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CodewitÂ Best Article Award Winners The Best Article is chosen by the members of the Codewit editorial Review Board after receiving nominations from the Codewit members and Internet visitors. January 2009 (one winner) (Best Articles for 2009) Article Name: Obama Redefines the Politics of the 21st Century: Lessons for African Politicians“ Author: Ugwu Hilary Ikechukwu. […]
Studies have suggested that in the twenty-first century there may be more Christians in Africa than in any other continent (Barrett 1970). Already there are more Anglicans in church every Sunday in Nigeria than in all of England, the U.S.A. and Canada combined.
The Edo-speaking people of West Africa, especially in Southern Nigeria, have lived where they are now, for THOUSANDS OF YEARS. The beginning of Edo history is lost in antiquity-in a mythical timeframe work. Edo history did not begin from the 7th century A.D. People have moved in and out.
Abuja City -In a development that is aimed at saving the seemingly declining confidence of the investing public, the management of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, on Monday,
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In my opinion the George W. Bush Administration has committed a Crime (Major fraud against the US). See the summary and explanations below after excel numbers.
Glue sticks and sharp knives power this scam. Forget high-tech hacking. One new credit card scam relies more on X-Acto knives and glue sticks than wi-fi and laptops, but helps criminals steal your money just the same.