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EZEEMO: Man who only dreamed of owning a car, comfortable house

THIS is the story of deprivations, resilience, and triumph. It reveals how the innate traits of resourcefulness and desire to finish strong combined to produce one of the successful entrepreneurs in Nigeria, Chief Godwin Ezeemo. To give back to humanity, he currently seeks to serve his state, Anambra at the highest level.

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Nigeria foreign reserves have been depleted by foreign airlines – Onyema

The aviation industry in Nigeria is not at the level we should have expected it to be, but it is still growing. There is a lot of improvement needed in the industry. When I was coming in, I was warned about the harsh environment under which Nigerian airlines were operating. I dismissed such warnings with a wave of the hand, but now I have seen it all.

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Kalanama VIII: A journey turned around by teacher’s victimization

His Royal Majesty, Pere S.P. Luke Kalanama VIII’s story presents an interesting result of turning missed opportunity into a success story. This, he was able to achieve by making the right choices, especially at a point when his major dream of becoming a soldier failed after being interviewed by a board headed by a former Head of State, Gen Abdulsalami Abubakar (retd), who was then a Brigadier General. The power of focus and persistence are brought to bear in his narrative. Today, apart from being a famous traditional ruler, he has achieved success in his endavours.

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Nigeria remains the best place to invest, anywhere in the world — Chairman, BUA Group

The journey of the Nigerian integrated cement manufacturing, which took a new course just over a decade ago, has seen Nigeria move from a nation with under 3 million tonnes of production capacity to a country that will have some 45 million tons of cement manufacturing capacity by next year – implying about 15 fold increase in capacities. This important feat has not only made Nigeria self sufficient in cement production but also a net exporter of the commodity

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S3x not food to me, just exercise – — Mosunmola Adeleye

I switched to acting because my former job wasn’t fetching me enough money. Then, I was working as an accounting officer  with the Ministry of Finance in Ogun State. At that time it was the former governor, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, that was in power. I found out that I only went to work three days out of the five working days because I had to be on location. When I noticed my job wasn’t allowing me to focus on my acting I decided to quit. It was an easy decision because I was making more money from acting than what the government job was paying me.

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