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Chelsea sack Frank Lampard after 18 months in charge
Frank Lampard has been sacked by Chelsea after just 18 months as head coach. The former Blues midfielder enjoyed a good first season in charge at Stamford Bridge, taking the club to the FA Cup final and securing qualification for the Champions League. Lampard, 42, leaves with the Chelsea ninth in the Premier League table […]
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The Increasing Trend of Crypto Trading in the Developing World Order
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9 Millionaire Investors Who Made a Fortune by Investing in Bitcoin
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Amidst Nigeria’s 17 million housing deficit, unoccupied houses still dot Abuja highbrow areas
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Artificial Intelligence and Bitcoin Interactions You May Not Know About
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‘Transport industry has capacity to generate more revenue to Nigeria if given full support’
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MTN’s Ralph Mupita takes his first steps as new CEO
While MTN's new boss Ralph Mupita has sold its stake in Jumia - a project launched by his predecessor, Rob Shuter - he is also beginning to impose his own philosophy on the South African mobile phone giant.
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African edtech startup uLesson lands a $7.5 million Series A
ULesson, an edtech startup based in Nigeria that sells digital curriculum to students through SD cards, has raised $7.5 million in Series A funding.
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Softwork.xyz adds identity, email verification in new upgrade to enhance users experience
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Flour Mills: Positive growth outlook amid opportunities in Nigeria
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Resumption: Benue Varsity insists on Covid-19 protocols compliance
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5000 Abuja rural women get N20,000 grants
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Top Reasons to Invest in Grenada
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COVID-19: FG intensifies search for local solutions
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Airstrikes kill bandits near Abuja-Kaduna highway – Military
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AFCFTA: Experts say delaying list of liberalised goods not in Nigeria’s interest
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Unicaf Essay Competition for Women empowerment
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Osun boosts fruits production with Collins Crown juice manufacturing plant
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Onu seeks protection of intellectual property
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Military destroys 7 illegal refineries, recovers stolen crude oil
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Gunmen adopt, kill Taraba council boss
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COVID-19: Nigeria’s infection rate slows to 3 weeks-low at 964
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Biden already has Africa's early goodwill, here’s how to deliver on its promise: W. Gyude Moore, Senior Policy Fellow, Center for Global Development and former Minister of Public Works, Liberia
Donald Trump’s departure from leadership was met with a collective sigh of relief, for rarely has the US been such an unpredictable, capricious, and destabilizing global force.
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Companies look to crack market of 35m internet users
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Police state / state Police (3)
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Trump is gone – but Trumpism may never die
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What behavioural economics tells us about Nigeria’s elusive change
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Amosun, the atypical politician, is 63
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Imperative of local government’s participation for UBE success
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The role of leadership in diversity
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Building a financial system that serves all Nigerians. Priorities for 2021
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Manchester United knock Liverpool out of FA Cup
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Lagos unveils new Maternal, Childcare Centre in Badagry
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4 dead, 11 hospitalised in Delta gas explosion
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What is a SPAC? Special Purpose Acquisition Companies Explained
“SPACs, or special purpose acquisition companies, are shell companies that have no business or assets but are designed to raise money through an initial public offering, or IPO, and then later use that money to merge with or acquire a private, operating company. The raising of money to later buy a company has led to […] The post What is a SPAC? Special Purpose Acquisition Companies Explained appeared first on Bnreport Business News Report.
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NPA begins electronic call-up system for trucks
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