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Which TV series is good for personality development?

We’re all children in the eyes of the creator and once a year on children’s day (at the very least), its ok to take a break and treat yourself like a child. So therefore,in celebrating the weekend of children’s day 2018, I bought myself an expensive lollipop (mango flavor). I haven’t had “loli” in a

Diligence

Diligence is one of the seven heavenly virtues. Diligent behaviour is indicative of a work ethic; a belief that work is good in itself. The dictionary defines diligence as determination and careful effort. An example of diligence is a person or organization, that does a job efficiently and takes care of little details. Sometime this year (2018), I came upon a

What Is Your Attitude Towards Your Work?

Your life today is the result of your attitudes and choices in the past. Your life tomorrow will be the result of your attitudes and choices today! There is a story of an elderly carpenter who had been working for a contractor for many many years. He had built many beautiful houses but now as

Lagos Pays N892m Accrued Pension Rights

The Lagos State Government says it has paid N892m into the Retirement Savings Accounts of 156 retirees for the 50th batch under the Contributory Pension Scheme. According to a statement obtained from the Lagos State Pension Commission on Sunday, the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, said during the retirement bond presentation that pensioners were a

CIIN Promotes Insurance Awareness With Fitness Walk

The Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria has expressed commitment to promoting insurance awareness in the country. The President of the institute, Mrs. Funmi Babington-Ashaye, said this during the CIIN’s annual fitness walk in Lagos on Saturday. The Chairman, Continental Reinsurance Plc, Chief Ajibola Ogunshola, was the chairman of the event which was well attended by

Nigerian, African Insurers To Create Capacity For Critical Risks

Nigerian insurers and other African counterparts are planning to build a pool to underwrite catastrophic risks on the continent. This was disclosed during the 45th annual general meeting of the African Insurers Organisation in Accra, Ghana. In the report presented to the members on the creation of the African pool for catastrophe, the AIO stated