Sunday, September 19th, 2021

News of the Day

  • Senate committee proposes 20 new states favouring the North.

    Senate committee proposes 20 new states favouring the North.0

    • News
    • Monday, August 9th, 2021

    The Senate Committee on Constitutional Review has recommended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) conduct a referendum for the creation of 20 new states. The committee’s decision was reached after considering various factors including the ability of civilian administration to create states. This is to happen despite the fact that less than five of the

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  • FIRS insist on collecting VAT till the Appeal Court states otherwise.

    FIRS insist on collecting VAT till the Appeal Court states otherwise.0

    • News
    • Tuesday, September 7th, 2021

    The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) insists it will continue to collect Value Added Tax (VAT) from businesses operating in the country. This comes despite the recent High Court judgment ruling against the agency in favour of Lagos and Rivers State. This was detailed in a letter sent by Muhammed Nami, executive chairman of FIRS,

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  • Electricity tarriffs increase as from today 1st of September in Nigeria.

    Electricity tarriffs increase as from today 1st of September in Nigeria.0

    • News
    • Wednesday, September 1st, 2021

    The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) says increasing electricity tariffs is based on its “standard operations,” not on the level of poverty Nigerians are battling. Meanwhile, the Coalition for Affordable and Regular Electricity (CARE), Oyo chapter, has kicked against the proposed upward review of electricity tariff by NERC. In a statement, the organisation stated that:

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  • Nigerian Medical Doctors continue on an indefinite strike.

    Nigerian Medical Doctors continue on an indefinite strike.0

    • News
    • Wednesday, August 11th, 2021

    The Nigerian National Association of Resident Doctors last Monday embarked on a nationwide industrial action over unpaid salaries, dearth of benefits to families of members that lost their lives to COVID-19 pandemic and hazard allowances, clamour for improved conditions, and the failure to domesticate Medical Residency Training (MRT) Act 2017 in states, among others. It

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  • Military coup in Guinea as Army Colonel Says Government Has Been Dissolved.

    Military coup in Guinea as Army Colonel Says Government Has Been Dissolved.0

    • News
    • Monday, September 6th, 2021

    After hours of heavy gunfire near the presidential palace in Guinean Conakry, an army colonel, Mamadi Doumbouya announced the termination of the government and constitution through the state television on Sunday and declared that President Alpha Conde’s government had been dissolved in the West African nation. The developments on Sunday bore all the hallmarks of

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  • FBI arrest warrant exposes Nigerian Police endemic corruption and rut.

    FBI arrest warrant exposes Nigerian Police endemic corruption and rut.0

    • News
    • Friday, August 6th, 2021

    The FBI issuing of an arrest warrant in relation to a prominent Nigerian policeman has exposed a corruption scandal in Nigeria that is being met with mixed reactions in the country and the policy. The Nigerian Police have a reputation for corruption that reaches up to the upper echelon of the organisation.  Abba Kyari a

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Nigeria

  • The migrant crisis without an end.

    The migrant crisis without an end.2

    • Africa
    • Friday, November 13th, 2020

    Europe is “underestimating” the scale and severity of the migration crisis and “millions of Africans” will flood the continent in the next five years unless urgent action is taken, a senior European official has warned. The dire prediction from Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament, came as Paris evacuated almost 3,000 migrants from a

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  • Pendulum: The Truth My Fulani Friends Must Accept By Dele Momodu

    Pendulum: The Truth My Fulani Friends Must Accept By Dele Momodu0

    “Everything that has a beginning must have an end. As they say on the street: “E fit take time, but one day, one day, Monkey go go market” “I love this quote about injustice: “Every person remembers some moment in their life where they witnessed some injustice, big or small, and looked away because the

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  • LASTMA as an instrument of extortion and entrapment in Lagos State.

    LASTMA as an instrument of extortion and entrapment in Lagos State.0

    The supposed purpose of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) is to “manage traffic in Lagos State, Nigeria”. In order words, LASTMA is traffic wardens tasked with the sole purpose of managing the free flow of traffic. But, as a lot of Lagosians will observe, the agency has morphed into a money-making machine both

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  • Why is the Black race at the lowest rung of the human race?

