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NCC: Mast radiation not harmful to human health

A Deputy Director in Nigeria Communication Commission (NCC), Mr Philips Eretan, says that the radiation from telecommunication mast has no harmful effect on human health.

African economic redemption: Chimera or hope?

Now they have developed to technologies for communications, Google, Facebook, YouTube, Uber, etc. all depending on our own fascination and should I say closeness and obsession with the use of the smartphones, the owners of these technologies rely on a simple fact, that algorithm was the answer to all problems.

We’re eager to come home and invest – US-based Nigerians

A group of accomplished Nigerian professionals in the U.S. have expressed their eagerness to come home and invest in the Nigerian economy to fast–track the development of the country.

China says no radiation harm from North Korea nuclear test

China has concluded that radiation levels remain normal in the provinces near the North Korean border after Pyongyang’s most powerful nuclear test yet spurred concerns of residual environmental damage.

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Don: Poor leadership responsible for high rate poverty in Nigeria

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EFCC chief Ibrahim Magu refutes reported governorship ambition

The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, on Monday refuted a report which said he had ambition to become Borno State Governor.