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It was with mixed reactions last week as the world welcomed the death of Kodak film in the scheme of anything digital camera, photographic films as it transitioned into a pharmaceutical company. I am sure for the younger generation who grew up with the

The Future of Brands By Bidemi Alfred

The global pandemic has and is still redefining how we see life in all its entirety.  Little did we know that the world was going to be redefined so quickly. I mean, at the start of the year, no one could have envisaged how

New Broadcast Code: Assault on the market and democracy By Kanmi Ademiluyi

With the focus on survival due to the coronavirus pandemic, out comes a not-so-cleverly-disguised assault on the operations of an economy based on the efficacy of the market, but also a potential limitation on the plurality which anchors a democracy. As democrats and with

The Hanging of Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina By Tony Ademiluyi

  On March 6, 1957 the then Goldcoast now known as Ghana became the first West African nation to attain political independence from the United Kingdom. Its leader Dr. Osaygefo Kwame Nkrumah who was American trained said in his independence speech that political independence

Welcome to the Diamond Club Bob Dee By Tony Ademiluyi

  The eternal English playwright, William Shakespeare said that some are born great, some achieve greatness and others have greatness thrust upon them. Shakespeare may have had some people in mind when he coined the saying but definitely not Dele Momodu whom he never

The Nigerian Media Under Siege By Tony Ademiluyi

  The Nigerian media has come a long way since it first berthed with the Iwe Irohin which was founded by Reverend Henry Townsend, a missionary Clergyman in the ancient city of Abeokuta. The newspaper was in the native Yoruba language and it was

Stay At Home By Bidemi Alfred

  Life as we know it seem to have been thrown off balance. The world woke up to a new reality of having to live and work from home compulsorily. Not because it is self-imposed but we are all forced to stay indoors since

Obesere: A Brand or a Prophet? By Bidemi Alfred

  For the past two months  or more, before Corona virus took the shine away, the online space was agog with the mention of the name AbassAkande, Obesere aka Omorapala. It was as if there was suddenly a resurgence of the influence and music

Will Estimated Billing End? By Tony Ademiluyi’

  ‘Up Nepa!’ Those words seem to be one of the first that every kid learns to speak in Nigeria which ironically prides herself as the Giant of Africa. Right from when I was born in the mid 1980’s, I doubt if I have

*Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Health Endorsed Ruzu Herbal Bitters as FCDA Approved Ruzu Holistic Health-Care Ltd*

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Health,  Mr. Abdulaziz M. Abdullahi endorses Ruzu Herbal Bitters while receiving the Managing Director/CEO Ruzu Herbal Products and Services Ltd, Dr.  Robert O. Uzu who was on a courtesy visit to appreciate him for his role in the