Real Madrid vs Barcelona: Why this Elclasico is different | The Nutmeg
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Solomon Fowowe and Wale Adigun previews the El Clásico between Real Madrid vs Barcelona. The Saturday night's clash will have serious ramifications for La Liga's title race, with the Blaugrana poised to go top - at least temporarily - if they win.
The Guardian International Woman's Day Summit 2021
A challenged world is an alert world. Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. On International Women's Day 2021, we celebrate women who are going against all odds, women who continually raise the bar and shatter the glass ceiling all over the world.
Covid-19: Bank of Industry's impact on the informal sector
“The economy will recover and as it recovers from the effect of the pandemic, I do see a period of some growth,” Toyin Adeniji, Executive Director of the BOI said in a chat with GuardianTV. She said the country has had time to “build some business-friendly policies” that will make Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) cluster.
Pheelz Mr. Producer talks about his creative process and managing his finances I The Dice
Pheelz Mr. Producer spoke with Sammy Walsh about his creative process and how he manages his finances. Born Phillip Kayode Moses the record producer and Songwriter has worked with top artists and musicians.
Exclusive: Wole Soyinka on insurgency, banditry and kidnapping in Nigeria
In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, discussed the country’s convoluted political structure, social upheavals, and menace of banditry, criminality, and the absence of governance at the centre.
Exclusive: Wole Soyinka on Nigeria's restructuring, regional autonomy, and President Buhari
In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, discussed the country’s convoluted political structure, Nigeria's restructuring, regional autonomy, and President Muhammadu Buhari's quietness and what looks like the absence of governance at the centre.
Why Nigerians must say no to open grazing, and yes to ranching II Have Your Say
Going by recent incidents in several Nigerian states, it is clear that so long as herds of cattle are free to roam the country and destroy farmlands, it is only a question of time before the bubble would burst. Therefore, and as a matter of urgency, ranching must be embraced as the immediate and long-term solution to the farmers-herders conflicts, and all Nigerian governors must agree on ranching as the way forward as is being done in places such as the Netherlands, a country slightly larger in size than Benue State but which is the food basket of Europe and the second-largest exporter of food in the world. So what is Nigeria’s excuse? At The Guardian, we say it is time to embrace ranching and put an end, once and for all, to open cattle grazing across Nigeria🇳🇬. What about you? Let’s have your opinion in the comments section.