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Look no further than the calabash if you want evidence of how we are blind to opportunities under our noses

By Ayo Akinfe

[1] If you want further evidence of the fact that Nigeria is sitting on an unbelievable gold mine, look no further than bottle gourds. They are used for a wide array of purposes. We hollow them out and the dried calabashes produced are used as household utensils across West Africa. They are used to clean rice, carry water, cooking utensils and as food containers. Smaller ones are used as bowls to drink palm wine too

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Ngige threatens to take action against NLC after they block his road with petrol tankers

LABOUR minister Dr Chris Ngige has promised to make the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) pay for waking him up at 5am in the morning when it parked two tankers in front of his residence as part of a protest in an ongoing industrial dispute.

 

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Goodluck and Diezani accused of receiving bribes from Shell and Eni in fresh London court case

FEDERAL government lawyers have filed a suit in a London high court against Shell and the Italian oil giant Eni in which it accuses former president Dr Goodluck Jonathan and ex-petroleum minister Diezani Alison-Madueke of receiving bribes.

 

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EFCC seals five Ikoyi mansions said to belong to senate president Bukola Saraki

ECONOMIC and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) officials have sealed off five properties belonging to senate president Senator Bukola Saraki in Lagos claiming he acquired them using public funds when he was Kwara State governor.

 

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Aare Ona Kakanfo Ganiyu Adams warns Buhari against treating Macban with kids gloves

AARE Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland Chief Ganiyu Adams has warned President Muhammadu Buhari against treating the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (Macban) with kid gloves urging him to deal with them decisively.

 

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Nigeria is one of the 20 nations who make the homo sapiens specie who they are

 

By Ayo Akinfe

 

Nigeria is one of the 20 nations who make the homo sapiens specie who we are

By Ayo Akinfe

[1] China - Our most populous nation and the currently jest setter in terms of innovative and technological development. Before the end of the 21st century, I can see them taking humanity to unimaginable heights

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Super Falcons set national and African goalscoring record beating Niger Republic 15-0

NIGERIA'S Super Falcons have set a new national footballing record by beating Niger Republic 15-0 in the ongoing West African Football Union (Wafu) tournament currently taking place in Ivory Coast.

 

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Super Falcons aim to lift Wafu Cup as a morale booster ahead of next month's World Cup in France

NIGERIA'S Super Falcons are on course to lift their first ever West African Football Union (Wafu) trophy after winning their opening match in the ongoing regional tournament taking place in Ivory Coast by thrashing Burkina Faso 5-1.

 

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Buhari thanks China Railway Construction Corporation for investing in Nigeria's infrastructure

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has thanked China for its continued investment in the Nigerian economy saying the Chinese have exhibited genuine efforts to improve Nigeria's infrastructural development.

 

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Alaigbo Development Foundation leader warns everyone else to leave 2023 presidency to Ndigbo

PAN-Igbo cultural association the Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF) has warned all other component parts of the country to stay clear of the presidency come 2023 as the position should automatically go to the southeast.

 

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