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When Gen. Buhari took over in 1983. He was determined to make Umaru Dikko pay for his corrupt ways. Unfortunately things didn't go as planned...
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The Women's War of 1929 was one of the first major challenges to Colonial Authorities in British West Africa. ...
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Today, I’d like to share some facts and things about Malcolm X with you. I will do so also using some of his quotes. Click here to read more about him and gain access to more...
Nigeria as a country is blessed with numerous creatives in different fields especially the field of art. Due to the numerous talents in this field and the lack of proper channels...
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Watching the Super Eagles play was always something I looked forward to. I never got to witness the golden era which produced great teams like those who clinched the Nations cup...
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I was born after the genocide in Rwanda. April 7 1994, is a date I would never forget since I watched ‘Sometimes In April’ – a movie about what happened during the genocide...
Kofi Annan, the late former Secretary-General of the United Nations, was a man of wisdom, nobility and modesty, who passed away on Saturday, August 18, 2018. Among the remarkable...
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