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Excellence is ingrained in Nigeria Police Force’s DNA. The Force, which has been noted, the world over, as one of the best performing law enforcement agencies in peace keeping activities, has also been at the forefront of Nigeria’s sports development, even before the country gained independence from Britain.

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There are feelings of unease in the southeast region of the country. Fear, worries and uncertainties, which had for some time now become the hallmark of the region, have exacerbated.

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Dr. Ayo Teriba, the Chief Executive Officer of Economic Associates, is the Coordinator of the Technical Working Group (TWG) on Financial Sector and Capital Markets on National Development Plans MTNDP 2021-25, MTNDP 2026-30 and Nigeria Agenda 2050. 

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Wealth is a response! It is simply how we respond to problems and opportunities around us. You can have all the skills, talents and abilities in this world and still be poor if you are not exposed to opportunities.

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Gbemisola Scarlet Shotade Gomez is an actress, singer and model. She was born in Lagos. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Lagos.

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In the official AFRIMA 2022 nominees’ list, which was unveiled, Wednesday, Burna Boy’s mega smash hit, Last Last, Ckay’s Emiliana, and Fireboy’s Ed-Sheeran-assisted Peru (Remix), and Tiwa Savage’s Somebody’s Son, all earned the artistes nods at the continental awards.

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