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Ted Mukoro: The colossus takes a bow

Tribute to pioneer village headmaster, Theodore Mukoro

1. At 89, with only a few months shy of a landmark birthday celebration in the works, Mister Ted Mukoro has gone the way of all flesh. May the Good Lord rest his soul and graciously resume production of his likes, even if in limited editions.

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Stanbic IBTC’s children slant

THE desire of all parents is to give their children the best in life: the best upbringing, education, exposure, life experiences, and so on. Of these, however, perhaps the greatest legacy a parent can bequeath to a child is sound and qualitative education. Education gives a child a sound footing in life, which explains why as parents we continue to seek out the best education opportunities for our children worldwide. From neighbouring Benin Republic, South Africa to far away Japan, Australia, and even Iceland, Nigerians pay billions of dollars to ensure their children are properly educated.

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It is Buhari who Is lazy and not Nigeria’s youth – Reno

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 was my saddest day of 2018 so far. My privilege as a Nigerian was breached when President Buhari, who should be the main marketer and chief diplomat of Nigeria and Nigerians, took time out if his not very busy schedule to de-market Nigeria before elite world business and political leaders at the ongoing Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London.

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