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Feb '16
Opinions: Olajumoke Bread Seller Turned Hot Model Vs. Unilag 5.0 CGPA Graduate

Become a freelance Researcher at Afribary.com and search for quality final year project materials/ thesis works in our Library An average Nigerian is more interested in how much is in your pocket than how much is in your intellectual bank. This is the reason many girls even boys now prefer an Olajumoke to a 5.0 […]

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26
Feb '16
A List of Collective Nouns (Ships, Cows, Trees, Bees and so on)

And the little Boy said, “Aunty, please help me with my assignment. It’s on Collective Nouns” In plain words, I was disgraced. I couldn’t even remember 40% of Collective nouns or a group of ‘this’ is called ‘that’.  After some google help, I remembered there are people like me everywhere hence, this blog post. A […]

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23
Feb '16
Nigerian Academic Scholars Fellowship: UK Leventis Fellowship at University of London

Leventis Fellowship Course(s) Offered: African studies Course Level: Graduate (fellowship, research) Provider: Leventis Foundation Country to Study in: UK Scholarship DescriptionThe Centre of African Studies of the University of London invites applications from Nigerian academics to take part in a scheme of collaborative research, the Leventis Fellowship, funded by the Leventis Foundation. Applicants are invited […]

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15
Feb '16
How to Deal With Inability to Sleep-Insomnia

“If humans need 12 hours of sleep every day and you get 4 hours, It’s a disorder and abnormal.”_Chika Getting enough sleep keeps you refreshed, energized and enriched. If you do not feel this way after waking up, then you possibly have insomnia. Sleeplessness or Insomnia is not a disease and has no medical cure. […]

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03
Feb '16
Unilever Future Leaders Trainee Programme 2016

Unilever invites application for the Unilever Future Leaders Programme. The Unilever Future Leaders Programme is about developing tomorrow’s leaders, today. It’s designed to grow you into a manager, through hands-on learning alongside world-class experts. You’ll be hired into a function and develop your leadership skills by working on live projects which offer you all the […]

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03
Feb '16
How To Build A Long Lasting Friendship, 5 Important Key Points.

Friendship helps us to understand who we really are. Friendship is solidified by mutual trust and support by both parties involved. Both parties exist and agree by mutual consent. It means you need to also play a role in building trust and support for the other party. It requires respect and honesty. If you play […]

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22
Jan '16
Competition: Win $150,000 in Facebook Internet.org Innovation Challenge In Africa.

Innovation Challenge Award is for individuals and organizations who provide real value for people through websites, apps and online services by promoting education and economic empowerment in countries throughout Africa. Course(s) Offered: Internet-based solutions (app, website, online service) Course Level: Contest, Challenge Provider: Internet.org Country to Study in: Online   Challenge Description: The Internet.org Innovation […]

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21
Jan '16
How to Avoid Contracting The Lassa Fever Virus

The Primary Host of the Lassa Fever Virus is the Rat.   Our Hostels have often times been besieged by heavy duty Rats. They are always after food stuff in the female hostel or sweaty shoes in the male hostels. Whatever that attracts them, the need to eliminate them is paramount in these Lassa Fever Virus […]

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18
Jan '16
15 Rules of Punctuation and How to Use Them.

English Language writing has rules which you must follow. Otherwise, you are no longer writing English language. Today, we would like to show you how best to use your punctuation marks in sentence. 1. Spacing after punctuation: One (1) space only is required after every punctuation mark (period, exclamation mark, question mark, colon, semicolon, commas, […]

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18
Jan '16
African Studies Scholarships for 2016-2017

This list is for African Students, run through to view scholarship eligible for students in your country. Go ahead and apply because they are all still open till end of January.   The African Studies Centre of the University of Oxford is proud to list the following Scholarships:   All MSc African Studies Offer Holders […]

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