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Successful partnerships between the public and private sectors are needed to strengthen economic development and innovation in Latin America, according to a new report by the World Economic Forum. The report, Creating New
A shootout at Nigeria's State Security Services headquarters near the presidential villa killed at least 18 people on Sunday, a government spokeswoman said of what appears to be an attempted jailbreak by Islamic extremists.
Beatings, harassment, unemployment, homelessness, fearscenes from Nigeria's anti-gay crackdown...Around midnight on February 13, a young Nigerian man named Femi* was jolted out of his evening prayer by shouting outside his window. A crowd of some 40
Femi Santiago has admitted that he came close to taking his own life when he was homeless as a teenager. The star revealed on Saturday night's episode of The Voice that he had a troubled childhood and a difficult family life and as a result spent six
Home > The Voice > Will.i.am admits he got it wrong' with Iesher Haughton & Femi Santiago on The Voice Will.i.am admits he got it wrong' with Iesher Haughton & Femi Santiago on The Voice March 8th, 2014 by Lisa McGarry. Will.i.am admits to having
Femi Santiago isn't just your average singer and on tonight's episode of The Voice he reveals that he's overcome a LOT in his life to reach this point. The dad of one works as an employment officer and sings on the side and this evening he'll make
When Nigerian footballer Adewumi Joshua Femi first set foot in Nepal's capital Kathmandu, he had no idea what to expect. "I had never heard of Nepal, let alone of football in Nepal."...Determined to join the ever-growing list of African players
By EMMANUEL UDOM The moves by a lawmaker in Nigeria to dismiss bribery charges against Farouk Lawan and Boniface Emenalo, has grumbled like a pack of badly arranged cards.
Fani-Kayode stated in his article entitled 'Delusion of Today's Men', a reaction to Abati's own, 'Hypocrisy of Yesterday's Men'. According to Fani-Kayode, instead of Abati addressing issues raised by stakeholders on accountability, especially on the
AT THE ICA | November 07, 2012 "I had to do something," says choreographer/dancer Kyle Abraham, taking a break from rehearsing his company Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion in a downtown SoHo studio recently.