    Why is the Black race at the lowest rung of the human race?1

    • Africa
    • Sunday, August 30th, 2020

    When we talk about race, we talk about an ideology that says all human populations are divided into exclusive and distinct groups – that all human populations are ranked and not the same. In what Charles Darwin called Evolutionary Ladder, white Europeans are considered more “advanced” than other human races. This English naturalist presumed that

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  • Unmasking A Jihadi Masquerade: The Many Faces Of Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami

    Unmasking A Jihadi Masquerade: The Many Faces Of Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami0

    Nigerian Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Ali Isa Ibrahim Pantami is a man of many descriptions. To some, he is a bright-eyed, relentlessly intelligent and academically competent Young Turk, who has found his way into the topmost level of Nigeria’s government at the relatively young age of 48. To others, he is a symbol

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  • Buhari and His Tinubu Frankenstein, By Festus Adedayo

    Buhari and His Tinubu Frankenstein, By Festus Adedayo0

    The news last week that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had begun a probe into the finances of former governor of Lagos State and All Progressives Congress (EFCC) strongman, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, literally shattered the Nigerian political airwaves. In the news, the EFCC reportedly wrote a letter to the Code of Conduct Bureau

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  • The Negative Effects of Rigging in Nigeria’s Budding Democracy

    The Negative Effects of Rigging in Nigeria’s Budding Democracy0

    • Nigeria
    • Thursday, December 31st, 2020

    Seventeen years of hindsight should offer an empirical basis for greater optimism about the durability and performance of any democracy, but for Nigeria, maybe we are unsure. What can be attributed to the devaluation of democracy in Africa’s most populous nation if not systemic electoral riggings? Democracy in Nigeria is centred on the elites and

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  • Rejuvenation of Lagos State Under The Last Two Administrations

    Rejuvenation of Lagos State Under The Last Two Administrations4

    There is a popular acclamation that Lagos, a city in Nigeria, is the seventh fastest growing city in the world, and the second largest city in Africa. This mega city has a rich history of economic growth and transformation. Although, it covers only 0.4th of Nigeria’s territorial landmass, it accounts for over 60 percent of

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  • Nigeria: An Energy Deficient Country in the 21st Century era

    Nigeria: An Energy Deficient Country in the 21st Century era0

    No doubt, electricity is pivotal to the development of nations. Its use is directly correlated with healthy economic growth. But Nigeria – Africa’s most populous nation – has continued to experience skirmishes between its central leadership and private energy investors. Whilst the Ministry of Power initially pontificated about achieving stable electricity in a very short-period,

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  • Why Nigeria is stuck in a cycle of sharp devaluations

    Why Nigeria is stuck in a cycle of sharp devaluations0

    When it comes to currency devaluation in Nigeria, the policy approach seems to be the bigger the better. The devaluation of the currency is usually sudden and sharp, wreaking havoc on people and businesses. One might wonder what qualifies as a sharp devaluation. I derive this by taking the inflation differential between the US and

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  • The Negative Effects of Rigging in Nigeria’s Budding Democracy

    The Negative Effects of Rigging in Nigeria’s Budding Democracy0

    • Nigeria
    • Thursday, December 31st, 2020

    Seventeen years of hindsight should offer an empirical basis for greater optimism about the durability and performance of any democracy, but for Nigeria, maybe we are unsure. What can be attributed to the devaluation of democracy in Africa’s most populous nation if not systemic electoral riggings? Democracy in Nigeria is centred on the elites and

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  • Exodus of Black Africans to Europe: A Deja vu with a difference.

    Exodus of Black Africans to Europe: A Deja vu with a difference.0

    • Africa
    • Sunday, August 30th, 2020

    Many years ago, Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi asked the European Union for five billion Euros to stop people leaving Africa from his native Libya. He warned, “Europe might no longer be European, and even black, as there are millions who want to come in… We don’t know what will happen, what will be the reaction of

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  • Ann Coulter: Immigrant Of The Week: Henry Bello (Obotetukudo)

    Ann Coulter: Immigrant Of The Week: Henry Bello (Obotetukudo)0

    • USA
    • Sunday, January 10th, 2021

    Nigerian immigrant Henry Williams Obotetukudo, aka Henry Bello, opened fire with an AM-15 rifle at the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, killing one doctor and injuring a half-dozen others. I would prefer to leap right in and offer my ideas for stopping these immigrant shooting rampages, but first I’ll have to tell you the facts the media won’t.

