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The Guardian Nigeria

Wednesday 1 July 2015
The Guardian: Sunday Magazine

Tunde Lakoju Dr. Tunde Lakoju, a politician and public analyst, represented Akoko-Edo Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives between 1999 and 2003. He spoke to ALEMMA-OZIORUVA ALIU on the...

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Producer, The Turtle Taido Team, Muyiwa Kayode; Animation Director, Don Morgan and Artie Romero and Project Manager, Gretchen Piper Culture is perhaps the most important element of a people’s identity....

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Joe Amenechi will take art enthusiasts on a ride in his solo art exhibition titled Pieces of Me currently showing at Rele Gallery, Onikan, Lagos it will end July 26, 2015. The gallery says the body of...

Speaker House of Representatives , Yakubu Dogara THOUGH, efforts of the Chief John Odigie-Oyegun-led national executive of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to broker peace among aggrieved members of...

Waste Paper Rakes In Huge Profit  NECESSITY has led some creative people to seek solutions to the problems of packaging commodities like gift items, books, food, medicines and other light articles bought...

Diseye Tantua, in his studio, at Port Harcourt The common phrase that suggests ‘reinventing the wheel’ as unnecessary adventure appears more salient in the field of creating art. Not even the energy...

Rev. Peter Obadan is a former Deputy Governor of Edo State. He spoke with ALEMMA-OZIORUVA ALIU on the challenges facing APC. How do you feel seeing that some APC legislators in the National Assembly went...

Maps and Identity by Olumide Onadipe Man’s pride in science and technological advancement, which has been widely accepted as meeting nearly all human challenges across generations, has come under the...

Chief Frank Kokori Chief Frank Kokori, former secretary general of National Union of Petroleum and Gas (NUPENG) told KAMAL TAYO OROPO that the blame for the crisis in the governing All Progressives Congress...

Ornette Coleman THE demise of the legendary saxophonist Ornette Coleman, who rewrote the language of jazz, has several implications for the evolution of jazz, its dynamics and future. He pioneered ‘free...