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Value of PC software theft in Nigeria reaches $255 million, says BSA
Vanguard
By Emeka Aginam The commercial value of unlicensed software installed on personal computers inNigeria has reached $225 million in 2010 even as 82 percent of software deployed on PCs during the year was pirated, according to a new study by Business 
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Nigeria and 100 most valuable brands
Nigeria Daily Independent
Last week, world’s largest communications services group WPP, through its research company Millward Brown Optimor, released the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands study. The report showed that Apple made a staggering 85 percent leap to beat 
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Nigeria formulates climate response agenda
Nigeria Daily Independent
Produced by Building Nigeria’s Response to Climate Change (BNRCC), an initiative being executed by the Nigeria Environmental Study/Action Team (NEST), CUSO-VSO and ICF Marbek, and funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), 
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Nigeria: Local Women Hardly Plan for Childbirth – Galadaci
AllAfrica.com
Though there is the normal challenge of training that you have to study hard if you want to become a gynaecologist. Gynaecology is a field that if you are really training, then you need to be dedicated to your work. It is a work that uses 24 hours of 
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Nigeria’s agriculture, solid mineral sector excite foreign investors
BusinessDay
NEXIM has commissioned consultants to carry out a study so that we can set up an ECOWAS company. “We want to set up that company and get it listed on the viable stock exchanges within the ECOWAS sub-region. We even plan to extend this to the Central 
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+ Of Jonathan’s Obudu Ranch retreat
Nigeria Daily Independent
In doing so, he had not only reminded Nigerians that the famous Obudu Ranch still exists but that it remains fit for no less a person than the President of Nigeria, hence fit for every Nigerian or foreign vacationer or tourist. 
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Our part-time programmes not for pecuniary motives –
Nigeria Daily Independent
For man to survive the social and economic difficulties, which Nigeria and other countries of the world are passing through, we owe it a duty to the society and even to the individual students to provide the kind of education that will enable the 
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Business in Context
Inside Higher Ed
Member schools are located in Brazil, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Britain and 15 other countries. At Michigan and under GBSN leadership, Kennedy has worked with a handful of business schools in developing countries to enhance their faculty 
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Fed Govt, US sign pact on electricity engineering
The Nation Newspaper
The agreement was sealed in Washington DC between the National Power Training Institute ofNigeria (NAPTIN) on behalf of the government and USTDA. According to the agreement, the USTDA will finance the project, which will cost about $666000. 
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Scott Underwood: Arround the world in 11 questions
The Herald Bulletin
By Scott Underwood The Herald Bulletin ANDERSON, Ind. — I once read a study that reported on the tendency of men to make lists, particularly rankings, while women are less apt to do so. The article included a list of reasons why. 
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Photo: Sun News Publishing
Daily Sun
Although its take-off date is set for more than one year away, but the storm is gradually gathering against the plan by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to shrink the amount which individuals and corporate bodies can withdraw or lodge in banks in a 
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Opening a Free School, the class warrior who thinks our schools are ‘broken’
Evening Standard
When she decries our low expectations of the poor, she says: “You go to India, you go to Nigeria you will find poorer students who do take responsibility for themselves.” That may be so, but I find it hard to laud India and Nigeria as models of fair 
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Unseasonal rains aggravate Cameroon cholera spread
Reuters AlertNet
Since September, cases have occurred in other parts of Central and West Africa, including Chad, Niger and Nigeria, according to a report from the World Health Organization (WHO). The affected area is home to some 5 million people. 
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First ladies’ projects: For public or personal good?
Nigerian Tribune
It was Mrs Maryam Babangida, the late wife of Nigeria’s former Military President, General Ibrahim Babangida, who popularised the office of the First Lady as well introduced the idea of the occupant having a pet project. Shortly after the assumption of 
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Clergy advocates business training as precondition for loans
BusinessDay
The programme, which held at Badore, Ajah, in Lagos, had key speakers such as Yinka Fisher, a trainer with the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN ), and Iyabo Oyawale, an entrepreneur. Fisher emphasised the need for 
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The Traditional Leaders Forum on Tourism Sustainability Launches the Forums at 
TravelVideo.tv (press release)
Munzali Dantata of Nigeria is the director general of the National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism. This presentation is about an educational perspective in Nigeria, which is the largest country in Africa and the leading oil producing country in 
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TravelVideo.tv (press release)
The almanac
UPI.com
Also in 2009, a bus collided with stationary truck loaded with diesel fuel in south Nigeria, igniting an explosion and fire that killed at least 50 people. In 2010, Britain decided to close most airports for six hours as drifting ash from Iceland’s 
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