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I did not contest against my brother, he contested against me – Don pedro Obaseki

Don Pedro Obaseki, PhD,   is one of those prodigious Nigerians who at the early age of 23 years had already acquired a doctoral degree from the University of Benin. He lectured in that very University for several years until theatre, television and full time communications practice took him to Lagos where he staged many plays, worked immensely for Clapperboard, a TV content medium, DBN and was later consultant for the establishment of the first privately owned radio station in Nigeria; Raypower FM and later AIT and DAARSAT.

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This is my true story — Churchill Oladuni

IN line with the mission of this column as a platform where personal experiences are told to positively shape humanity, this encounter with renowned entrepreneur, Churchill Oladuni leaves many beneficial takeaways. It is an account of focus, decisiveness, and growth narrated to Charles Kumolu&Chris Onuoha by a man, whose desire to build a personal brand has seen him getting involved with the high and mighty beyond the shores of Nigeria. He heads top-notch organisations like the Big Church Foundation, King Andre Realtors, a real estate firm, and Big Church Haven, an ICT firm.

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Kogi State  under siege, govt seems helpless; clueless says Okai Austin

The National coordinator Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Youth Frontier, Comrade Usman Okai Austin who is a native of Emewe-Opada, in Dekina Local Government Area‎ in Kogi State also an advocate for social justice and good governance in Nigeria has said that Kogi state is in the hands of kidnappers and the government seems helpless and clueless on what to do to bring the situation to a halt .

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KADUNA: Why they are ganging up against us – el Rufai

The governor of Kaduna state, Mallam Nasir El Rufai recently appeared on a network interview with four local radio stations in the state, namely, Radio Nigeria, Kaduna Tate Media Corporation, Nagarta Radio and Freedom Radio, where he spoke on a wide range of issues affecting his state. He spoke on why some members of his party are opposed to his administration; why he sacked a senior official of his administration for awarding fictitious contracts and why he is not bothered about re-election for now.

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Institutional deficiencies impede insurance growth in Nigeria — Soladoye

HOW did you get into insurance, was that your chosen career from the beginning?
I didn’t want to study insurance and I in fact rejected studying insurance. I wanted to go to Ahmadu Bello University because I was a very staunch Muslim student at secondary school and at HSC levels. So because of Islam, I wanted to go to ABU to study accounting and it was in the days of direct entry – before JAMB.

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