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March 30, 2014

From Garri to Bread: D’banj turns Master Baker, set to launch Koko Bread

After the successful launch of Koko Garri, Nigerian international singer and entrepreneur, Dapo Oyebanjo, popularly known as D’banj or Koko Master, is making plans to launch his own brand of bread called Koko Bread. The ‘Entertainer’ crooner who has not rested on his oars by delving into various sectors of businesses, especially agriculture, is joining

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We fear nobody! Liverpool Manager warns Man City and Chelsea to expect no mercy

  Brendan Rodgers saw Liverpool take control of the title race with another scintillating Anfield display and warned rivals Manchester City and Chelsea to expect more of the same. Liverpool blew Tottenham away with a thumping 4-0 win that sent them two points clear at the top. Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho and Jordan Henderson all

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#PNN E-MENTORING (Taiwo Akinlami): Beyond Age, What TEENAGER Really Means

Hello young friends. Sure you are doing great today. Yesterday was Mothering Sunday, an occasion for honouring mothers and giving them presents. I hope you honoured your mothers yesterday with presents. If you have not done that today provides you another opportunity. It is better late than never. Our mothers deserve to be honoured daily

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Physics- SS2}: Derivation of Equation of Linear Motion

Topic: Derivation of Equation of Linear Motion Equations of Motion The variable quantities in a uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion are time, speed, distance covered and acceleration. Simple relations exist between these quantities. These relations are expressed in terms of equations called equations of motion. There are three equations of motion.  1) v = u+at 2)

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Chemistry- SS2}: Periodic Table

Topic: Periodic Table Introduction The most important classification in chemistry is the arrangement of the elements in the periodic table. In 1869, Mendeleev, a Russian scientist, was the first to construct a periodic table. He arranged the elements in order of increasing relative atomic mass. He pointed out that elements with similar properties kept recurring

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You won’t believe how fast this amazing two-legged dog runs (Watch)

Technology is great but, when it comes to awesome, nothing can beat nature. Just look at Duncan Lou Who, the famous boxer who got his two back legs amputated because of a genetic malformation. He learned to walk with his two arms—and this video shows he’s now running faster than ever. This video has not

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Business Studies- JSS3}: Preparation and Issuing of Receipts

Topic: Preparation and Issuing of Receipts Roles of Wages and Salaries Office In every establishment, the preparation of the salaries and wages of employees is the responsibility of someone or a group of persons who would collectively be known as being in the wages department, or the salaries section of the accounts department The wages

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Classwork Series and Exercises {ICT- JSS1}: Brief Description of a Computer and Monitor

Topic: Brief Description of a Computer and Monitor Computer can simply be defined as an electronic machine that accept data (input) and processes them with the help of predefined instructions (program) and produces information (output) for various uses.Computer monitor is also regarded as Visual Display Unit. Monitor can be defined as a device connected to

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SMART TEEN: 14-Year-Old’s Simple Idea Could Help Save U.S. Gov’t Nearly $400m

What began as a middle-school student’s science fair project could save USA government millions of dollars — and all it would require is a switch to a different font. Fourteen-year-old Suvir Mirchandani has adapted his sixth-grader science fair project from Dorseyville Middle School in Pittsburgh — a study of the cost savings incurred by switching

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