Author: Amadin

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A professional media practitioner, journalist with over seven years experience. An effective work enthusiast that have ventured into virtually all the major branches of journalism. An Alumni of the Prestigious University of Benin, with a Bachelors of Art, B.A Degree obtained in 2012. Proficient in news reporting, writing press releases, broadcast scripting, content writing, timely mobilisation of media team for event coverage, spearheading NGO sensitisation projects, among other prominent capabilities. Positions held in the different media organisations include Business Editor, Press Officer, Senior Correspondent and Reporter.

Has it ever crossed your mind why some new businesses fail few months after they hit the arena in Nigeria? Such answers shouldn’t be farfetched as we sometimes neglect to carry out the required research before commencing.

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Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC Boss, Abdulrasheed Bawa, has revealed receiving threats to life from suspected money launderers, particularly those slated for investigations. The anti-graft agency’s chairman also said that he is not worried about the intimidations, stressing that he is determined to prosecute the many pending cases under trial. Bawa disclosed that the agency is equally working towards developing a biometric ownership database to address money laundering. He stated this while addressing journalists on Thursday during the weekly ministerial chat at the State House in Abuja. Although Bawa declined to disclose actual perpetrators of the crimes or…

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Women raising kids on this side of the world are known to multi-task, so finding a trade that would generate profits and simultaneously take care of some basic conveniences at home while still having time for the family seems to be quite the task.

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With the recent discovery of a $20 million alternative-currency fraud by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, the Anti-Graft Agency has decided to back the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN’s crypto ban decision.

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