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Lai Mohammed & Jollof Rice

Nigerians blast Lai Mohammed for underrating Nigerian Jollof rice on CNN. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed sparked another uproar on social media.  465 more words

Nigeria

Gender Roles of Women Around the Globe

The two videos I selected for my fourth blog was Kisses by Fifi Cooper and Skwod by Nadia Rose. Fifi Cooper was born in South Africa and Nadia Rose was born in London, England. 390 more words

Student Projects

THE CUTS: EP 01 Vol. 8

THE CUTS is your weekly round-up of songs and videos-and anything that has caught our attention and think you must hear or see. The music featured here aren’t genre specific. 1,392 more words

Music

Tech giants brought to account

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Business

Techs wake up to sleep idea

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The importance of sleep is the hot topic in Silicon Valley, says ResMed chief executive Mick Farrell, as his company \u201cdoubles down\u201d on innovation.“,”link”:”http:\/\/cdn.newsapi.com.au\/link\/b6ade93cb78b7596073dc20c8868d49a”,”paidStatus”:”PREMIUM”,”originalSource”:”The Australian”,”subscriptionSummary”:”The importance of sleep is the hot topic in Silicon Valley, says ResMed chief executive Mick Farrell, as his company \u201cdoubles down\u201d on innovation. 2,069 more words

Business

Living in Ghana: A How-To Guide

No matter what country you consider yourself from originally, moving to a new country comes with learning a whole new way of doing things. Here in Ghana, that can mean learning a whole new way of getting around town, getting around the country, getting new clothes and even how to eat. 1,334 more words

World Wanderings