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Nigeria: EFCC-CYIAC Opens Nationwide Creative Challenge to Promote Sustainable Development Goals

Nigeria: EFCC-CYIAC Opens Nationwide Creative Challenge to Promote Sustainable Development Goals

  By Joseph Edegbo Kaduna (Nigeria) — The Creative Youth Initiative Against Corruption (CYIAC) in collaboration with Economics and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has begun a nationwide registration for the Creative contest to promote global goals. The 2018 creative contest which has as its theme “IMAGINE A WORLD FREE FROM CORRUPTION” is to promote creativity, develop talent and […]

Group Embarks On Cultural Preservation Campaign In Nigeria

By Amos Tauna A Non-Governmental Organisation, Cultural Educative Innovation, has attributed the gradual collapsed of cultural values among Nigerians as responsible of the incessant crises affecting the corporate existence of the country. The NGO noted that lack of respect for elders and the general disrespect for one another was as a result of the non […]

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Nigeria Should Adopt Pidgin English As Indigenous Language – Nda-Isaiah

By Longtong Ibrahim The Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian Leadership Newspaper, Sam Nda-Isaiah, has stressed the need for the adoption of Pidgin English otherwise known as broken English as one of Nigeria’s indigenous language, saying, the country has over 30 Million native speakers and approximately 100 million in West Africa. Nda-Isaiah made this known on […]

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Economy Diversification: Nigeria To Revive Durbar Festival

  By Longtong Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) – Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has disclosed that the present Administration of President Mohammadu Buhari will deepen its commitment to revive the Durbar Festival in its quest to diversify the economy and boost revenue generation through the cultural sector. The Minister disclosed this recently when […]

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France Returns Nigeria’s Illegally Acquired Artefact

Abuja (Nigeria) — France has returned a Nok Terracotta that was repatriated after it was intercepted in France while in transit from Togo to the United States in 2008. French Ambassador to Nigeria Denys Gauer officially presented the artifact, a Terracotta figurative sculpture, to the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, at a ceremony to mark […]

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Ignorance Hinders Efforts To Maintain Cultural Landscape

By Annang Bako Kaduna (Nigeria) — The Curator of Arewa House in northern Nigeria, Usman Suleiman says lack of awareness on the need to preserve a valuable part of history has hindered efforts to maintain cultural landscape. Suleiman was speaking at an occasion to mark the International Museums Day in Kaduna. He said cultural landscape […]

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President Buhari’s Speech At The Opening Of National Summit On Culture And Tourism Held At Transcorp Hilton Abuja.

ADDRESS BY HIS EXCELLENCY, MUHAMADU BUHARI, GCFR, PRESIDENT, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, AT OPENING OF THE NATIONAL SUMMIT ON CULTURE AND TOURISM HELD AT THE CONGRESS HALL, TRANSCORP HILTON, ABUJA, ON THE 28TH APRIL 2016 PROTOCOL, It is my pleasure to be here today on this auspicious occasion of the National Summit on Culture and […]

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Nigeria To Diversify Economy Through Culture And Tourism

  By Longtong Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) – Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has reiterated the Federal Government commitment in working hard to bring the culture and tourism sectors into the mainstream of the nation’s economy. The Minister also said, the sectors are among those that have been identified as key to the […]

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