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Soyinka, Okonjo-Iweala, Uranta Others Rally Support For Troops

Soyinka, Okonjo-Iweala, Uranta Others Rally Support For Troops

Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka and Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, yesterday, called on Nigerians to support the military in the fight against terrorism, noting that every citizen must be involved in the battle in respective of tribe and religion. The duo spoke in Lagos at an event entitled: ‘National Rally Against Terror,’ convened

Foreigners Leave in Droves for Fear of Post-Election Violence

As Nigerians count days to the country’s general elections come March 28 2015, many foreigners appear to be leaving the country in droves as witnessed by Vanguard Consular Advisory at both Lagos and Abuja international airports. Investigations revealed that many foreign missions in the country have advised their citizens against staying behind for fear of

Ending Insurgency: Experts Recommend Eradication Of Poverty, Inequality

As the Nigerian Government intensifies battle against militant sect, Boko Haram, some conflict resolution experts say the country might have to map out more strategies to contend with the insurgency for the next six years. An in-depth analysis by the researchers revealed that increasing poverty and inequality has led to the consistent violent conflict particularly

Share a Coke is About Making an Iconic Brand Personal to Consumers

In  January,  Coca-Cola swapped its iconic logo with some  popular names among  Nigerians when  it launched the Share a Coke campaign. Quickly the campaign  inspired  a sharing frenzy among consumers who were excited to  share the moment with people that matter most to them. Adjudged as one of the best marketing campaigns, Share a Coke