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  • Nigerians must kill our leaders to kill corruption – Fani Kayode

    Nigerians must kill our leaders to kill corruption – Fani Kayode0

    The former Minister of Aviation, who served as the Spokesperson for former President Goodluck Jonathan’s presidential campaign, has called for drastic revolution in the country. Fani-Kayode took to his Facebook page to state that Nigeria had been impoverished over the years due to bad leadership and a sleeping citizenry. He said Nigeria needed a hero who

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  • Beyond “White Monopoly Capital” Who owns South Africa?

    Beyond “White Monopoly Capital” Who owns South Africa?0

    • Africa
    • Monday, January 25th, 2021

    The debate on ‘white monopoly capital’ has some blind spots as it omits the role of the state in ownership and control of the means of production. The state also controls the means of coercion and administration, writes Lucien van der Walt. The debate on ‘white monopoly capital’ has some blind spots as it omits

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  • What will happen in South Africa after Zuma leaves office

    What will happen in South Africa after Zuma leaves office0

    • Africa
    • Thursday, January 28th, 2021

    Anyone who believes there’s a quick fix for South Africa’s political and financial malaise when President Jacob Zuma leaves office needs to think again. His successor will inherit an economy that slid into recession in the first quarter, mismanaged state companies that are bleeding cash and a network of officials implicated in looting taxpayer funds.

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  • Investors would rather put their money in Mauritius than South Africa

    Investors would rather put their money in Mauritius than South Africa0

    • Africa
    • Thursday, January 28th, 2021

    Despite a larger economy and a much bigger population, South Africa’s political uncertainty and failure to draw cost-sensitive investors has given way for the rise of Mauritius as the top investment destination in Africa. Bravura’s executive director, Soria Hay, said Mauritius is fast-gaining the reputation among investors as being the true ‘gateway to Africa’ –

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  • Black ownership on the South African’s stock exchange .

    Black ownership on the South African’s stock exchange .0

    • Africa
    • Thursday, January 28th, 2021

    When the president’s estimates of the share of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) owned by black people jumped from 3% to 10%, a South African commentator took notice. “Something rings wrong,” Allan Greenblo, editorial director of retirement publication Today’s Trustee, stated.In response to the debate on his 2015 State of the Nation Address, President Jacob

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  • Slave markets in Libya – Who is to blame? By Elliot Booker

    Slave markets in Libya – Who is to blame? By Elliot Booker0

    • Africa
    • Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021

    When CNN released video footage of a live slave auction in Libya, captured by journalist Nima Elbagir, shockwaves were sent around the world. Libya’s suffering and slavery didn’t just happen. Starting the bidding at $400 each, buyers purchased 12 African migrants at an undisclosed location outside the capital city of Tripoli in a matter of minutes.

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  • Established story about how humans came from Africa may be wrong.

    Established story about how humans came from Africa may be wrong.0

    • Africa
    • Monday, February 1st, 2021

    The belief that humans came out of Africa millions of years ago is widely believed. But it might be about to be entirely re-written, according to the authors of a new study. They claim to have found a footprint in Crete that could change the narrative of early human evolution, suggesting that our ancestors were

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Africa

  • How would Africa be today if colonialism never happened?

    How would Africa be today if colonialism never happened?0

    • Africa
    • Friday, January 22nd, 2021

    Africa will simply be (no) more or less like Europe or the Middle East is today. Political Geography: A number of folks think the modern political geography would simply align with the ethnic groups in existence today. But this is unlikely. At the time the Europeans came, large African empires had already started assimilating small

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  • Why Do So Many Jews Hate Black People?

