Friday, December 2nd, 2022



  • 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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  • Suspected Herdsmen Kill two and Burn Amotekun Vehicle in Ondo

    Suspected Herdsmen Kill two and Burn Amotekun Vehicle in Ondo0

    Two people were reportedly killed by suspected herdsmen in Ondo following an assault on men from the State Security Network Agency, also known as Amotekun. The incident occurred on Thursday in Sanusi Village, in the state’s Owo Local Government Area, according to sources. It was concluded that the victims of the incident were a farmer

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  • The Transatlantic Slave Trade by Toyin Falola and Saheed Aderinto

    The Transatlantic Slave Trade by Toyin Falola and Saheed Aderinto1

    • Africa
    • Thursday, February 11th, 2021

    The Transatlantic Slave Trade began in the late 15th century in Nigeria. By 1471, Portuguese navigators hoping to tap the fabled Saharan gold trade had reconnoitered the West African coast as far as the Niger Delta, and traded European commodities for local crafts as well as slaves, the latter which turned out to be highly

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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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  • Nigeria: So much rice in the land but should we be growing something else?

    Nigeria: So much rice in the land but should we be growing something else?0

    Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few years, you probably know that Nigeria has made rice a focus of its agricultural policy. The “problem” being solved here is that we import too much rice and the government wants us to produce more at home. Which, in of itself, is not

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