Do You Know the System?

I had thought that the older I got, the less complicated the world would become, but it seems to be getting more complex as there are more mind bogging questions now on my mind that I can’t seem to find answers to. Nevertheless, I have resolved that rather than live a defeatist life, I will continue to engage and confront these questions as much as I can, in order to...

The Economic Basis of Inclusivity

I recently went on a radio show where I talked about the need for Nigerians to start thinking differently, to attain a higher level of consciousness and intelligence, just like many leading countries of the world. They say the only constant thing in life is change. And good change is innovation. The rest of the world keeps changing and setting the pace, dragging the rest of us along. And so...

Sextuplets successfully delivered at VCU Medical Center First sextuplet delivery in VCU Medical Center’s history

The Taiwo sextuplets were born on May 11, 2017 at VCU Medical Center. The three boys and three girls are in good condition in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. Photos by Allen Jones, University Marketing By Shira Pollard Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU (804) 441-3865 shira.pollard@vcuhealth.org By Carissa Etters University Public Affairs 804-828-7823 cdetters@vcu.edu Wednesday, May 24, 2017 On May 11 at...

SHERATON ABUJA HOTEL CHARMS AT VALENTINE

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SHERATON ABUJA HOTEL CHARMS AT VALENTINE Abuja, Nigeria- 18 January 2017- Sheraton Abuja Hotel is set to deliver a uniquely inspiring haven of love to esteemed customers during this year’s valentine’s season. A collage of alluring activities has been lined up to create unforgettable moments. The General Manager of the hotel, Nouman Irshad explains “our teams have come up with out of the box events which will provide an ambience...

World Wrapper Man runs from Lagos to Delta State

Adjarhor David Obaro, popularly known as World Wrapper man, commenced a 506-kilometer race from the national stadium in Surulere, Lagos to Agbarha-Otor village, via Ughelli, in Delta state, to raise funds for his alma mater and contribute to the development of education in Nigeria earlier today in Lagos. Unlike the conventional marathon race, Wrapper Man set out in a 24 yard George fabric that weighs 4 kilogram, tied round his waist. According to him, he intends to raise at least forty-eight thousand dollars for the renovation of his alma mater- Government College Ughelli.