    Why Do So Many Jews Hate Black People?0

    • Africa
    • Thursday, March 4th, 2021

    Dov Lior, a popular chief rabbi in Israel, recently called Obama a Kushi, which is Israel’s equivalent to nig*er. Most Americans are completely unaware of the general contempt that many Jewish people have towards blacks, as Max Blumenthal found out when he interviewed dozens of young people in Israel who reiterated the Rabbi’s sentiments about

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  • Facts about slavery in Africa: An in-depth analysis of slavery

    Facts about slavery in Africa: An in-depth analysis of slavery0

    • Africa
    • Tuesday, March 9th, 2021

    European slaves were cheaper but Africans readily sold their own. Affecting millions it showed the horrors of forced labour in the 20th century. Using a new approach to DNA analysis, the 17th century bones of three African slaves have been traced to their countries of origin for the first time, researchers said this week. The

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  • Facts about Africa you probably did not know!

    Facts about Africa you probably did not know!0

    The African continent has the second largest population in the world, at about one billion people. Well over one thousand languages are spoken by the people of Africa. Some estimates put this number closer to two thousand. The largest religion in Africa is Islam, followed by Christianity. The African population is approximately 14.72% of the

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  • Why is the Black race at the lowest rung of the human race?

    Why is the Black race at the lowest rung of the human race?1

    • Africa
    • Sunday, August 30th, 2020

    When we talk about race, we talk about an ideology that says all human populations are divided into exclusive and distinct groups – that all human populations are ranked and not the same. In what Charles Darwin called Evolutionary Ladder, white Europeans are considered more “advanced” than other human races. This English naturalist presumed that

    READ MORE
  • Why do white people despise blacks? by Julius Malema

    Why do white people despise blacks? by Julius Malema0

    • Africa
    • Wednesday, February 17th, 2021

    There is no doubt that the recent social media posts by white supremacists referring to black people as animals and the uneducated, dirty masses are mere symptoms of an entrenched phenomenon of racism. Anti-black racism has been the order of the day in South Africa and our 22 years of democratic rule have dismally failed

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  • White flight from South Africa : Between staying and going

    White flight from South Africa : Between staying and going0

    • Africa
    • Friday, February 5th, 2021

    First, he thought it was a mouse, then a rat—and then the rat shot him in the face. That is how André Brink, one of South Africa’s most famous novelists, described the recent killing of his nephew Adri, at home at 3am in the morning. The young man was left to die on the floor,

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  • Why South Africa should undo Mandela’s economic deals – Patrick Bond

    Why South Africa should undo Mandela’s economic deals – Patrick Bond0

    • Africa
    • Friday, February 19th, 2021

    Is South Africa finally maturing to the point that the economic – not just political – compromises of the 1990s democratic transition can be reconsidered? When engaging student activists, for example, University of the Free State rector Jonathan Jansen frets that “If [former President Nelson] Mandela gets any mention at all, it is as a

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  • Being coloured in a black and white South Africa

    Being coloured in a black and white South Africa0

    Africa’s 21 years of democracy. Although having lost much of its appeal today, it’s an ideology we’ve been force-fed. It’s based on the fact that South Africa is one of the most diverse countries in the world, and we need to embrace this diversity (all very happy-clappy, wishy-washy and fairytale-like). Despite this, it still feels

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  • African Pastors: Living the Higher Life in the Midst of Poverty

    African Pastors: Living the Higher Life in the Midst of Poverty0

    • Africa
    • Sunday, December 13th, 2020

    The issue of wealth and people’s response to it has created a clear divide in the body of Christ. While some preachers believe that God’s ultimate plan for His children is to prosper in this world and live eternally with Him in heaven quoting ‘I wish above all things that thou prosper …’ Others disagree

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World

  • Vladimir Putin Deploys Nuclear Capable Missiles Targeting Europe

    Vladimir Putin Deploys Nuclear Capable Missiles Targeting Europe0

    • Europe
    • Thursday, February 18th, 2021

    Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, said on Monday he would move nuclear-capable missiles closer to Europe in response to Nato’s expansion in the Baltic states. In a bold display of force against Western allies, Russian S-400 surface-to-air missiles and a ballistic Iskander system will be deployed in Kaliningrad, which is situated between Lithuania and Poland.

