Lagos, Nigeria Taiwo Olatunji is tired. Tired of waiting. Tired of excuses. Tired of not knowing exactly what he needs to do next. He’s been teaching high school financial accounting in Nigeria’s southwestern
Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, has made a bid for a majority stake in automaker Peugeot Automobile Nigeria (PAN) Limited. Nasir El-Rufai, the Governor of Nigeria’s Kaduna state, told journalists
Over the last six months, there have been three attacks in West Africa perpetrated by a group that calls itself Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM). These attacks, the group said in a statement yesterday
The man had no idea. How could he? Yet the words he spoke more than 80 years ago are responsible for every scrap of success I've ever seen happen on LinkedIn when it comes to generating more sales leads
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When I opened my first business, a fitness center, unfounded confidence flowed through my veins. Visions of fast success and weekends off
ONE NATION’S O is another’s Mo. Mosunmola Abudu became Nigeria’s answer to the erstwhile queen of daytime after a successful business career. The 51-year-old former Exxon Mobil HR executive had already
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“People like him do drugs, have a high sex drive”: A Nigerian-Indian takes an auto ride in Bengaluru
Over the past few years, I’ve stopped keeping track of news on a daily basis. No good seems to come from it. As a result, I’m the last to know about anything. Last Wednesday (Feb. 03), while I was running
Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari gave an exclusive interview to the Daily Telegraph last week. Here is the full record of his remarks. Are you willing to talk to Boko Haram about the missing Chibok
In light of the prodigious threat posed by Lassa fever to an already fragile public healthcare system, WBFA and I will also facilitate capacity building for healthcare workers, especially in the areas