It’s A Royal Baby Boy!

Wow how exciting to have a new baby boy😍A brand new member of the Royal Family👶🏾🍼❤️Congrats to Meghan and Harry👏🏽🤱🏽😃😍😘  #esosaaihiesinspiration2019  #esosaaihiesdailyinspirationals2019...

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Michaela DePrince – Wishing On A Star💫

24 year old Michaela Mabinty DePrince (born Mabinty Bangura) is a Sierra Leonean-American ballet dancer. Her father was killed by rebels & her mother died of fever & starvation in war torn Sierra Leone.  Michaela’s vitiligo, was frowned upon & led to her uncle leaving her at an orphanage where she was taunted, abused & called the devil’s child.  Michaela was inspired by the photo of a beautiful ballerina en...

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Super Eagles of Nigeria takes on Iceland, on Friday, 22 June 2018
Jun22

Super Eagles of Nigeria takes on Iceland, on Friday, 22 June 2018

By Kede Aihie Super Eagles’ Odion Ighalo and Victor Moses are optimistic that the team will have a better game in tomorrow’s second group match against Iceland in Volgograd, they claim to have learnt lessons from the 0-2 loss to Croatia. Outcome of ’s match Friday’s match against Iceland will decide Nigeria’s’ faith, as a victory will keep hope alive, while another defeat will see them join The Pharaohs of Egypt, and Morocco who are...

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African Business Network, 5th Revitalise Business Series 2017
Oct16

African Business Network, 5th Revitalise Business Series 2017

African Business Network, 5th Revitalise Business Series 2017 On 6th October 2017, African Business Network Event was hosted by Nigeria Magazine in partnership with Radix Legal & Consulting to celebrate African arts and culture, in commemoration of both the 40th anniversary of FESTAC ’77 and 30th anniversary of Black History Month in the UK. The event took place at the Double Tree by Hilton, Victoria London and was attended by an...

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African Business Network event, 6th October
Sep23
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Nigeria Infrastructure Series – Public Private Partnerships
Sep05

Nigeria Infrastructure Series – Public Private Partnerships

By Kede Aihie Nigeria (Africa’s largest economy) has spent over $30 billion on the power sector, since 1999, yet produces less than 4,000 megawatts of electricity for a population of 193 million. South Africa (2nd largest economy in Africa) produces over 40,000 megawatts for a population fewer than 50 million people. The narrative and optics of rationing, constant power cuts in the nation’s capital (FCT Abuja) and indeed across the...

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