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  • Long-term effects of slave exporting in West Africa By Nonso Obikili

    Long-term effects of slave exporting in West Africa By Nonso Obikili0

    • Africa
    • Saturday, February 13th, 2021

    History matters. Historical events can sometimes have consequences that last long after the events have finished. An important part of Africa’s past is its history of slave exporting. Although Africa is not unique to the trading of slaves, the magnitude of slave exporting rose to levels not previously experienced anywhere else in the world. Between

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  • Lending by the IMF and its many implications and complications for Africans

    Lending by the IMF and its many implications and complications for Africans0

    • Finance
    • Saturday, February 6th, 2021

    A country in severe financial trouble, unable to pay its international bills, poses potential problems for the stability of the international financial system, which the IMF was created to protect. Any member country, whether rich, middle-income, or poor, can turn to the IMF for financing if it has a balance of payments need—that is, if

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  • Why Jerusalem has always been such a dangerous flashpoint

    Why Jerusalem has always been such a dangerous flashpoint0

    • World
    • Friday, January 29th, 2021

    There are bulls in china shops and then there is Donald Trump. Charging in where every US President before him had feared to tread, he announced yesterday his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Israelis, naturally, were delighted; Palestinians appalled. In Gaza, Hamas pledged that the decision would “open the gates of hell”. The tone

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  • Who Brought the Slaves to America? The True History of Slavery in the USA

    Who Brought the Slaves to America? The True History of Slavery in the USA0

    • USA
    • Wednesday, January 27th, 2021

    The story of the slaves in America begins with Christopher Columbus. His voyage to America was not financed by Queen Isabella, but by Luis de Santangelo, who advanced the sum of 17,000 ducats (about 5,000 pounds-today equal to 50,000 pounds) to finance the voyage, which began on August 3, 1492. Columbus was accompanied by five ‘maranos’

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  • It Is Not Islam That Drives Young Europeans to Jihad.

    It Is Not Islam That Drives Young Europeans to Jihad.0

    • World
    • Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

    Salman Abedi, the suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a Manchester pop concert this week, started life advantageously enough: to parents who had fled Gadhafi’s Libya for a new life in Britain. But actually it was that kind of dislocation that would send him off kilter two decades later, says Olivier Roy, one of

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  • Tens of Billions in Dollars : Nigeria still can’t keep the lights on

    Tens of Billions in Dollars : Nigeria still can’t keep the lights on0

    Five minutes into Frank Edozie’s presentation on the challenges facing Nigeria’s power industry, the electricity cut out in the Jasmine Hall at the upmarket Eko Hotel in Lagos. “Very timely,” Edozie, a former power ministry adviser and a senior consultant to the U.K.-funded Nigerian Infrastructure Advisory Facility, said over the low muttering and laughter of an audience

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  • Nigerians must kill our leaders to kill corruption – Fani Kayode

    Nigerians must kill our leaders to kill corruption – Fani Kayode0

    The former Minister of Aviation, who served as the Spokesperson for former President Goodluck Jonathan’s presidential campaign, has called for drastic revolution in the country. Fani-Kayode took to his Facebook page to state that Nigeria had been impoverished over the years due to bad leadership and a sleeping citizenry. He said Nigeria needed a hero who

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  • How Slavery Helped Build a World Economy by the Schomburg Centre

    How Slavery Helped Build a World Economy by the Schomburg Centre0

    • World
    • Saturday, March 20th, 2021

    “Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!”—Patrick Henry, Speech in the Virginia Convention, March, 1775. African peoples were captured and

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  • The great exodus through the Mediterranean sea

    The great exodus through the Mediterranean sea0

    • World
    • Friday, March 12th, 2021

    Every day, thousands of refugees head for Europe. Their hopes for a new life are greater than their fear of the passage across the Mediterranean Sea. It’s springtime, and again, refugees are making their way to Europe. The reasons are manifold: poverty – often abject poverty -, no education, no chance of a job. Then

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  • Ann Coulter: Immigrant Of The Week: Henry Bello (Obotetukudo)

    Ann Coulter: Immigrant Of The Week: Henry Bello (Obotetukudo)0

    • USA
    • Sunday, January 10th, 2021

    Nigerian immigrant Henry Williams Obotetukudo, aka Henry Bello, opened fire with an AM-15 rifle at the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, killing one doctor and injuring a half-dozen others. I would prefer to leap right in and offer my ideas for stopping these immigrant shooting rampages, but first I’ll have to tell you the facts the media won’t.

