe, soon to be populated by anti-heroes and action stars of the Black Secret Read More…

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The Road to the Country: Heart-Racing Journey Through War and Redemption

Chigozie Obioma’s “The Road to the Country” emerges as a sweeping narrative set against the backdrop of Nigeria’s civil war. The story centres on Kunle, a university student in Lagos, who embarks on a perilous journey to save his missing brother amid the chaos of conflict. Obioma’s prose, described by The Wall Street Journal as Read More…

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World Bank and IMF: In the shadow of their talons.

The American World Bank and the European International Monetary Fund, IMF, in the past few weeks, circled Nigeria like vultures waiting for the prey to die. The twin organisations have become more active and quite audacious since President Bola Ahmed Tinubu came to power on May 29, 2023. They are like predators, ready for the Read More…

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Military or civilian, a coup is a coup!

Coup-making is not the exclusive preserve of soldiers or the armed forces. Civilians, too, do stage coups. In Nigeria, we have had our fair share of coups and counter-coups and have resolved that our collective aspirations as a people are best served by a government of the people, for the people, and by the people. Read More…