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Video: 5 Productivity Tips for Men: The Attitude Angle

On the #JennyChisomShow I shared 5 productivity tips for men and in fact it will help anyone if the attitude is right.
I bared my mind on safety tips that will let every man (and of course woman) succeed...I was talking to myself as well and shared the things that work for me. - Read books - Get an Accountability partner - Ask Questions - Plan - Attend Trainings
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500 Photographers Expected at the Abuja International Photo Festival

For the first time in the African continent, about 500 photographers will gather in one place for the purpose of photography for social change.

Masterclass. Exhibition. Awards. Photowalk. Seminar.
12th-16th September 2017. 
Sheraton. Thought Pyramid Art Gallery . Civic Innovation Lab.
Go register at abujainternationalphotofestival.org/attendevent. Photo Cred: Chudy Ogobegwu

When A Man Expects His Fiance To Finance the Wedding and Marriage Rites

Oga bros, So you are planning to marry only if the babe brings at least 90% of the money needed to marry her? She will bring money for her bride price, pretend you sponsored the feeding, drinks and all and also buy the clothings just because she wants to get married?
Is she marrying herself? Are you okay? Check your temperature well...
So you have no job, no business, no friends, no family, no social network, nothing at all to the point that you want to be a 'handsomely wedded husband' abi?

British Council Ends UK/NIGERIA 2015-16 Programme And Set For More Collaborations

The British Council – the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities – today organised a reception to mark the formal closure of the UK/Nigeria 2015-16.


Abuja, the beautiful capital of Nigeria played host to the closing reception which saw the gathering of top government officials including the Honourable Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed ably represented by Mrs Grace Isu Gekpe, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Arts & Culture, notable practitioners in the creative industry and the crème of the diplomatic corps including the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, His Excellency, Mr. Paul Arkwright.

The UK/Nigeria 2015-16 programme was the first of its kind in West Africa organised by British Council. It had 3 main goals including the fostering of Innovation - which focused on building digital, technical and entrepreneurial skills and promoting creation of new work by young people in new, non-traditional arts spa…

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