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Olamilekan ‘Laycon’ Agbeleshe has emerged winner of the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) season five reality TV show. He becomes the fifth winner of the show since its inception. On Sunday final eviction night, Laycon emerged winner after polling the highest votes of the five remaining housemates. The last five housemates were Laycon, Dorathy, Nengi, Vee, and Neo. Vee was the first housemate to leave the BBNaija house on Sunday night, while Neo and Nengi followed suit. Even though he was just an unrecognised upcoming singer before Big Brother, the 26-year-old rapper had big names like Tunde Ednut, Reminince and a host of other stars ...

Today, @AsisatOshoala paid me a courtesy visit. She is a worthy ambassador of Lagos from Ikorodu & we are proud of her. She spoke about her plans for the Asisat Oshoala Foundation and I promised to support her. We kicked the ball for a bit and I think I still have my skills.? pic.twitter.com/jX4LZFmFtq — Babajide Sanwo-Olu (@jidesanwoolu) September 19, 2020 ...

The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami has emphasized the need for African countries to build the data protections standard across their borders as it becomes essential for the new economy. He mentioned this while delivering the keynote address at the 1st Africa Data Protection Conclave which held virtually from Thursday 15th to Friday 16th October 2020. The Minister emphasized that this has led to the formation of the National Digital Economy Policy Strategy in Nigeria which rests on developmental regulation, digital skills, solid infrastructure, service infrastructure, digital services, soft infrastructure, digital society and emerging technologies and indigenous content ...

Leading global stationery brand, BIC is organizing its first continent-wide art competition tagged, BIC Art Master Africa 2019. The competition, which aims to foster local creativity, invites African talents to create artwork using the BIC® Ball Pen as their medium. This is not the first edition of the programme as the BIC Art Master competition was first held in South Africa in 2017 and 2018. Following the success of the campaign in South Africa, the brand decided to expand the competition to include all African countries. Artists residing in Africa were given the opportunity to submit up to three pieces of art on the ...

Volunteers are, without a doubt, one of the most valuable resources any nonprofit can gain access to. This is primarily the case because nonprofit often rely on them to support their programs and project delivery. In a sector where nonprofits usually have more work to do than they have staff to do it, volunteers boost their power, lighten the load, and exponentially increase their impact. But how do they find these superstars who freely give their time, energy, and expertise? Where are they all hiding? Now, nonprofits in Nigeria can find volunteers easily, thanks to Nzuriaiki.com: a website that lists volunteer opportunities and helps ...
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