DANGEROUS DRIVING : IBINABO FIBERESIMA TAKES CASE TO SUPREME COURT

Nollywood actress and former president, Actors Guild of Nigeria, AGN will be exploring the Supreme Court to upturn her five-year jail term in the lingering case of reckless driving, that caused the death of a Lagos state government doctor, Suraj Giwa in 2005. Her lawyer announced the move today after she lost her appeal at the Court of Appeal in Igbosere, Lagos. Barrister Nnaemeka Amaechina said that the judgment would be challenged at the Supreme Court adding that a Notice of Appeal has already been filed. Ibinabo had challenged the…

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ACCIDENT PREVENTION GETS A BOOST AS OLORIEGBE MAKES HISTORY. AUTHORS 3 BOOKS

                                             ACCIDENT PREVENTION GETS A BOOST                                              AS DENNIS OLORIEGBE MAKES HISTORY.                                                                AUTHORS 3 BOOKS It is a known fact that Road Crashes kill more than HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, a situation that also contributes to the reduction in Life Expectancy. The high rate of accidents on our roads is attributable…

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MECHATRONICS : THE WARNING LIGHTS ON THE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER (DASHBOARD) HAVE COME ON

If one carefully looks at the dashboard of the modern vehicles when the ignition is turned on, one will notice that there are series of light/lamps with different shapes, sizes and colours. These lights are not just there for fun, but  are meant to alert the driver when the vehicle is having some sort of distress which could eventually cause a breakdown of the vehicle when not given proper attention. The lights can also be called ‘malfunction indicator lamp’ (MIL).   Starting with the temperature gauge light, the temperature gauge…

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GRAPHOLOGY : CHEMISTRY OF GRAPHIC THOUGHT WAVES AND NEURAL IMPULSES IN HANDWRITING ANALYSIS: Prof Ben Ezeohagwu

   Handwriting is the graphically frozen movements of human thoughts and neural impulses brought about by the neuromuscular psychic process as a fine psychomotor skill that originates in the brain.By examining a handwriting sample, an expert graphologist is able to identify relevant features of the handwriting (script) and the way the psychographic features interact.  The features and interaction between them provide the information for graphoanalysis (Handwriting analysis).  No single handwriting feature proves anything specific or absolute by itself; a single feature of the handwriting specimen alone can only identify a…

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INSURANCE IS CHEAP, AFFORDABLE. IT IS IN YOUR OWN INTEREST

The president of the Insurance Awareness and Advocacy Group (IAAG, NIGERIA), Idongesit Mbat was elated at the successful outing of the group at the FLAG-OFF OF THE MOTOR INSURANCE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN, held in Lagos recently. He spoke with GH on the benefits of insurance for the populace Did you anticipate such a large turn out? It is so amazing. We anticipated a good outing but didn’t know it would be this large. The partners that we spoke to indicated a very strong interest. They have made us very happy today.…

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IAAG MOBILIZES NIGERIANS FOR INSURANCE

Having worked in the insurance industry in areas of strategy, research and corporate communications for a decade, a Nigerian, Idongesit Mbat, understands the challenges the populace and Insurance companies are facing, the first of which is the low level of awareness across the board in the country He therefore wasted no time in floating the Insurance Awareness and Advocacy Group (IAAG NIGERIA) to support the insurance industry in driving the awareness of insurance to the grassroots. And so, as part of the activities lined up to reach about 20 million…

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HOW TINUBU EMERGED THINKERS MAGAZINE’S ‘MAN OF THE YEAR’

A national leader of the All Progress Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has emerged the 2015‘Man of the Year ‘of one of the Nigeria’s fastest growing monthly magazines, Thinkers Magazine. This information is contained in a statement issued in Abuja recently by the Company Secretary of Thinkers Communications Limited (publishers of Thinkers Magazine and the online-based Thinkers Newspaper), Hajiya Saratu Muhammad. She said that Tinubu’s emergence as winner of the prized award followed a keenly contested nomination and selection process. She stated that the award was instituted as part of…

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THE NEED FOR A CHANGE IN THE CURRICULUM OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Since Nigeria got her independence from the British colonialists in 1960, it has never produced a prime minister or a president who was a product of the country’s educational system. That was until the year 2009 when Dr Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan had to complete the first term of President Umaru Yar’adua. This later resulted in President Jonathan having to contest to become the next substantive president. His tenure ended on May 29, 2015. He had a PHD from a Nigerian university. The intention here is not to periscope his…

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HOW TO WIN THE WAR AGAINST CORRUPTION – Oloye Adeniji

Corruption is no doubt the cankerworm that has eaten deep into the body fabric of Nigeria, the most populated black nation of the world. So much is being revealed through the anti-corruption war of the Muhammadu Buhari administration. It is now a case of ‘The more you look, the less you see’. More will be heard about the looting jamboree that has happened in our land. The question now is not about “Who took what?” but “who did not take?” So how can the war against corruption be won? Oloye…

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Regency Alliance Insurance Plc. HEART OF GOLD

Regency Alliance Insurance Plc. offered some milk of human kindness when it paid courtesy visits to orphanages and homes for the physically and mentally challenged including the Old Peoples Home. The visitation which brought smiles to the faces of the occupiers of the various homes and succor in their hearts was made as part of the company’s corporate social responsibly as carried out periodically and by spending quality time with the less privileged. The CSR Coordinator Sumbo Wright, while addressing one of the social workers and care providers, poured encomiums…

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