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Airport certification is revocable – Dunoma

Managing Director, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Mr. Saleh Dunoma,tells IME AKPAN that the agency is ready for airport certifi cation, having committed resources to it, and put aircraft recovery and some other equipment in place. Managing Director, Federal Airports Authority ...

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My regrets as Kogi governor –Wada

Sir, it’s nice to see you. How has life been outside power? Life is interesting and I am trying to consciously re-integrate myself into a normal society. Throughout my tenure, I didn’t live a normal life. But now, I am ...

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I am equal to the ANA task – Denja

Abdullahi Denja Abdullahi who is the current Association of Nigerian Authors, is a  poet,  playwright,  literary  essayist  and  culture technocrat. Born at Idah, he hails from Agbaja in Lokoja Local Government Area of Kogi State. In this interview with IBRAHIM ...

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Newspapers with political party leaning are shooting themselves in the foot – Olaoye

Wole Olaoye is the Chairman/CEO of Diametrics Limited, Abuja. In this interview with IBRAHIM RAMALAN, the seasoned journalist and public relations czar believes that journalism is the best profession in the world.                                                                  According to him, newspapers that have political party ...

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I write to protest – Habila

His writing has won multiple awards including the Caine Prize and Commonwealth Writers Prize. His latest novel, Oil on Water, is being shortlisted for three different awards, too. Celebrated Nigerian novelist and poet, Helon Habila, talks about the commonalities between ...

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Writing books can earn you millions – Hunsu

Sam Hunsu, a sought-after and young dynamic international author, writer, publisher and Chief Executive Officer, Perfect Publishers Inc. North America, Seyon Communications, Abuja and co-founder of Blessed Hand Foundation, an international charity organisation, with the vision to reach out to ...

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