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Top Ten Most Popular Casino Resorts In Africa

With its favourable legislation and mysteriously attractive charm, Africa is becoming the gaming oasis of today. About 30 African Countries are in possession of casinos and gaming machines. Attracting players from all around the world, many online gambling websites offer detailed information and guidelines regarding gambling in Africa, Gambling Africa among...

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Letter To David Axelrod: You And Buhari – By Chika Onyeani

Look at what you have achieved. APC swept the elections in Nigeria; your “Change” slogan had Nigerians vote overwhelmingly for a former tyrant and dictator who imposed draconian laws ...But did you notice anything anomalous in the delegation that you just welcomed to Washington, DC?

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Nigeria’s Exodus Animates Sports in the United States.

“We believe in hard work,” Aborowa said of herself and other Nigerians. “It’s in the blood, to go hard every time, to go for what you want.” “People can take your wealth, your property, but they cannot take away your knowledge or that diploma,” Romanus Amukamara said.

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People Aren’t Smart Enough for Democracy to Flourish, Scientists Say

"...incompetent people are inherently unable to judge the competence of other people, or the quality of those people's ideas...democracies rarely or never elect the best leaders. Their advantage over dictatorships or other forms of government is merely that they "effectively prevent lower-than-average candidates from becoming leaders."

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World Cup 2014: Many Lessons for African Countries – Players and Leadership

It is all a reflection of the kind of countries and environment we have created for ourselves. No national team that is divided in its objectives, distracted in its focus, or partially motivated in its zeal will ever win a world tournament like the world cup. It would be unfair to others who put their lives on the line to win for their country men and women....

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Nigeria’s National Soccer Team (Super Eagles) showered with gifts – land, millions in cash, national honor, and more

"last year (as in other cases when Nigeria performed well), the government and people of Nigeria showered the National Soccer team with appreciation gifts in cash and property. What then could possibly be the justification for the players to rather opt for appearance fees even when history indicates that they would have gotten more from the government and people of Nigeria if they had performed better?

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If The Western World Must Condemn Our Action Against Homosexuality Let Them Legalize Polygamy First

I personally have nothing against homosexuality..., but what I do have a problem with is with the concept of human rights and the hypocrisy of the Western world in their definition and usage of the term...saying polygamy violates the sacredness of marriage is oppressive as saying homosexuality violates the sacredness of marriage.... Legalize polygamous marriage and only then will you be justified to condemn (anti-homosexual laws)...

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FORGOTTEN? The Africans who fought in World War Two

...anniversary of World War II is being commemorated around the world, but the contribution of one group of soldiers is almost universally ignored. How many now recall the role of more than one million African troops? Yet they fought in the deserts of North Africa, the jungles of Burma and over the skies of Germany....MORE

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Caribbean Nations Seek Slavery Reparations, Citing Lasting Harm.

“Our constant search and struggle for development resources is linked directly to the historical inability of our nations to accumulate wealth from the efforts of our peoples during slavery and colonialism,” said Baldwin Spencer, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, in July this year. Reparations, he said, must be directed toward repairing the damage inflicted by slavery and racism....MORE

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Power Africa, A CMPI Dialogue – A Speech by Dr. Sylvester Okere

POWER AFRICA, A CMPI DIALOGUE -A speech delivered at the conference hall, African Union to the United Nation 305 East 47th street, fifth floor, New York by_ Dr. Sylvester Okere, Executive Director of Continental African Leadership Council (CALC) on September 4 at 10:00 am,

Your Excellencies, the representatives of Governments, the President Center...

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Islam And The Doctrine Of Peace On 9/11 By Hannatu Musawa

On Tuesday, September 11th 2001 when four passenger jets were hijacked and intentionally crashed in the United States of America, killing nearly 3,000 people, many knew that it was the start of a dark era in the stability of the world order. However, few would have imagined twelve years on, the effects of...

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