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We must change Nigerian, African mindset; become people with collective sense of urgency about our condition – Moghalu

NIGERIA AT 59 AND THE QUEST FOR GREATNESS: WISHING, STRIVING AND THRIVING The 2019 Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) of Nigeria Ltd Nigerian Independence Anniversary Celebration (NIAC) Lecture By Professor Kingsley Moghalu, OON Guest Lecturer Former Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria September 27, 2019 Protocols…   In the Beginning…. …

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Attacks on foreigners in South Africa: Xenophobia or Afro-Asiaphobia? Jideofor Adibe

  The past few days have been dominated by media headlines about ‘xenophobic attacks’ on foreigners, essentially Nigerians, in South Africa. According to the police, five people have died and businesses and properties worth millions of dollars destroyed since the current wave of ‘xenophobic attacks’ in the country. Attacks on …

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 Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other immigrants in South Africa: Enough is Enough By Sonny IROCHE

The frequent and ongoing xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other African immigrants in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Cape Town and other South African cities, to say the least is very sad and unbecoming, not only for the Nigeria- South Africa relationship but what this symbolizes and portends for the present and future …

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