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Apply Now – Kingspay Private Household Staffing Agency Launches In Nigeria, New Vacancies Available!

Apply Now – Kingspay Private Household Staffing Agency Launches In Nigeria, New Vacancies Available!

Kingspay Household Services is an Exclusive Staffing agency, with over 10 years of experience in matching verified & trained staff with exact client needs – across the globe. Read More

Don’t Limit Yourself Anymore – Find Free Learning and Empowerment Platforms At Just A Click!

Don’t Limit Yourself Anymore – Find Free Learning and Empowerment Platforms At Just A Click!

With online courses, anyone from any part of the world can gain knowledge in any field of interest for free or almost. All you need is a computer; laptop, tablet or Smartphone – internet connection, commitment and a self-made schedule. You can even get a certificate on completing the course. Read More

Female Undergraduate in Nigeria – Sandra Musujusu, Develops Potential Alternative Treatment for Breast Cancer

Female Undergraduate in Nigeria – Sandra Musujusu, Develops Potential Alternative Treatment for Breast Cancer

A female student of the African University of Science and Technology, Abuja, Sandra Musujusu, has developed an alternative treatment for breast cancer. The scientific breakthrough might lead to a lasting solution in the treatment of breast cancer prevalent among women world over. Read More

Before You Sign Up: The A-Z About Start-up Acceleration and Incubation Hubs in Nigeria

Before You Sign Up: The A-Z About Start-up Acceleration and Incubation Hubs in Nigeria

Funding Initiatives! Incubation hubs! Acceleration programs! Whichever float your boat always come with extremely compelling offers. The promised benefits are often irresistible Read More

Breast Cancer and Sugar Consumption: The Real Truth Everyone Needs to Know

Breast Cancer and Sugar Consumption: The Real Truth Everyone Needs to Know

Breast cancer is the leading cause of death of women between the ages of 15-34. With early detection, survival rates are high, with 80% – 90% of survivors living for at least five years and more. Read More

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