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Nigeria is pampering him – Igwebeze

The unfolding power game in Cote D’ Ivoire has all the trappings of a similar episode in Liberia and Sierra Leone where Nigerians were victims. In this interview, Mr. Frank Igwebeze, a the former Midweek Editor and Foreign News Editor of the defunct National Concord newspapers, narrowly escaped the war in Liberia, shares his experience.

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‘Enahoro was more than a media image’

Even in death, Chief Anthony Enahoro has continued to attract the admiration of Nigerians who appreciated his contribution to the struggle to make Nigeria a better place to live in. In this interview, the Dean of Centre for Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Professor Kayode Soremekun, who, like Enahoro, was an alumnus of King’s College, Lagos, recollects the life and times of the late nationalist beyond the media perception of his contribution to the making of Nigerian state.

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This’ll be the greatest Congress ever …says Pastor Adeboye

WE were ushered into the sitting room of one of the most influential individuals in the world at about 11.45
a.m. on Friday for a 12.00 noon appointment. Knowing that the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye is very time conscious, we sat down hoping to relax for about 15 minutes, but four minutes later he strolled into the room throwing the delegation lead by Vanguard Editor, Mr. Mideno Bayagbon for that Thank-You Visit in a momentary confusion.

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HIV & AIDS: If you’re not infected, you’re affected

If mankind was asked to name the most troubling viral disorder of all time, the acronym “HIV & AIDS” is most likely to be repeatedly mentioned. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the name of the virus that results in AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) which describes the collection of symptoms caused by HIV after it destroys a person’s immune system.

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Why Aba became a target

INSTRUCTIVELY, Aba is a major trading city in Abia State, located on the Aba River. According to reports, the town was established by the Igbo people. It was a military base used by the British colonial administration in 1901. The city became a collecting point for agricultural products.

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