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Nigerian Undergraduates Test Self-built Cars in Lagos for Shell Eco-marathon

Nigerian Undergraduates Test Self-built Cars in Lagos for Shell Eco-marathon

Students from three Nigerian universities tested self-built cars in Lagos on March 18, 2015 in the build-up to the 30th edition of Shell Eco-marathon Europe (SEME) in Rotterdam in May 2015. The students from the University of Lagos, University of Benin and Ahmadu Bello ...

Arise Arizechi

April 19th, 2015

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Chika Oduah: The Journalist and Writer Extraordinaire Is Live On Konnect Africa!!!

Chika Oduah: The Journalist and Writer Extraordinaire Is Live On Konnect Africa!!!

Chikaodinaka Oduah is a wordsmith. She shapes and crafts words to produce the most enthralling, diverse and thought-provoking objects of pleasure. The journalist who started her career at the NBC News in New York, USA, and worked at Sahara TV, continues to enjoy a gratifying

Jennifer Nkem-Eneanya

April 2nd, 2013

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If The Pope Was A Nigerian Politician…

If The Pope Was A Nigerian Politician…

On the 11th of February, 2013 the (emeritus) Pope Benedict XVI announced to the world that he was going to resign his position as Pope on the 28th of February, 2013. The Pope made this announcement in what was otherwise supposed to be a consistory for canonization of three ...

John Offiong [SAVVY]

March 15th, 2013

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Kelvin Okafor; A Talent Worthy of Da-Vinci’s Respect!!!

Kelvin Okafor; A Talent Worthy of Da-Vinci’s Respect!!!

The News Media has been a-buzz with the name of Kelvin Okafor, so I said “Hiaan!!! Make we no for carry last oh;” our readers must get acquainted with the Nigerian-born, London raised Igbo boy who is making waves with his works of art. Kelvin’s family relocated to the UK in ...

Jennifer Nkem-Eneanya

February 7th, 2013

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MEET MR IROKO

MEET MR IROKO

The Iroko tree is a very distinctive tree, even in a forest chock-full of a hundred trees. Hence it is apt to describe Mr. Jason Njoku, one of the iROKO partners, as a human iroko. A graduate of Chemistry, Jason Njoku saw an opportunity many had overlooked, weighed the risks

Jennifer Nkem-Eneanya

October 23rd, 2012

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