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    Ambassador Pirjo to Nigerians: ‘Reduce dependency on oil’

    Pirjo Suomela-Chowdury

    THE Ambassador of Finland to Nigeria, Pirjo Soumela-Chowdhury, has asked Nigeria to reduce dependency on oil, explaining that the drive to diversify the economy is what every country, including Nigeria has to look towards to.

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    Heatwaves: More discomfort, health risks

    THE warning by the Nigerian Meteorological Agency, NIMeT, that Nigerians should brace up for more hot days, warm nights and heatwave across the country did not come as a surprise. Indeed over the past few months, Nigerians have been on the receiving end of intense waves of hot and humid air currents blowing across the nation, a development which has become a topic of popular discussion and a source of concern among medical and scientific experts.

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    Comrade Adams Oshiomhole with Edaiken N’Uselu, Crown Prince Ehenede Erediauwa

    Benin Kingdom undergoing historic tradition rites —Crown Prince Erediauwa

    Benin Kingdom has been bubbling with traditional activities in the past four months and a major significant one was the visit of the Edaiken N’Uselu, Crown Prince Ehenede Erediauwa, last Thursday, to the governor of Edo State, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, at Government House, Benin-City. That was his first appearance in Benin-City since he moved to his new aboard in Uselu following the ongoing traditional rites in Benin-City.

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    Why sex makes the world go round

    Have you ever wondered why there is so much talk about sex in the 21st century? Everything about a life is linked to sex and the woman. She is a poet’s dream. An artist’s impression. The lyrics of a successful male musician. The dance steps of a skilled instrumentalist and a photographer’s imagination.

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    Is Kaduna still Nigeria’s Mafia city?

    Kaduna was said to have been founded by the British in 1913, according to Wikipedia, the online encyclopaedia. The area served as headquarters of Northern Region beginning from 1917 and several years after the collapse of the Northern Region, Kaduna, the capital city of Kaduna State, has continued to be regarded as the unofficial headquarters of northern Nigeria.

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