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Business

  • Why China Is Rattling the World and we are all in awe.

    Why China Is Rattling the World and we are all in awe.0

    • China
    • Monday, December 14th, 2020

    China’s economy, long a reliable source of growth, is faltering, prompting concerns that are now shaking global stock markets. Companies and countries that depend heavily on trade with China are reassessing their strategies in the face of uncertainty. As China’s economy slows, countries with significant exposure to raw materials, like Australia and Brazil, are facing serious headwinds.

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  • The Real Truth About Life In London as seen by Uche Nworah

    The Real Truth About Life In London as seen by Uche Nworah0

    • Europe
    • Saturday, November 21st, 2020

    As I write this, I so very much desire to read Sam Selvon’s 1956 book aptly titled The Lonely Londoners, a chronicle and account of the lonely and sometimes frustrating life of people of Afro-Caribbean descent living in London. I will assume that Selvon’s analysis and descriptions also apply to later day immigrants to the

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  • Case For The Break Up Of Nigeria Into Manageable Units

    Case For The Break Up Of Nigeria Into Manageable Units0

    • Nigeria
    • Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020

    Yes I do believe that better governance,  more productivity, a committed, hardworking  and more patriotic citizenry will be very difficult to achieve with the current over- sized Nigeria- both in terms of population and geographical size. And No I do not want the country broken into two- North and South as some have been clamouring;

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  • Will the Pandemic Spell the End for Oil and Gas? By Renee Cho

    Will the Pandemic Spell the End for Oil and Gas? By Renee Cho0

    In August, Exxon Mobil, once the largest publicly traded company in the world, was dropped from the Dow Jones industrial average after 92 years. Exxon’s removal is emblematic of the changing profiles of energy companies. In 2008, oil and gas companies accounted for more than 15 percent of the S&P 500; today they make up

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  • How to Invest Like a Hedge Fund By Glenn Curtis

    How to Invest Like a Hedge Fund By Glenn Curtis0

    Ever wonder how hedge fund managers think and how they are sometimes able to generate explosive returns for their investors? You aren’t alone. For years, hedge funds have retained a certain level of mystery about them and the way they operate; and for years, public companies and retail investors have tried to figure out the

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  • Ethiopian Airlines’ Success Story as definer of African Renaissance

    Ethiopian Airlines’ Success Story as definer of African Renaissance1

    • Africa
    • Monday, February 15th, 2021

    Ethiopian Airlines is a unique symbol of pan-Africanism and definer of African Renaissance. It is currently Africa’s fastest-growing and most-profitable airline – serving a network of well over 113 passenger destinations. Headquartered at Bole International Airport Addis Ababa, this state-owned carrier spreads beyond borders, touches down in diverse international countries, and serves as the official

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  • The Tesla battery heralds the beginning of the end for fossil fuels

    The Tesla battery heralds the beginning of the end for fossil fuels1

    While wind and solar power have made great strides in recent years, with renewables now accounting for 22% of electric energy generated, the issue that has held them back has been their transience. The sun doesn’t shine at night and the wind doesn’t blow year-round – these are the mantras of all those opposed to the

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  • Prosecutor says Trump could be culpable for his role in Capitol riot

    Prosecutor says Trump could be culpable for his role in Capitol riot0

    • USA
    • Monday, March 22nd, 2021

    Michael Sherwin, the federal prosecutor who previously led the criminal investigation into the Capitol riot, said former President Trump could be culpable for his role in the raid. Sherwin told CBS News’s “60 Minutes” in an interview that aired Sunday that it was “unequivocal” that the former president was “the magnet that brought the people

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  • How to buy and sell Bitcoin for profits in the present

    How to buy and sell Bitcoin for profits in the present0

    You most likely came across this article searching for ways to make money using Bitcoin. Maybe you want to learn effective ways to invest in Bitcoin. Crypto trading is one of the best ways to make money with Bitcoin. People have used Bitcoin for over a decade now. Some people have made a lot of

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