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Aisha Buhari and that BBC interview, by Reuben Abati

Aisha Buhari and that BBC interview, by Reuben Abati

Public communication is one of the most delicate challenges that people in public life face, either in the corporate or the public sector. Many people suddenly find themselves in high places, and they become a source of news, a potential interview subject, and they get chased around by journalists and other media figures who want

Abuse of Social Media, A call for Caution, by Emmanuel Ajibulu

Social media is a term used to collectively describe a set of tools that foster interaction, discussion and community, allowing people to build relationships and share information among other things. Media is an instrument of communication, like a newspaper or a radio, television etc. Essentially social media would be a social instrument of communication. It

Terror As The Vehicle To Aso Rock – By Akin Osuntokun

“We want to pass this message to all the international oil companies operating in the Niger Delta that the Nigerian military can’t protect their facilities. They should talk to the federal government to meet our demands else, more mishaps will befall their installations,”it stated. “Until our demands are met, no repair works should be done

President Buhari, Cameron and Corruption, by Reuben Abati

“We have got the leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain… Nigeria and Afghanistan, possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world”, UK Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on tape telling the Queen ahead of the anti-corruption summit organized by the UK Government, this week, which was attended by Nigerian President,

End the pains, build a future!

Even though President Muhammadu Buhari appropriately sounded a note of caution that the journey is not guaranteed to be an easy one, the good news is that the budget has been signed, work would begin and the good times should start rolling very soon. If nothing else, the president, for once, showed he can communicate

THE GALAXY JUST LOST ONE OF ITS BEST STARS- A TRIBUTE TO MY DEAR EGBON AMBASSADOR GBENGA OLOFIN, BY HON. BIMBO DARAMOLA

DEATH JUST COMMITTED ANOTHER MURDER!!! Now I’m disconsolate and distraught.   Sometimes I feel as advanced as science is I feel science is still grossly deficient and limited. Or how do we explain all the advancement in space and stellar technological conquests yet death seems to still have its way stealthily walking in and at

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