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    Huawei Faces New Challenge Shortly After Overtaking Samsung

    :themoneyroom: Betting on Huawei for the money on this one
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    Mali coup: President and PM arrested by soldiers after mutiny

    Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta and Boubou Cissé, the Malian President and Prime Minister, were arrested by soldiers late Tuesday in Bamako, a few hours after the start of a mutiny at a military base in Kati. Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta (IBK) was at his Sebenikoro residence in Bamako when he was arrested...
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    I wanna Blow like Trump

    So Morning guys. I was wondering how do i become a Real Estate Guru like :donald:
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    Sanwo-Olu appoints new members of Governing council for Lagos owned Universities

    Lagos State Governor Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu has approved the appointment of Chairmen and Governing Council members for four State-owned Tertiary Institutions: Lagos State University (LASU), Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education (AOCOED), Lagos State Polytechnic and Michael Otedola College of...
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    Nigerians Are Taking Over Our Economy, Kenyan Professor Cry's Out

    XN Iraki, an Associate Professor at the University of Nairobi, Kenya, has expressed concerns over Nigeria's growing influence on the Kenyan economy. Professor Iraki, in an article titled, 'Nigerians Are Not Coming, They've Already Arrived,' published in The Standard, raised the alarm over the...
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    Dangote Refinery Now to Begin Operations at end of 2022

    Mammoet has begun demobilising its heavy-lift equipment at the Dangote Refinery complex, in Nigeria, although the plant is now expected to start up in late 2022, according to a report by Energy Voice. The company has been working there for the last two years, it said. Mammoet handled the...
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    MTN Nigeria Eclipses Dangote, Regains Position as Nigeria’s Largest Listed Firm

    In a confirmation of the coronavirus social distancing economy where Technology firms are set to outperform industrial and other real sector firms, MTN Nigeria has again eclipsed Dangote Cement to regain its position as Nigeria’s largest listed Company. As can be seen from the U.S Technology...