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If there’s one Nollywood movie that had everyone talking in 2022, it’s Brotherhood. The action thriller, which follows twin brothers (played by Falz and Tobi Bakre) on different sides of a massive heist, took over the cinemas in 2022, reminding us that Nollywood doesn’t have to make a rom-com to grab the audience’s attention. With […]
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The new generation payment platform aims to make sending and receiving money as easy as sending a text message, a campaign which they tagged #simplemoney
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Get ready for the new school year with bCODE’s Back-To-School Collection featuring popular shoe brands Skechers, ADIDAS and Skit’s uniform line “Marcel Hughes”.
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The brand also won the Best Customer-Centric Phone Brand in the event which was held on Sunday, 11th December at Admiralty Conference Centre, Naval Dockyard, Victoria Island, Lagos.
10 customers have won ₦1 million each, 200 customers have won N20,000 each and thousands of customers have won cashbacks.
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This week’s subject on #TheAbroadLife received a trip to London as a birthday gift when she turned ten. Since then, she’s been to 34 countries, from Namibia to Eswatini. At the moment, the US is her home. But will it be her last stop?
Has INEC taken any steps to ensure inclusiveness for visually impaired voters in the upcoming elections?
In their first meeting of the year, the Association of Nigerian Witches discusses their goals on wickedness and how tough the economy is for them.
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For Ose Anenih, Peter Obi’s emergence as a frontrunner comes down to EndSARS. While he applauds young Nigerians, he thinks they’re backing the wrong horse.
: “I got to Enugu and started asking people on the streets for his address. It was crazy, but somehow, I located his house. I waited for some time before he came down. Then I told him I wanted to act and had been trying to for some time. He asked me how old I was. I told him I was 15 and in my first year of university.”