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Showing posts from February 12, 2019

Soldier gives mom the best gift on her wedding day

The most incredible moment of this wedding day started at the top of the aisle.

Nigeria: Ogoni widow testifies against Shell in The Hague

Esther Kiobel, the widow of a Nigerian activist suing oil giant Shell over the execution of her husband says his death left her "traumatised" and "poverty-stricken".

'Election No Be War': U.S. tells Nigerians

President Muhammadu Buhari’s party has issued a stern warning to the United States and other foreign allies for allegedly making “unguarded” public statements ahead of Nigeria’s presidential polls this weekend.

Meghan Markle’s father could face legal action from the Palace after he leaked the letters she wrote to him

Meghan Markle's dad, Thomas Markle, could face legal action from Kensington Palace after he leaked the private letters his daughter wrote to him.

Footballers Emiliano Sala Died From Horrific Injuries

According to Daily mail, Footballer Emiliano Sala died from massive injuries to his head and chest.

Customer journey

Customer journeys are all the rage at the moment. Organisations and marketing departments are really interested in the journey a customer takes before buying a product and, increasingly, afterwards too. A customer journey reflects the interactions a customer has with an organisation in the context of sales and service processes. It gives insights into the degree to which you have set up your customer process (Groen, 2012).

AU unveils Haile Selassie’s majestic statue in Addis Ababa

In recognition of his role in the evolution of Africa’s development agenda, the African Union (AU), on Sunday, unveiled a commemorative statue of Ethiopian emperor, Haile Selassie, at its headquarters in Addis Ababa.

Kenyan man puts up one of his testicles for sale; Says he’s tired of living in poverty

A 27-year-old former aspirant for Member of County Assembly (MCA) seat, has put up one of his testicles for sale for Sh500,000.