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Frontiers Executive Magazine – Premier Edition – “God Took me to the Top – Dr. Leemon Ikpea

Download the premier edition of our Frontiers executive magazine “God Took me to the Top” – Dr. Leemon Ikpea here Frontiers Executive Volume 1 Edition 1 –  

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The Intriguing Puzzle Of Extreme Sleepiness

One of my first jobs was to keep a lookout for lions. There are some occupations that are not suitable for someone with untreated narcolepsy and this is probably one

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Seeking Home In The Midst Of Cameroon’s Chaos

YAOUNDE, Cameroon, October 5, 2017/ — My teeth chatter and my knees quake. I’m sitting in a dark movie theater while my little one watches The Lego Ninja Go movie.

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Convenient Airports: Europe’s Best And Worst In 2017

It’s the added extra flight comparison sites never warn you about: How long is the airport transfer and how much will it cost me? It’s not unusual for European budget

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Mambila Power: Buhari’s Big Bang Project Set To Take Off

Wednesday, August 30th approval by the Federal Executive Council, FEC for the award of the contract for the engineering, procurement and construction of the 3050 MW Mambila Hydro Electric Power

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DIEZANI ALISON-MADUEKE: What an Appetite!

N47.2 Billion and $487.5 Million in cash and properties have so far been traced to the former Minister of Petroleum Resources in the Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke. This

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Oniha: New Era Begins At DMO

By Abimbola Johnson …. Ms. Patience Oniha, DG, Debt Management Office, Nigeria The economy of Nigeria is set to be exposed to a fresh chapter of growth and development that

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Do You Live In The World’s Laziest Country?

US scientists have amassed “planetary-scale” data from people’s smartphones to see how active we really are. The Stanford University analysis of 68 million days’ worth of minute-by-minute data showed the

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Daddy, I’ll Be A Pilot!’ And He Was Only 4 Years Old

By Femi Adesina Be careful what you dream about, it may well come to pass. Oluwatobi is my firstborn, “my might, and the beginning of my strength.” One day, when

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Why Migration From West Africa May Start To slow – THE ECONOMIST

FOR 165 Senegalese, the journey of a lifetime ended in a fluorescent-lit, green-carpeted barn at the edge of Dakar’s international airport. Dressed uniformly in new white sneakers and hoodies reading

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