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 NAPAC-USA: Empowering Nigerian American Community for political impact; A grassroot initiative By Dr. Nelson Aluya

Introduction: The Nigerian American Public Affairs Committee (NAPAC-USA) NAPAC USA – is A 501(c) 4 established in California in 2011 as a Political Action Committee by California by a group of visionary and high profile Nigerian-American leaders in the USA who are committed to “enhanced socioeconomic impact and voice of …

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Steering growth: Developments behind partner success in the channel ecosystem  By Emmanuel Asika

Over time, we have seen that growth and success in the channel ecosystem have been mainly aided by collaborations or partnerships. As businesses steer through the intricacies of today’s competitive environment, it is impossible not to appreciate the significance of the contributions of partners. This partner growth has been aided …

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Prospect of a habitable Nigeria post-2023 – Review of Prof. M. J. Balogun’s Book By Prof. Tunji Olaopa

The nature of humanistic and social scientific research is such that they make all manner of interrogation possible, from the analysis of metaphysical and theological matters to critical understanding of politics and the political, as well as the application of, say, game theory to the understanding of voting patterns. Each …

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Tony Elumelu charges lawyers on united action for nation building (Read full text of Keynote Address below)

The Founder, The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), Mr. Tony O. Elumelu, has charged lawyers in the country to join in the collective efforts to build Nigeria into “a beacon of hope and inspiration for the entire black race,” urging that towards this end, all should “be inspired by the lessons …

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