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Medical student shares lessons about running spice, food, and clothing businesses

Umm Ayman was born in Jos, Plateau State. She is currently a first-year student at the University of Jos, studying science laboratory technology. As a child, she was introduced to Tambari magazine, a publication of Sunday Trust, by her late grandfather—that was the time she started developing business ideas. Determined to achieve her life goals, …

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How I mastered cake making  and turned it into a flourishing business

Maijidda Bala Usman is a native of Funtua, Katsina state who’s now residing in Abuja. Having developed her business idea, she enrolled in a baking school to acquire the rudimentary skills of cake making which she did in three weeks and then started her business. She shares her story with Rilwan Muhammad in this interview.  …

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Bright Ukwenga: How I switched from engineering to making fortune in book publishing 

Bright Ukwenga is an electrical and electronics engineer who combines machine engineering and mind engineering in an effort to impact the lives of people around him. When in 2017, he started the business and everything seemed bleak, Ukwenga didn’t quit—having understood the basic concept that patience and resilience are the two most important tools critical …

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Censorship: Role of Media in Sustainable Peace in Nigeria

Nigeria started on a right footing because the leaders of the First Republic were guided by patriotism, nationalism, selflessness, justice, and fairness which formed their major traits. Despite our heterogeneous nature, the country was moving as a united and indivisible nation. Student activism: A track to social development Chasing Dreams: Passion And What Again? The …

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AFCON 2021: The prospects and failures since inception

Practically, due to the delays in the construction of stadiums and other infrastructure, Cameroon, which was originally supposed to host the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) was reported to be hosting the famed tournament later in 2021 after the 2019 edition had already been relocated to Egypt. Again, as COVID-19 would change narratives, the …

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NANS alerts Timi of Ede, CP as cult members kill polytechnic student in Osun

The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Southwest has reacted to the killing of Hassan Adedeji, a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede, Osun State by suspected cult members. Adedeji was a higher diploma graduate awaiting mobilization for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). ASUU Strike: Why Nigerian students should acquire skills Road …

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ASUU Strike: Why Nigerian students should acquire skills

The lingering impasse between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the federal government is indeed a nightmare for students’ future and the nation’s education sector. Undoubtedly, it is affecting the student’s future, especially those from the less-privileged background. Road construction project in Ningi/Warji constituency How Nigerians can thrive with diversity and inclusivity Although …

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