Reversing brain drain in Africa:Co-creation Hub set to launch a new initiative called the CcHUB Diaspora Challenge

Africa has one of the largest and progressive diaspora communities in the UK. Engaging this cerebral community is critical to Africa’s development.
This May, Co-creation Hub (CcHUB ) will be launching a bold new initiative called the CcHUB Diaspora Challenge, aimed at reversing brain drain for the good of Africa.

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Nigerian Teen,Jude Okonkwo Gains Admission Into All 8 Ivy League schools

Another young Nigerian,Jude Okonkwo,has been accepted into all 8 Ivy League schools.Jude Okonkwo who is the son of Nigerian immigrants,was a student at Chaminade High School where he serv as the President of the school’s newspaper and plays the piano and clarinet.

“It’s a tremendous honor to gain acceptance to all eight Ivy League schools. It’s something I never could have imagined. Tragedies occur in everyday life, and I want to be someone who can help a person and their family heal in their times of need,” he said.

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Anita Brows, Harvella Styles & Alaine Celine Cover the New Edition Of “The Celebrity Shoot” Magazine

Anita Brows, Harvella Styles & Alaine Celine Cover the New Edition Of “The Celebrity Shoot” Magazine

A new edition of The Celebrity Shoot Magazine by Fashion designer and Stylist Abbyke Domina is out!

This time makeup artist Anita Brows, Fashion stylist Harvella Styles and Fashion designer Alaine Celine are on the cover of the magazine as it celebrates the women for succeeding in their various fields.

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Fastest Growing Private Businesses in Africa:Channels Television, Arik Air & 56 other Nigerian Companies Listed among London Stock Exchange Group’s

58 Nigerian companies have been listed by London Stock Exchange Group among the fastest growing private businesses in Africa.The report which was published on the LSEG website – www.lseg.com identified 343 companies in 42 African countries.

According to the report, the 58 companies demonstrated the success of Nigeria’s efforts to diversify its economy.

The report which described: “Industry as the biggest sector to be represented in Nigeria, with 17 companies featuring on the list.”

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