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    Trump Becomes 45th US President, Delivers Victory Speech

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    Republican presidential candidate, Mr Donald Trump, with his campaign slogan, ‘Lets Make America Great Agian,’ surprised Americans by emerging winner of the US tight presidential elections, when he began gaining grounds early hours of Wednesday morning on the key swing states of Florida, North Carolina and Ohio. Trump has gone beyond expectations and has won…

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    Turkey: How Nigerian Students Are Faring After Coup

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    The University of Bahecesehir, with its close knit welcoming environment, is home to several international students. It also boasts of a large community of Nigerian students, part of which are students recently transferred from universities closed by the government. In this place, staff and Nigerian students open up on a topic that has caused so…

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    Nigerian Emerges UK’s Most Powerful Black Person

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      A Nigerian, Tom Ilube, has emerged the United Kingdom’s most powerful black man. Ilube, who’s also a British citizen, was unveiled as the most powerful black man in the country by Powerlist, a publication which selects 100 of the most powerful people of African and African Caribbean heritage. Powerlist explained that competitors were judged…

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    Former British PM, Cameron, Resigns From Parliament

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    Former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has resigned his seat in the House of Common. Cameron said he did not want to be a backbench distraction to Prime Minister Theresa May and did not deem it appropriate to remain, being a former Prime Minister. Theresa May, the current Prime Minister said in a brief statement…

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    Liberia Marks Joint Celebration Of Its 169th Anniversary And Flag Day

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    Liberia, recently marked the joint celebration of its 169th Anniversary and flag day with pomp and glamour at the Reiz Continential hotel in Abuja. Liberia’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Prof Al Hassan Conteh expresses delight on the Liberia-Nigeria relationship, calling it excellent.  Liberia declared its independence from the American Colonisation Society (ACS) on July 26, 1847,…

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    Nigerian Students Receive Over $4.6m Scholarship Fund

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    Nigerian students have received over 4.6 million dollars’ worth of academic scholarships from higher institutions towards furtherance of their education this year. EducationUSA yesterday announced this at an orientation programme held yesterday at the United States Embassy, in Abuja to celebrate and guide students who have been successful in their applications The Deputy Chief of…

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    IDPs And The Long Journey Back Home

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    In the wake of the progress made by the Nigerian Army in countering insurgency in the North East and the semblance of peace much awaited for gradually returning to some paths of the north east, BUKOLA OGUNSINA ponders on how soon can federal government resettle the Internally Displaced Persons? “Nobody ever choses to be a…

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    Shere: A Community Encouraged To Hope

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    Shere is a community under the Bwari Area Council. Just like many of its kind, the community is underdeveloped in spite of its closeness to the Federal Capital Territory’s lush areas. Some members of the diplomatic corps and Future Assured Project, who  visited this community which is in dire need of water. to commission a…

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    Uzodinma Iweala:Writer Extraordinaire

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    Asked at an interview if he ever thought his novel, which he has gotten international acclaim, ‘Beasts of No Nations,’ written in 2005, would become a movie someday, the tall dark articulate writer, Uzodinma Iweala had responded, “I didn’t.” Well,  the book did, and has become so famous briningingrecognition to its author! It also won…

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    China: Land Of Red Lanterns

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    Our journey started taking a flight from the Nnamdi Azikiwue International Airport in Abuja to Addis Ababa. As the large aircraft crossed the Indian Ocean and headed for China, I wondered what to expect from a country that lived and practiced communism, in a socialist atmosphere. A country that had for some time now, opened…

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