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Savvy, razzmatazz of Davos

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The World Economic Forum (WEF) has emerged as an international forum that unites political and business leaders as well as journalists from across the globe to discuss and shape global, regional and industrial agendas with regard to economics, health and the environment. The WEF is a Swiss non-profit foundation based in Cologny, Geneva. Describing itself as an independent international organisation committed to improving the state ...

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Killer floods!

Killer floods! KILLER FLOODS

  Cartoon by Francis Odupute

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Ahead COP21: France seeks partnership with oil producing nations

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Oil producing countries in Africa have been urged to partner on climate change. This will provide the synergy needed to promote acceptable international best practices in oil production and services across the world. The French Minister of Development, Pascal Canfin, stated this recently in Abuja at a dinner during a working visit to Nigeria on environmental issues and innovative finance. “Nigeria ...

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COP 19: From Lekan Fadina to Hamzat Lawal

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During the 19th Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 19) to the United Nations Framework Conventions on Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC) that held last November in Warsaw, Poland, two Nigerians easily caught my attention. One is in his sixties; the other in his twenties. Both had an aura of ingrained climate passion exuding from their restless personalities. And ...

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Benefits of hugs

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Have you had a hug today? Are you getting enough hugs? Psychotherapists say hugs can be very powerful, on an emotional, physical and mental level. Dr. Kadiri says there are chemicals and hormones that are released into the blood stream whenever we have a good hug. They include Endorphins, Oxytocin, and Dopamine. In a nutshell, hugging can improve your heart ...

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Lagos deaf church

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The Christian Holy Book, the Bible says: ‘let everything that has breath praise the Lord’. I witnessed a faithful devotion to this exhortation during a visit to a church for the deaf in Lagos. With drumming and dancing the congregation was full of happiness and joy despite their disability. Watch video…

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