Business Angle with Suanu:Bans, Regulations, Business and Politics


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You know the “P” in P.E.S.T.E.L stands for Politics, right? Well, I never understood the importance from business school, but I did in watching CEOs before us get burnt by it. No one really explained to us in detail how bloody the red oceans of business are, till we start […]

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How much do people Earn?


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Do you ever wonder how much people earn monthly or on a daily? The naira value has degenerated to almost 530 Naira per dollar, and I wonder how people survive on a minimum wage of about 30,000 Naira. How they make ends meet. Even corp members get 33,000 Naira monthly […]

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Dr. Faith Egharevba speaks on Photophobia


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Dr. Faith Egharevba who is an optometrist had a chat with Samuel O. Onungwe, the publisher of adaaji.com recently and discusses the medical condition which has to do with the eye’s sensitivity to light. That condition is medically referred to as Photophobia and usually, it is a condition in which […]

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Don’t Argue with a Fool


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The donkey told the tiger, “The grass is blue.” The tiger replied, “No, the grass is green .”The discussion became heated, and the two decided to submit the issue to arbitration, so they approached the lion. As they approached the lion on his throne, the donkey started screaming: ′′Your Highness, isn’t it true […]

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Okpabi-Ogale vs Shell: Be Transparent, Ogaleans tell Leigh Day


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By Samuel Onungwe At a time there seems to be profound peace and tranquility at Ogale, a faction loyal to His Royal Highness Ɛmԑrԑ Amb. Appolus Chu had on 8th September 2021 approached the Leigh Day Priory House, at 25 St. John’s Lane London, which is the legal team handling […]

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Margy Speaks on Vitiligo


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By Margaret Wonah Although, June 25, a day set aside to create awareness on a condition called VITILIGO has come and gone yet, another is coming. However, it is wise to keep reminding ourselves about Vitiligo. Today, a medical personnel, Margaret Wonah, writes on Vitiligo. She says: Vitiligo occurs when […]

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2021 PIA: Host Communities Component and the Frontier Basin


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The presidential assent to the petroleum industry bill has ushered in the Petroleum Industry Act 2021 (PIA). It becomes a compass to navigate through the oil and gas sector of the country. This document which had suffered several years of setbacks is expected to make the industry more attractive, accessible, […]

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Learn to work out your own Salvation


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Samuel O. Onungwe I had a chat with a friend, and he was jobless for years now. He knows that his brother was an authority in his firm but his brother told him that such a place was not a good place for him.It is true that every organization has […]

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Business and Stakeholder Engagement should be Fun


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By N. Suanu In Jamaica, at one of their beaches, they give one fresh wrap of marijuana in exchange for a full bucket of trash. And that’s how they keep a clean beach. Some people are known to feel guilty for spending so much of their own hard earned money […]

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Biography of Deaconess C. C. Okpabi


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1950 -2021, 71 years of glorious service Birth Deaconess Cylinah Chua Okpabi (Nee Olaka) known as Chua-Kwe was born into the Adventist family of Elder Walter Dee Olaka and Deaconess Rhoda Osila-Gomba Dee Olaka (Nee Gomba Chu), both of blessed memory, in Ogale, Nchia in Eleme LGA, Rivers State, Nigeria […]

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As 12.5 Kg Cooking Gas (LPG) Rises to N6, 250 Today Expert Proffers Solutions


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By Samuel Onungwe Having given reasons for the hike in Liquefied Petroleum Gas, LPG price in Nigeria popularly known as cooking gas, Engr. Emeka Uchendu, proffers achievable solutions to the problems in order to make the product available and affordable, and save the lives of trees and forests which are […]

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Is Eleme Ogoni?


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By Dimkpa Alale I recently studied the book The Ogoni of Eastern Niger Delta published in 2020 and written by Sonpie Kpone-Tonwe, a renowned clergyman and retired university teacher from the History and Diplomatic Studies Department, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. I have carefully presented my observations in this article. […]

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Task Your Intellect; Develop the Society Tells the Youth – Elder Jerry Olaka


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A human capacity developer and an elder statesman, Elder Jerry Dee Olaka has called on the youth to take up profitable ventures rather than squandering their time on debating the relationship between Eleme and Ogoni which is well established. This was a response to series of arguments trending on social […]

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Cooking Gas Price: May Go Higher If? Uchendu Warns


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An oil and gas expert Engr. Emeka Uchendu has given reasons for the current hike in the price of liquefied petroleum gas, LPG which serves as domestic cooking gas. He explained that Nigeria currently imports a higher percentage of its LPG even though the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas company produces […]

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#WikeProjectChallenge:Woji-Aleto-Alesa Road


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Kilometer 6+500, Section 3A of the East-West road is the gateway into Port Harcourt city from the Rivers South East and parts of Rivers East senatorial districts. This Eleme section of the East-West road provides the main access to Nigeria’s garden city and the oil and gas headquarters from those parts […]

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Deaconess C. C. Okpabi


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Samuel O. Onungwe If a friend in need is indeed a friend then, I have lost my mother’s best friend. And since blood is denser or rather viscous than water then, I have also, lost my father’s sister. In all, love is fonder than blood therefore, my church has lost […]

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