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I went to the bank a few weeks ago and met with a Nigerian lady that works there. Smart, beautiful lady with her corner office obviously doing well with all sorts of credentials and designations. She had not been in Canada for long as she and hubby just emigrated here from Naija about 3 years ago which made her achievements career-wise in Canada more impressive to me. She struck me as a go-getter, no nonsense woman. She had a huge smile and was very friendly and made
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Foxy SLS! He could not have been ignorant of the provisions of the 1999 constitution - as amended - on freedom of association.
No smoke without fire.
At the heart of the Sanusi lecture beats these days (like the Zhirinovsky beats)
is his desire to have his core north retain the obvious advantages of economic/political representation which military leaders of yore arrogated it through lopsided states/local government areas creations.
Left for Sanusi ,
When I saw Michelle Obama walked on stage with a bold new bangs, I thought hair we go, this is surely going to generate some conversation around. And true to expectation, throughout the inauguration week and thereafter, the top-of-mind topic in and out of the media has continued to be Michelle Obama's bangs.
Even Saturday Night Live also weighed in on Michelle's
It is difficult to see the moral compass against which the present Federal Government can stand to initiate action against those culpable in the systematic, progressive decay of the police training institutions particularly Ikeja which we had the benefit to see on television. If things were normal (what a paradox?), if things were normal there would never have been any question as to the poor state of the police college. For the sake of argument however, if things were normal a responsible authority