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BB BLING- THE NEXT BIG THING

BB BLING- THE NEXT BIG THING

Uncategorized November 10, 2011 at 1:35 pm 0 comments

Web evangelists argue that the internet brings people around the world closer together by making them understand each other’s concern. Furthermore, access to the internet has
grown at an incredible rate from 16million users in 1995 to nearly 2billion today. Williams Hague the British Foreign Secretary said recently

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BB BLING- THE NEXT BIG THING

BB BLING- THE NEXT BIG THING

Uncategorized November 10, 2011 at 12:35 pm 0 comments

Web evangelists argue that the internet brings people around the world closer together by making them understand each other’s concern. Furthermore, access to the internet has
grown at an incredible rate from 16million users in 1995 to nearly 2billion today. Williams Hague the British Foreign Secretary said recently

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1=1027: THE GILAD SHALIT STORY AND THE NIGERIAN ANGLE

1=1027: THE GILAD SHALIT STORY AND THE NIGERIAN ANGLE

Uncategorized November 2, 2011 at 6:23 pm 0 comments

By Kikiowo Ileowo

Abduction is not a new phenomenon; it’s a known occurrence world over. The Gilad Shalit story is a very interesting account that steers deep thoughts whenever the subject comes to heart.
The Israeli nation is not new to captivity and oppression, right from the days

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RELIGION MY FOOT!

Religion, Uncategorized October 12, 2011 at 9:48 pm 0 comments

Various reports suggest that Nigerians are the most religious people on earth; one reports majority (52%) are Muslims, Christians (46%) and others (2%)[i], another reliable research has it that Muslims are 50%, Christians 40% and practitioners of indigenous beliefs, 10%[ii]. Nevertheless, despite her proven religiousity, the country is still in

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RELIGION MY FOOT!

Uncategorized October 12, 2011 at 8:48 pm 0 comments

Various reports suggest that Nigerians are the most religious people on earth; one reports majority (52%) are Muslims, Christians (46%) and others (2%)[i], another reliable research has it that Muslims are 50%, Christians 40% and practitioners of indigenous beliefs, 10%[ii]. Nevertheless, despite her proven religiousity, the country is still in

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